22 June 2022
13:30 - 14:30
IFST member - Free
Non-IFST member - £25.00Login to register
Organised by IFST Food Safety Group
This webinar will explore the importance of learning from the past to ensure a safer future. We will examine past incidents, focusing on issues discovered through analysis of food samples and how they resulted in new technical understanding - as well as looking into wider issues such as the importance of traceability, supply chain controls and a good food safety culture. We will also consider how events impact food businesses, food safety and consumer trust - and the need to remember things that have never been experienced, taught, or embedded in corporate memory or culture. Participants will be invited to share their experiences and submit questions.
What participants will learn about:
- what businesses need from the start (e.g. HACCP) and relevant controls
- the role, and limitations, of sampling
- high profile cases
- importance of allergens
- what makes a product safe
- what form of confirmation indicates the product is being made safely
- what you can and can’t control
- how to identify what has gone wrong
Target audience: Students and professionals working in laboratories, Quality Assurance, supply chain, technical management, Corporate Social Responsibility, enforcement and/or consumer services (manufacturing, retail, foodservice).
Chair: Peter Littleton, Technical Director, Christeyns Food Hygiene
Peter Littleton is Technical Director for Christeyns Food Hygiene and current Chair of the Food Safety Special Interest Group for the IFST. He has been involved in food safety, hygiene and contaminant control for over 30 years through a variety of roles in the food production, regulatory and latterly hygiene solution support industries.
Speaker: Michael Walker, Honorary Professor at Institute for Global Food Security, Queen's University, Belfast
Speaker: Karin Goodburn MBE, Chilled Food Associates
Speaker: Charlotte Savage, Category Technical Manager, Sainsbury’s
Q&A Session: Peter Littleton, Michael Walker, Karin Goodburn and Charlotte Savage
IFST member - Free
Non-IFST member - £25.00