Product Id: 705478
This webinar will help you how to improve the effectiveness of recalls and enhance consumer safety, as well as protecting the company’s reputation.
Product Id: 705448
This webinar will focus on the effective crisis communication strategies. Attendees will learn best practices to protect their organization’s brand in the time of crisis.
Product Id: 705034
This webinar sheds light on the changes in the political, economic and judicial landscape of the food industry. Landmark food industry events over the last two decades highlight the evolution of the challenges and consequences related to ethical dilemmas in the food industry. This webinar covers the elements of food systems, economics of failure, true burden of disease, case studies from industry and regulatory agencies.
Product Id: 705006
This course is designed to bring food industry leaders up to speed with the latest research in states’ food regulatory characteristics. The goal is to enable industry leaders to better understand and navigate through the state-by-state nuances.
Product Id: 704966
This course is designed to bring food industry leaders up to speed with the latest in related policy characteristics. The goal is to enable industry leaders to better understand the food policy landscape.
Document Control to Manage today's Complex Quality Systems - A Quality and Food Safety Systems webinar
Product Id: 701924
Attend this webinar to learn strategies and practical examples for document control to comply with GFSI audits and for legal compliance.
Sergio Ernesto Gutierrez
Product Id: 704904
In this 90 minutes session, attendees will learn the Mexican labeling standard as well as and the new requirements regarding the use of Front of Pack icons and the voluntary nutritional quality seal.
Product Id: 704720
This training session is designed for food safety practitioners who are preparing for implementation of the Preventive Controls rule, and require assistance in effectively developing a recall plan. Those who have an existing product recall and crisis management program understand that identification of the issue is only the first step in controlling the problem. Operations which have formally relied upon the standards as set forth by certification bodies may wish to reconsider their approach based upon the finalization of the PC Rule.
Product Id: 704682
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules and regulations clearly state that an impermissible use or disclosure is presumed to be a breach. Therefore, any such incident triggers the required notifications. However, if an organization performs a risk assessment and shows why the incident is not a breach, the required notifications would no longer apply. This training program will focus on how to perform an effective risk assessment that can not only reduce the administrative burden of dealing with presumed breaches, but also help an organization meet other criteria such as those that exist in the Office for Civil Rights HIPAA audit protocol.
Product Id: 701387
This Allergen Control webinar/training will Identify allergens in raw materials and provide an brief overview of best practices for labeling allergens.
Product Id: 704325
Attendees will leave this training session with more confidence, vision, and productivity. The confidence is knowing that you have a process that is developed prior to the actual event (if ever needed) and a decision tree is developed in time of stability rather than one of high emotion. The ability to establish the necessary processes will allow you to have confidence that your company will not be operating in panic mode.
Product Id: 701438
This webinar will provide valuable education and assistance to all regulated companies that need to develop or improve their product recall and crisis management systems, including companies in the produce, meat and processed food fields.
Product Id: 702700
This webinar will cover food traceability requirements and techniques useful in the event of quality deviation investigations and potential FDA Recalls. The session will also cover associated information like identification, classification and protocols.
Susan M Ranck
Product Id: 703065
This food safety training will provide the attendee with practical knowledge on Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and CAPA in the food industry in light of Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). It will discuss the tools, methods and documentation required to make your RCA effective and compliant.
Leslie T Krasny
Product Id: 703029
This webinar will cover FDA and FTC requirements for substantiating labeling and advertising claims. It will cover best practices in substantiating your claims, legal developments, and defenses.
Dietary Supplement Adverse Event Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements under the Dietary Supplement and Nonprescription Drug Consumer Protection Act
Product Id: 702756
This webinar on dietary supplement adverse event reporting will explain the requirements under federal law as to when serious adverse event reports must be submitted to the FDA, what information and when it must be submitted. In addition, it will highlight the recordkeeping requirements under the law pertaining to all adverse event reports.
Food Marketing Claims in the United States: Regulatory and Litigation Risks, Defenses and Best Practices
Leslie T Krasny
Product Id: 702393
This training covers challenges to food marketing claims in FDA and FTC enforcement actions, consumer class action lawsuits, and proceedings brought by the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (NAD). It will discuss how to assess risk when considering claims, strategies for defending actions, and marketing trends in the food industry.
Product Id: 702694
This webinar will cover how dietary supplement companies should label their products for the US market per FDA requirements, considerations avoid claims, building regulatory compliance into company programs for development and launch of properly labeled dietary supplements.
Product Id: 702693
This webinar on social media advertising compliance will provide perspective on how food and drug companies can leverage social media to promote brands, discuss how social media can expose companies to unique regulatory compliance challenges, and show how company compliance programs can be designed to address these challenges.