Why Risk Management is Critical in Food Safety Compliance

With increasing regulatory/industry oversight and consumer demand, the need for effective Food Safety Management is at an all-time high. Maintaining efficiency at this new pace of business can be a challenge in many respects. How can companies implement systems that are able to provide a platform for streamlined operations, safer products, and better decision making, all while keeping up with the pace of demand?

Leveraging Risk Assessment and Management methodologies is a growing trend in food safety and quality compliance management. Effective risk assessment and management programs provide the systematic, objective and repeatable results that help to make more informed decisions on a consistent basis. In this webinar, we will examine some of the key areas in which risk-based approaches can be utilized for benchmarking compliance, discuss some of the industry-specific risk methods being used, and touch on how technology is helping to streamline processes within the industry. Webinar Overview:

  • How monitoring risk has become a key component of compliance programs
  • Overview of Risk Assessment and Management Processes and Terminology
  • How complex markets have turned to risk-based methodologies as a benchmarking tool for compliance
  • Where to assess Risk through the supply chain
    • Suppliers
    • Product and Process Design
    • Manufacturing and Delivery
  • How to Assess Risk within the Food and Beverage Industry
    • Process/Product Based Risk Assessment
    • Supply Chain Based Risk Assessment
  • Risk-based mitigation strategies and corrective actions
  • Examples of Where Risk Management Programs have been Applied
  • Looking ahead to implementing a risk-based system
Morgan Palmer
Chief Technology Officer
EtQ, Inc.
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