Why Businesses Should RSVP To Our Food Safety Webinar

09/11/2021by admin0Read: 3 minutes

All businesses that work in the food industry would be aware that maintaining the safety and integrity of their food products is an ongoing, challenging process. Not only do companies need to develop clear, compliant processes for guaranteeing their own operational practices uphold their food safety across the entire food supply chain, they also need to ensure that their trading partners uphold the same compliant food safety practices. A single incident of food contamination across the food supply chain can put the safety of all food products at risk and lead to a food product recall, which can detrimentally impact organisations in numerous ways. We are aware that all businesses that work with food are particularly mindful of preventing food product recalls, so to help businesses develop effective food safety strategies, in November we will be hosting a free webinar on this important topic.

By preventing food recalls you are protecting your business

The webinar is titled Preventing Food Recalls, Protecting Your Business, and it will be held on Wednesday, the 24th of November, at 11am Melbourne time. The key speakers at the webinar will be Sabina and Renita, Anitech’s food safety specialists. It will run for forty minutes, which will comprise of a thirty-minute introductory overview into this topic, which will be followed be a ten-minute question and answer session, where attendees will have the opportunity to ask our key speakers questions related to this topic.

Some of the benefits of attending our food safety webinar include:

  • Hearing case study examples of how this issue impacts businesses: Sabina and Renita will discuss case study examples, that have been in the news, of businesses that have had to undergo a food product recall. They will discuss the events that led to the food recall, how it impacted the operations, and what steps the organisation had to take to mitigate the damage. Through this discussion of case study examples, attendees will have a clearer picture of how food supply chains can be contaminated, and what steps need to be taken to prevent this from happening.
  • Learning about what businesses should be doing to prevent food product recalls: The speakers will be discussing how developing compliant food safety practices across the entire food supply chain significantly minimises the chances of having to undergo a food product recall. For example, through food safety certification to the ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System businesses can utilise the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points Principles to develop compliant, effective practices for upholding the integrity of their food from farm to fork.
  • Gaining useful insight into specific strategies to prevent food recalls: Our food safety specialists will discuss easy to implement, effective strategies for preventing food recalls, such as how companies can develop the most effective storage and handling practices, routine cleaning of manufacturing equipment, preventing food from being exposed to foreign matter, and so on.
  • Gaining insight into what you can be doing to protect your business from food contamination risks: Our key speakers will discuss compliance strategies that companies should be implementing to significantly minimise the risks of having to undergo a food recall, and upholding the integrity of their operations in the process.

RSVP today to secure your spot at our food safety webinar

While attendance is free, spots are limited so please RSVP here at your earliest convenience to secure your place. Doing so is working towards taking the necessary steps for preventing food recalls, protecting your business, and demonstrating a commitment to safe, compliant food practices across your entire food supply chain.

However, if you are eager to get a head start on this process you can do so by contacting our food safety specialists today by filling out this simple online contact us form, or by calling them on 1300 802 163. It is a simple process, all you need to do is discuss with them some of the food safety challenges and risks your operations is experiencing, and they can then explain to you how a food safety program can help your organisation develop a compliant Food Safety Management System which helps maintain the integrity of your food products across the entire food supply chain. Wouldn’t you agree that is something worth hearing more about?

Please click here to read more about how food safety certification prevents food recalls.


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