Food Safety Consortium: Nov. 17-20, 2015
September 29, 2015 - Kestrel Food Safety
Kestrel Management would like to extend a special invitation to attend the 2015 Food Safety Consortium this November 17-20 in Schaumburg, to learn about practical solutions to today’s problems in food safety and quality. Register now.
About the Consortium
More than just FSMA, the Food Safety Consortium is a collection of Food Safety and Quality Assurance (FSQA) conference tracks, workshops and training programs running concurrently, coupled with over-arching plenary sessions paired with a table-top exhibition. The Food Safety Consortium offers attendees the ability to focus their time on a single track or walk freely among the various sessions. The concurrent running tracks are:
- Compliance (FSMA and GFSI)
- Food Manufacturing Operations
- Food Safety Supply Chain Management
- Food Labs
- Food Service & Retail Food Safety
Kestrel will again be co-sponsoring the Consortium, and Kestrel Principal Bill Bremer will be leading the following sessions:
- Ask the Expert: Maintaining GFSI Compliance – November 18
- GFSI Scheme Selection – November 20
- GFSI Certification Body Selection – November 20
Be sure to also stop by Kestrel’s table to talk directly with our food safety and technology experts about your business needs.
Who Should Attend
- FSQA professionals from food service, food retail, food processing, and food supply chain companies
- Food safety service providers and contract laboratories
- Regulatory affairs experts
- Food industry professionals requiring food safety management certification
- Companies considering certification against GFSI-recognized schemes
The 2015 agenda is now available and includes a number of plenary presentations, panel discussions, “ask the expert” discussion groups, and concurrent conferences, workshops and training on the most pressing food safety issues today. Download the complete agenda.
Take advantage of significant discounts for advanced registration now through October 16. Register now!
Submitted by: Bill Bremer