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D. L. Newslow and Associates Inc.

Quality Insider

Food Safety Supply Chain Conference

May 15–16, 2013, in Chicago

Published: Monday, April 29, 2013 - 08:06

(D. L. Newslow and Associates, Inc: Orlando, FL) -- Going to the Food Safety Supply Chain Conference in Chicago? This workshop is geared towards anyone wanting to learn more about FSMA, including, but not limited to: Food Safety Managers, Top Management, Supervisors, Quality Managers and Food Safety/HACCP Team Leaders.

Be sure to register to attend our Hazard Analysis Risk-Based Preventive Controls (HARPC) Workshop - A Practical Approach to Meeting the Requirements.

The primary focus of this workshop is on “Preventive Controls” as they exist today that may occur within FSMA. The topics that will be covered include: Understanding the Hazards-Hazard Analysis/Risk Assessment; Preventive Controls; HARPC related to current HACCP Programs.

It will also include a segment titled “How Technology Supports Preventative Controls Programs”. This portion will be presented by Barbara Levin of SafetyChain Software.

Presented by: Debby Newslow, President of D. L. Newslow and Associates, Inc. and co-sponsored by SafetyChain Software.

When: May 15, 2013, 8:30 am - 1:00 pm. This 1/2 day workshop is a great lead-in to the Food Safety Supply Chain Conference FSMA workshop. Morning snacks and a box lunch are included.

Where: Chicago O’Hare Marriott (located close to O’Hare Airport)

Price: Cost for the workshop has been discounted to $295.00. Please call our office at (407) 290-2754 for the additional discount code being given to Food Safety Supply Chain Conference attendees when you register online. You do not have to attend the conference to register for this workshop. Registration is open now! Go to www.newslow.com to register online.


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D. L. Newslow and Associates Inc.

D. L. Newslow & Associates, Inc. offers Food Safety Training and Consulting Services that include JPA Tank Wash Audits and Compliancy, HACCP Plan Development, Verification & Validation and Internal Auditor training, just to name a few. Our services are customized and developed based on our individual client's needs and operation.