Food Safety Traceability Systems: Identifying, Locating and Knowing the Condition of Food in the Supply Chain

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Date Jul 3, 2014
Time 05:00 AM EDT
Cost $229.00
This 90-minute webinar on food safety traceability systems will explore new and cost-effective technologies that enable you to identify, locate and know the condition of food at all stages of shipment and handling.

Course Objective:
With the government moving to electronic food traceability requirements, the pressure will be on to comply at all levels in the food supply chain. If you hold, transport or move food by truck, rail, air or on your back, you are now liable for the condition of the shipment before you accepted the load.
With the government at a complete loss and incapable of identifying and requiring an approach to food traceability, hundreds of approaches are currently under development by private enterprise.

Course Outline:
  • RFID, Barcode and Electronic Systems.
  • International Traceability.
  • Identification, Location and Condition Tracking (ILC).
  • Tracking of bins and containers.
  • Satellite and Cell Tracking.
  • Simple Tagging (slap and ship) as a low risk alternative vs RFID at the high cost end.
  • On-line hosted systems vs "own your own".
  • Item vs case and pallet levels of identification.   GS1 and other high cost factors.
  • ISO 22005 - International Standard for Food Traceability.
  • The future of cell phone technology.
  • World-View Software systems that show the status of moving food.
Target Audience:
  • Freight forwarders, trucking companies, air freight carriers, truck drivers, cold chain specialists and any and all food handling  and transporting operators - from the farm to the retail outlet.
  • Responders to recalls and terrorist food contamination
  • Systems Consultants
  • Food Safety Inspectors and Consultants
  • Food Safety Compliance Body Personnel
  • Anyone faced with having to choose and select a food traceabilty system - including farmers, food safety specialists, distribution centers, retail and restaurant outlets and food transporters.
  • Governmental professionals concerned and involved with food traceability issues and systems should attend in order to learn more about pending technologies and approaches.
 Speaker Profile : John Ryan,
Dr. John Ryan was the Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture's Quality Assurance Division and a co-chair of the newly formed FDA/CDC food protection information technology team. He has spent over 25 years implementing high technology quality control systems for international corporations and is currently implementing Hawaii’s RFID traceability and State Food Safety Certification system.

Price Tags : 

$ 229.00 Single Attendee
$ 799.00 Group – Max 10 Attendees per location
$ 259.00 Access Recorded Version online
$ 399.00 Buy Training CD-DVD

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