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135 Taylor Rd

135 Taylor Road

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S 1J0

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Validation is a crucial part of food safety. This workshop will focus on the principles of process validation and sanitation validation.

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This one day workshop will provide attendees a thorough understanding of the principles of validation as it pertains to food processing, cleaning, and meeting regulatory and quality audit requirements.

• Learn how to develop strong food safety relationships with suppliers and co-manufacturers using validation, verification and scientific principles to guide decisions.

• Determine processes and equipment that requires validation.

• Learn about common pitfalls to look for in validation studies and how to identify potential challenges, then develop strategies for overcoming them.

• Comply with the U.S. and Canada food safety regulations.

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Dr. Angela Tellez-Lance

Dr. Tellez-Lance is an expert in food risk analysis and food processing. She has many years of experience in risk management at the corporate and plant level. Currently, she is the food safety expert for the Canadian Food & Wine Institute Innovation Centre at Niagara College. Previously, she works for the Canadian Research Institute for Food Safety and the Guelph Food Innovation Center at University of Guelph and at Kraft Foods.

Mr. Prasant Prusty

Mr. Prusty has a wealth of expertise in managing, improving and critically evaluating food safety and quality programs to globally recognized food safety standards in various food industry segments across global food supply chain. He is the co-founder of Pathogenia Inc (the first and only virus testing laboratory in food in Canada) with the core focus on “Making Food Safer” through risk-based analysis and was previously Director of Corporate Quality at Nature’s Touch.

Dr. Angela Anandappa

Dr. Anandappa is the Founding Director for the Alliance for Advanced Sanitation, and a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Food Science and Technology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She works with companies to improve their food safety practices and plans, especially focusing on sanitation. Prior to joining the Alliance Dr. Anandappa was attached to Kraft Foods, and led the supplier and co-manufacturer food safety program.

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