Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

15
Tuesday
August, 2017

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 60 Minutes
Product ID: 700777

Purchase

Controlling Hazards in Spices : Basic Supply Chain Food Safety Control Requirements

With the finalization of the FDA’s FSMA Preventive Control Rules, new FDA outbreak testing technologies and increasingly complex supply chain controls, spices and other low moisture foods are becoming increasing identified as outbreak contributors.

Spices are frequently found to carry salmonella, are full of physical adulterants, are often not identified as allergens, and may be impacted by lead and, when not carefully controlled throughout the supply chain, represent a bacterial growth potential that can end up in processed foods.

Spice handling operations are subject to environmental facility controls, environmental sampling and test, process validation, Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGPM), sanitary transportation rules, as well as packaging, labeling and other controls.

read more
Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

07
Thursday
July, 2016

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 90 Minutes
Product ID: 700384

Purchase

Prepare Your Company to Meet the Final FSMA Subpart G Rule Requirements for the Receiver Liability for Supplier Preventive Controls

The new supply-chain-applied control requirements mean that food and food ingredient buyers must develop a cGMP training system to collect appropriate supplier qualification and certification records as part of their approval of suppliers’ system.

Generally, this data repository should be used to risk-rank suppliers for several reasons. First high risk suppliers (those with inadequate preventive systems) should be educated and motivated to improve their own preventive controls. Second, high risk suppliers are generally those who, in the event of a recall, are primary candidates for investigations. Such systems mean that the supply chain management training controls and data can be used to reduce the time to recall impacted products and to prevent the spread of illness and prevent death.

The system should be used to eliminate low ranking suppliers, materials they use as well as the facilities and training employed to deliver goods.

read more
Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

22
Wednesday
June, 2016

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 60 Minutes
Product ID: 700363

Purchase

Traceability and Recall Through Food Processes

This 60 minute webinar will cover traceability requirements and techniques useful in the event of quality deviation investigations and potential FDA Recalls. 

The webinar will also cover associated information like identification, classification and protocols.

read more
Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

01
Friday
January, 2016

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 60 Minutes
Product ID: 700207

Purchase

Food Import Detections and Seizures: The Current and Future Legal and Regulatory Environment

With $49 billion worth of imported foods, the FDA and its regulatory allies oversee more than 420,000 domestic and foreign facilities. Importers of food products intended for introduction and consumption in the United States through international commerce are responsible for ensuring that the products are safe, sanitary, wholesome, and labeled according to U.S. requirements. Over 70% of all seafood and 35% of all produce consumed in the U.S. are imported. If you think the FDA is unable to effectively control imported food safety, think again. They do not work alone.

read more
Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

19
Thursday
November, 2015

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 75 Minutes
Product ID: 700169

Purchase

Supply Chain Traceability is Going Digital: What Can You do to be Prepared?

RFID, bar code, satellite, Zigbee, cell phones, tablets, packaging, data loggers, the cloud and other traceability alternatives are now available to provide traceability at the item, case, pallet and container levels. Many of these new systems bring with them the ability to collect location (GPS) and condition (temperature, humidity) data and transmit data via the Internet to “the cloud”.   The power of these traceability technologies to provide predictive and preventive analytics is critical to food safety.

New FSMA planning requirements in the food sector require recall planning and recall testing in all sectors of the food supply chain. Recall requires traceability data that tells what food is in the stream, where it is located and recall systems must be able to provide such information in real time. Reducing recall time means reducing illness, the loss of life and damage to the industry’s reputation.

read more
Dr. John Ryan speaker of compliance global

28
Tuesday
July, 2015

Speaker: Dr. John Ryan
Duration: 75 Minutes
Product ID: 700156

Purchase

FSMA Compliance: Build a Hazard Analysis Risk-based Preventive Control (HARPC) System.

There is no time like the present to get your company in gear as you march towards FSMA compliance. Prevention and reduction of food safety risks is the path towards success. For many companies, designing and implementing a great control system is old business, but for many others, there are many new ideas that can get confusing.
With final Food Safety Modernization Act rules about to become enforceable, HARPC practices are on the forefront of the FDA’s strategy for implementing a risk based preventive food safety system.
What is HARPC? How can you get a quick and easy approach to designing and implementing a preventive system? This webinar will give you the tools.

read more
Moving from an Operational Manager to a Strategic Leader

Speaker: Chris DeVany

Time: 01:00 PM EDT | 10:00 AM PDT
Location: New York

Logistics Channel Incoterms Standards

Speaker: Dr. Rossano V. Gerald

Time: 01:00 PM EDT | 10:00 AM PDT
Location: New York

Looking to host a webinar at your organization?

Contact us for Customized solutions
+1.516.900.5506

michael@complianceglobal.us

Learn More

TESTIMONIALS