BC Food Protection Association Fall Workshop
BCFPA, aiming at “To provide a forum to exchange information on protecting the food” is organizing a fall workshop:
New Technologies and Traditional Methods: Piecing Together The Food Safety Puzzle
Time: November 7th, 2016
Location: Delta Conference Center, Burnaby BC
|8:30||Keynote Speaker – Assumptions that Prevent Solving Problems in Food Processing Environments by Jeffrey Kornacki|
|10:15||Environmental Monitoring and Sanitation|
|14:00||Trends in Food Processing|
|16:45||Reception/wine and cheese|
|Environmental Monitoring and Sanitation
|– Natural vs synthetic cleaners
– Listeria monitoring
– What does interpretive summary mean?
– Sampling best practices
|– Detection of food fraud and adulteration using novel spectroscopic techniques.
– Implementing FSMA requirements.
– Retailer’s perspective.
– Implementing Traceability.
|Trends in Food Processing
|– Beer brewing – Sanitation and production
– Food preservation through microwave drying
– Public health implications of extending shelf life of table eggs
|– The sequencing revolution
– Use of Microbial Genomics in Research of VTEC
– Applications of genome sequencing: WGS for foodborne pathogens OR metagenomics in water
– Genome sequencing
|Early Bird (by Oct 17)||Regular|
Two student volunteers are needed. Volunteers will get a 50% discount to attend the workshop.
Please email at email@example.com is you are interested.
Details about the event can be found in: http://bcfoodprotection.ca/event-2331352