Webinars

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Course Creation 101: How to Create Effective & Efficient Training Courses
Suzanne Pittman, Instructional Design Manager, Intertek Alchemy
William Schexnayder, Curriculum Manager, Intertek Alchemy
Overwhelmed? Front line employees bored? Training course creation doesn’t have to be stressful. Register now for this complimentary webinar, where our experts will help you understand how to organize your course creation process and impress your employees.
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Training Beyond the Classroom: Keys to Culture & Retention
Christopher Jones, Sr. Learning Systems Analyst, Conagra Brands
Kassi Woods, Trust & Safety Trainer, LinkedIn
Laura Dunn Nelson, VP Food Safety & Global Alliances, Intertek Alchemy
Join our complimentary webinar where industry experts will challenge you to create a culture where employees are inspired to learn by thinking and applying learned behaviors outside the classroom.
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No Room for Error: Reviewing Common Areas for Improvement in Environmental Monitoring
Dr. John Butts, Founder and Principal, Food Safety By Design
Jeff Chilton, VP of Consulting, Intertek Alchemy
Laura Dunn Nelson, VP of Food Safety and Global Alliances, Intertek Alchemy
The recent discovery of 5 new Listeria species was a reminder there’s no such thing as letting down your guard against pathogens. Yet EMPs often stay static, which in time can lead to gaps. This webinar will pinpoint common areas for improvements in EMPs.
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How to Simplify & Optimize On-the-Job Training for Frontline Workers
Dante Dominick, Senior Industry Analyst, Intertek Alchemy
Research shows manufacturers believe on-the-job training (OJT) to be the best way for an employee to learn. While at the same time, nearly 40% lack confidence one employee can train another correctly.
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Build a Mature Food Safety Culture that Meets GFSI Audit Standards (UK)
Laura Dunn Nelson, Vice Chair, IAFP Food Safety Culture PDG; BSI PAS 320 Food Safety Culture Steering Committee; VP of Food Safety & Global Alliances, Intertek Alchemy
Nic Sharman, MSc FIFST RFoodSM Director, Nic Sharman Consultancy
Now that GFSI certification program owners (BRCGS, SQF, IFS, etc.) will be including food safety culture as a part of their audits, most food manufacturing companies are asking: How will that be measured? How mature is our food safety culture? How can we pass the audit requirements?
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Build a Mature Food Safety Culture that Meets GFSI Audit Standards
Laura Dunn Nelson, VP Food Safety, Intertek Alchemy
Jeff Chilton, VP of Consulting, Intertek Alchemy
Hear from the defining experts on Food Safety Culture to learn how to meet GFSI new culture audit requirements. Learn how to assess, evaluate, and measure Food Safety Culture, and get practical steps to advance culture “maturity” levels in your facility.
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How Your Program Compares: Insights from the New Global Food Safety Training Survey
Laura Dunn Nelson, VP of Food Safety and Global Alliances, Intertek Alchemy
Bertrand Emond, Head of Membership and Training, Campden BRI
The Global Food Safety Training Survey is the most comprehensive research available on food safety training practices. Benchmark your program by attending this webinar, and learn how to address gaps.
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The FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule: Keys to Achieving Compliance
Dr. Jennifer van de Ligt, Director of the Food Protection and Defense Institute, University of Minnesota
Jeff Chilton, VP of Consulting, Intertek Alchemy
FSMA has released new regulation requirements that must be implemented into your Food Defense Plan. Join us to learn what these requirements are and how to create an audit-ready plan.
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Supply Chain Traceability: Essential Tips and Tools for Ensuring Transparency
Robert J. Whitaker, Ph.D., Chief Science and Technology Officer – Produce Marketing Association
Bill D. Potter, Ph. D., Senior Food Safety & Quality Consultant
In order to stay ahead of the game, traceability throughout your supply chain is key. Join us to learn how you can take advantage of traceability and prevent production halting incidences.