Saturday, May 25, 2013

June 5/Web: Food Safety Data Documentation Requirements

Most food companies are ill prepared for an FDA or USDA FSIS post incident plant inspection - or in compliance with Food Safety Modernization Act regulatory requirements. For attorneys trying to wade through reams of food quality, specification, production performance, and food safety data; it is a journey into a “Data Black Hole.”
This webinar is designed to delineate the food safety and quality data that food companies currently collect, and help you sort out the important from the unimportant data – as well as construct investigative pathways through a company’s data mine field. Specifically, attendees will learn how to:
  • Develop a data collection strategy
  • Understand governmental regulatory data requirements
  • discern clean from contaminated data
  • Identify vital missing data
  • Create a data flow diagram
  • Sort out vagrant misinformation
  • Develop a plaintiff or defendant questioning strategy to validate the case theory or disprove errant theories

Food Safety Data Documentation Requirements
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
14:00 Eastern
Dr. Darrel Suderman, President of Food Technical Consulting, has worked for food manufacturing and leading restaurant chains for over 20 years.
For the last seven years, Dr. Suderman has served as an expert witness/consultant for both plaintiff and defense attorneys throughout the United States. Dr. Suderman received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in agricultural education and his Ph.D. in Food Science from Kansas State University. He holds two U.S. patents, co-authored a food processing book, and has written over 40 peer-reviewed and trade magazine articles and white papers. He has worked in Research & Development, Quality Assurance, and Food Safety for many of the leading restaurant chains, including KFC, Boston Market, Church’s Chicken, Quiznos, Captain D’s, Chick-fil-A, and Wendy’s International.
The TASA Group, Inc.
Typically, TASA does not apply for credit, but the presenters and content appear to satisfy CLE requirements in a number of jurisdictions in which participants may self-apply for credit.
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