Have you noticed an increase in rodent issues lately? It’s not your imagination. Rodent populations were on the rise before the pandemic hit – and COVID-19 shutdowns have only exacerbated the problem. What is a business to do? Experts in pest control have an eye-opening conversation about rodents and fast-advancing rodent control technologies.
This webinar discusses the ISO 17025 standard and describe how a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) can support quality management and lab operations including resources, sample plans, equipment calibrations, reporting and non-conformances.
The U.S. food industry is struggling to deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the meat and poultry sector have been at the forefront of this issue. Using CDC and WHO Guidance, this webinar will provide practical tips on best practices to mitigate workplace exposure based on what is currently known about the COVID-19 virus. This webinar originally occurred on May 27; during the event on July 14, Trish Wester will review aspects discussed during the first event, along with critical industry updates that have occurred over the past month.
While no two facilities are exactly alike, what they have in common are the main ingredients for a potential pest problem: food, water and shelter. Board certified entomologist and Orkin Technical Services Manager Frank Meek discusses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) tactics for each of your facility’s pest hot spots.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the role of pest management is more important than ever in retail/restaurant settings as well as in food production facilities. During this virtual conference, subject matter experts in IPM and sanitation will discuss how advances in technology can help your company work smarter while protecting your facility from potential damage and the spread of pathogens caused by pests, both of which can significantly compromise food safety.
The U.S. food industry is struggling to deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the meat and poultry sector have been at the forefront of this issue. Using CDC and WHO Guidance, this webinar will provide practical tips on best practices to mitigate workplace exposure based on what is currently known about the COVID-19 virus. The use of “social distancing” as the primary mode of mitigation has proven to be particularly difficult to implement in a food production setting but there are steps that can be taken. Other areas to be discussed include updated cleaning and sanitation practices, and measures to ensure your facility is better prepared for the duration of this pandemic.
This webinar will present a time saving, paperless, and cost-effective solution to manage an environmental monitoring program guided by ISO 22000. Attendees will learn how to identify critical control points for the testing process in food production laboratories and how implementing a LIMS can address food safety and quality industry trends and challenges.
The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected consumers and businesses across the globe. As the virus is now spreading throughout American soil, the food industry is faced with mitigating the risk and minimizing the impact on business while ensuring that employees and consumers are protected. In the third webinar in this series, subject experts will discuss how to prepare for supply chain issues and disruptions.
Supply chains are complex, food safety regulations are strict, and the consequences of supplier noncompliance can be far-reaching. Your relationship with your suppliers and your ability to manage and act on supplier data has become increasingly important. This webinar will discuss the best practices for document control, streamlining continuous improvement processes, quality management around food safety, and the impact of Intelex in helping organizations manage supplier risk and compliance.
In this webinar, we will discuss approaches to applying these technologies in food manufacturing plants particularly with a perspective on current technology for improving pest management and sanitation.