Role Play: Be FDA for a Day

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Learn how to protect yourself from criminal liability and the technology that can help.

Mary Duseau, chief commercial officer at Roka, will review a self-auditing program that companies can use to essentially play FDA for a day—using technology that identifies hidden risks in a food processing facility.
During the webinar, Mary Duseau, chief commercial officer at Roka, will review a self-auditing program that companies can use to essentially play FDA for a day—using technology that identifies hidden risks in a food processing facility. REGISTER HERE

Food company executives are in a new world of criminal liability as they navigate a different regulatory environment. During a free webinar next month, attendees can learn how to Play FDA for a Day. Roka Bioscience, along with food safety attorney Shawn Stevens, will discuss:

  • How to navigate the regulatory environment
  • Impact of Whole Genome Sequencing
  • Using accurate pathogen detection technology
  • Self-auditing of food facilities to avoid regulatory or criminal exposure

“Ensuring your CEO stays out of prison is a great ROI. Food company executives and managers need to perform additional testing to see what FDA will find, and then correct it, before FDA arrives in their facility.” – Shawn K. Stevens

Shawn K. Stevens, Food Industry Counsel Check out the latest insights from Shawn K. Stevens in his column, Food Safety Attorney

During the 2016 Food Safety Consortium, Shawn Stevens will lead the following panel:

Thursday, 12/8

10:30–11:15 AM

Ask the Experts: Strategies to avoid FDA criminal liability
Round table discussion group lead by Shawn K. Stevens, Global Food Safety Attorney, Food Industry Counsel LLC

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