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We host Sanitation Essentials Training and Hygienic Design Training sessions at Intralox global training facilities, where we have hands-on workshop area’s available to bring all learnings into practice right away.

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Process Expo 2017 – Education Program

September 19 - September 22

Process Expo

Produced by FPSA, PROCESS EXPO features one of the food and beverage processing industry’s most innovative education programs with sessions throughout the four day event focusing on a wide range of critical topics affecting all industry sectors.

As part of the PROCESS EXPO University program, Food Safety Specialist Anthony Saitta will lead the audience through a session on “Technology Developments that Impact your Environmental Monitoring Program”. PROCESS EXPO University covers important topics such as food safety and the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), alternative methods of production and automation as well as food processing and packaging topics specific to each of the major industry segments.

 

Register now free of charge, using the Intralox company code. Then make sure to  sign up for Anthony’s and other courses in the University program. Come by the Intralox booth #221, to discuss food safety challenges with Anthony while you are there.

 

 

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Technology Developments that Impact your Environmental Monitoring Program
Speaker: Anthony Saitta, Commercial Food Sanitation

 

Thursday September 21
2:00 pm
Theater 2

 

The key to developing a robust environmental monitoring (EM) program is knowing your product and any micro-risks associated with it. The objective of an EM program is to seek and eliminate harborage sites. Don’t be afraid to find pathogens; you should be looking for them! Make a habit of trending positives over long periods of time, as it will help you in discovering and solving the source of your sporadic finds. How does new technology such as whole genome sequencing (WGS) impact food processors? And how can you always be prepared for an FDA visit without having to worry about their “swabathons”?

Venue

McCormick Place
Chicago, IL United States + Google Map
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