Food Transporter Sanitation and Traceability Standards: Controls, Record Keeping and Liability

Instructor: John Ryan
Product ID: 702274
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This 90-minute webinar, designed for food industry supply chain players who rely on transportation delivery controls, will cover strategies to provide sanitary, real-time cold chain temperature tracking and traceability at the pallet and container levels.

Why Should You Attend:

With the government moving to electronic food traceability requirements, the pressure will be on to comply at all levels in the food supply chain and the transporter group and those that hire them will find increasing government pressure to assure protection from adulteration. The Sanitary Cold Chain has recently developed standards and procedures designed to lead toward transporter container sanitation and traceability certification as a means of meeting FDA and customer requirements.

This session is designed for any food industry supply chain players who rely on transportation delivery controls. Air Cargo, trucking, rail, freight forwarders and shippers are key players in the transportation of temperature and humidity controlled goods and can benefit financially from offering value-added sensor technology to their service packages. The session will cover strategies to provide sanitary real-time cold chain temperature tracking and traceability at the pallet and container levels. The goal is to help the supply chain avoid liability and identify opportunities for continuous improvement and to describe some of today's technology that is capable of providing a systematic real-time anytime/anywhere approach to knowing the temperature of shipped goods and sanitary condition of the shipping containers.

Areas Covered:

  • Some Definitions.
  • Food Safety Modernization Act (food handling, transportation).
  • Import, local and exporting foods.
  • International food safety and temperature controls.
  • Transporter Standards.
  • The farm to retail supply chain stream.
  • Temperature tracking sensors that communicate via RFID.
  • GPS tracking to provide the "ANYWHERE" data and GSM to communicate ANYTIME.
  • Real-Time cold chain traceability approaches.
  • Return on investment (ROI) issues.
  • Plastic pallets: costs, weight, recycling, cleaning, food safety.
  • Continuous improvement controls.
  • Pallet versus Container tracking.
  • Continuous improvement controls.
  • How the system can be designed to provide anytime/anywhere alerts, trends and status.

Who Will Benefit:

  • Food Processors
  • Food Retailers
  • Restaurant Chains
  • Food Distributors
  • Cold chain food handling companies - air, truck, rail, ship
  • Manufacturers of food shipping containers
  • Responders to recalls and terrorist food contamination
  • Food Safety Inspectors and Consultants
  • Food Safety Compliance Body Personnel
  • Truck, rail, shipping and rail companies that deliver food
  • Governmental professionals concerned and involved with food sanitation and traceability issues and systems approaches.
  • Food safety and quality control professionals interested in food transportation problems

Instructor Profile:

Dr. John Ryan, was the Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture's Quality Assurance Division and a co-chair of the newly formed FDA/CDC food protection information technology team. He is the president of the Sanitary Cold Chain and works to establish sanitation and traceability certification and standards for companies transporting perishable food products. He has spent over 25 years implementing high technology quality control systems for international corporations and is currently implementing Hawaii’s RFID traceability and State Food Safety Certification system. Dr. Ryan specializes in closed-loop quality control systems employing real-time traceability, sensor measurement devices and process controls. He implemented the country's first farm-distribution-retail RFID pilot system tracking produce through the food supply chain.

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