|Date: October 26, 2012
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. (CDT)
Duration: 1 hour of presentation followed by questions & answers
Food plant sanitation programs are a key to successful food processing operations. Cleaning programs contribute to controlling the hazards presented by the plant environment. They are instrumental in reducing all manners of pest activity and the potential for microbiological events. A well developed and managed sanitation program is the backbone of a successful operation.
Whether you are a large operation or a small enterprise, the proper development and implementation of the sanitation program is critical to your success. Does your program satisfy your needs for allergen control? Is it being completed efficiently? How are you dealing with the last minute schedule changes? We will be discussing these issues and others during this presentation.
Join Al St.Cyr to calibrate your program and identify areas for improvement.
Al St.Cyr - Head of Food Safety Education
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