Emerging Issues in Food Safety-Locally, Nationally, Globally
Instructor : Michael Brodsky
Feb 01, 2018 3:00 PM ET | 02:00 PM CT | 12:00 PM PT | 60 Minutes
In today’s world, with an ever-growing population, ever more people are at risk. Food-borne pathogens are constantly changing and evolving, and we need to stay a step ahead, so we can beat them and ensure that the food we eat is safe. Learn about the food safety issues in today’s world and how to mitigate them, by attending this webinar.
During this 60 minutes long webinar, our expert speaker Mr. Michael Brodsky will walk you through the subject of emerging issues in food safety, delivering useful information which will help you understand recent changes, and deal with challenges to ensure safety. The session will start with a discussion of how ‘food safety’ is defined, and then it will move on to discuss the problem and its solution – which are the focus of this webinar. You will also gain some in-depth knowledge of complex concepts, and updates about new technology.
Topics discussed during the session will include:
- The changing nature of pathogens carried through food
- The risks and realities of food safety in today’s world, statistical reliability
- New analytical technologies that can assist you
- The importance of geography and demographics on the changing landscape, impacting factors in food safety
- The responsibilities of stakeholders along the food chain in identifying and eliminating food-borne diseases, contamination of food, how to mitigate the risks involved in food safety, and many more.
- Learn the definition of ‘food safety’
- Go through the risks and realities of food safety today
- Learn about statistical reliability
- Learn about new and emerging analytical technologies
- Find out about the variety of impacting factors involved
- Learn about the changing landscape in food safety
- Find out how to mitigate the risks involved in food safety
Who Will Benefit:
- Quality Professionals
- Food Safety Professionasl
- Food Plant Director
- Safety Director
- Manufacture Unit