Food and beverage

Webinar: Root cause and corrective actions for food safety

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Our Global Food & Beverage Project Manager, Gwenda Jarrett, will be hosting a webinar on Wednesday 27th May aimed at illustrating how a good root cause analysis can support an organization.

Join our live webinar on Wednesday 27th May to hear from Gwenda Jarrett, Global Food & Beverage Project Manager, who will highlight the expectation for correction, corrective actions and how good root cause analysis can support an organization.

When issues are identified during an audit, the organization is tasked to make corrections, to address the issues, but also to identify the cause, to prevent their recurrence.

Identifying the correct root cause is a key activity for any modern business or organization and a requirement for all certification standards in order to definitively correct the cause and not just the symptom. This is the objective of continuous improvement.

Key topics covered are:

  • Expectations of root cause analysis in relation to food safety management;
  • Sharing some of the techniques available;
  • What and how to demonstrate the effectiveness of the analysis.

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Where:

Online Webinar

When:

27 May 2020, 15:00 - 16:00

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Complimentary Webinar

Join our live webinar on Wednesday 27th May to hear from Gwenda Jarrett, Global Food & Beverage Project Manager, who will highlight the expectation for correction, corrective actions and how good root cause analysis can support an organization.

When issues are identified during an audit, the organization is tasked to make corrections, to address the issues, but also to identify the cause, to prevent their recurrence.

Identifying the correct root cause is a key activity for any modern business or organization and a requirement for all certification standards in order to definitively correct the cause and not just the symptom. This is the objective of continuous improvement.

Key topics covered are:

  • Expectations of root cause analysis in relation to food safety management;
  • Sharing some of the techniques available;
  • What and how to demonstrate the effectiveness of the analysis.

Register for the webinar here