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QA Virtual Conference on Food Safety Set for Dec. 2

The free virtual event will cover how the pandemic and other recent events have changed food safety and food safety communications.

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November 24, 2021

VALLEY VIEW, Ohio — Quality Assurance & Food Safety magazine's "QA Food Safety Virtual Conference: For today's food safety challenges, back to normal isn't good enough" Dec. 2 will cover how the pandemic and other recent events have changed food safety and food safety communications.

Sponsored by Emport LLC and Nestle Quality Assurance Center Dublin, the conference, which takes place 11 a.m.-4 p.m., will feature presentations on how employee hygiene, managing during a crisis, data collection and digitization and communicating with consumers has changed.

Featured Speakers:

Yves Rey
Independent Senior Adviser and Former Danone Corporate General Manager and GFSI Chairman
Data Digitization And Sharing
The pandemic showed us why having data that lives digitally can be an advantage. This session from Rey, a consultant to food companies such as Danone, will cover how and why this can be an advantage, advice on how to do it and why the entire industry can benefit and be safer by sharing certain data.

Neil Marshall
Managing Director
Guv Consulting International LLC
Managing During A Crisis
This session from Neil Marshall, the former Coca-Cola global director of quality and food safety and current managing partner of Guv Consulting International, will cover how managing a crisis during the pandemic has changed, what the pandemic has taught us about managing a crisis and how companies can respond to cyber-security crises, since that’s so top of mind for many at the moment.

Bruce Ferree
Industry Consultant
Getting Better With Employee Hygiene

In this session, Ferree, an independent trainer/consultant with Eurofins Laboratories, covers what the pandemic taught us about the importance of hygiene. How has it given us a reason to refocus on employee hygiene? What have we learned that can push us forward? How can you get better?

Dr. Darin Detwiler
Assistant Dean
Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies

Communicating With Consumers
Whether it’s on social or regular media, how food companies communicate with consumers needs to be nuanced, especially as direct-to-consumer and delivery have increased. This session from Dr. Darin Detwiler, author, food safety advocate and professor of food policy at Northeastern University, will look at how the art and tools of communicating food safety issues with consumers has changed. How can you do it right? How can you do it wrong?

Check the full schedule for more. Register for free today!