What: FREE Webinar
When: June 22, 201 at 2:00 PM ET
Engineering for Food Safety: Navigating the complexities of design for food safety, flexibility and efficiency
As a result of the introduction of FSMA, the design and construction of food production operations has become more challenging. Food safety is the main goal of food production and must be engineered into the design of new and remodeled food factories. In order to comply with regulations, the design must take a holistic approach and look at all aspects of the food supply chain, from the producer in the field, warehousing and transportation to preparation, processing and final distribution. This webinar will discuss an engineering approach to design food safety into your factory using process systems engineering, simulations and data-mining techniques to improve safety and overall operational or supply chain efficiencies.
- Provide an overview of important FSMA guidelines
- Summarize the current challenges faced in the design of food production operations
- Discuss engineering, operational and procedural changes required
- Learn how process systems engineering and statistical techniques can be employed at the operational as well as supply chain level to improve safety and overall efficiency