Auckland Workshop – Monday 4 March 2019
Join the Fresh Produce Safety Centre A-NZ team and United Fresh NZ on Monday 4 March at 2.30pm for an afternoon event that will help you and your organisation prevent, prepare and respond to future fresh produce food tampering.
- MPI Manager of Food Compliance, Melinda Sando & Communication Manager Sid Pickering
- The Agrichain Centre Managing Director & United Fresh Food Safety Representative Anne-Marie Arts
- Panel Session: United Fresh New Zealand Chair Jerry Prendergast & Foodstuffs Ltd Head of External Relations Antoinette Laird
- FPSC A-NZ Chair Michael Worthington & Technical Manager Richard Bennett
What you will learn:
- Better understanding across stakeholders of expectations and responsibilities
- A window on best practice at each stage of the supply chain
- Knowing who to contact if you suspect a tampering event
- Improved compliance with food defence requirements in food safety standards
- Improved attitude/culture – taking tampering seriously
- Highlight another reason for optimum transparency
- Understanding the associated incident management activity that the business may be required to manage
Networking drinks will follow this panel event.
To register please click here. This event is free for financial supporters of the FPSC A-NZ and members of United Fresh NZ.
Not a member? $50 to attend or pledge support of FPSC A-NZ here.
The sixth annual conference of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia and New Zealand will be held at The Refectory, Level 4, Holme Building, Science Road, The University of Sydney on Wednesday 14 August 2019 from 8.30am – 6.00pm.
Food Safety Culture Webinar: Thursday 15 November, 12noon – 1pm (AEDT) / 2pm – 3pm (NZDT)
Food safety culture is the product of shared values, beliefs and norms that affect mindset and behaviour towards food safety across an organisation.
Dr Pieternel Luning, a visiting professor from Wageningen University in the Netherlands, will present her findings and suggest practical strategies to strengthen food safety culture. She will address what good food safety culture looks like (for businesses large and small), the key steps to get there, and how businesses can measure the benefits of a good food safety culture.
Friday, June 1, 2018 from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
The focus of this event is understanding recall roles and responsibilities, costs and traceability - for the fresh produce industry.
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FPSC A-NZ Product recall workshop
Friday, 1 June 2018
Auckland, New Zealand
Save the date for our first workshop on product recall, presented in collaboration with United Fresh.
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Fresh Produce Safety Conference 2018
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
The University of Sydney, Australia
Save the date for the fifth annual conference of the Fresh Produce Safety Centre Australia and New Zealand, to be held at the University of Sydney, Australia.
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1 March 2018
Auckland, New Zealand
The NSW Department of Primary Industries is running a second Melon Food Safety workshop in Griffith.
When: 11th December 2017 (Monday)
Where: NSW DPI, Farm 217 Murray Road, Hanwood, Griffith NSW
Pre-workshop lunch: 12:30-1:00 pm
Time: 1:00-2:30 pm
This one hour session included short presentations from a wholesaler, auditor (AUS-QUAL), accreditation system owner (Freshcare) and Associate Professor Channah Rock, Water Quality Specialist from the University of Arizona. The webinar follows on from our popular workshops series Fresh Produce Testing for Food Safety.
GS1 New Zealand: Food traceability is a growing topic that will become more important in the near future. GS1 New Zealand and GS1 Germany are cooperating to run half-day seminars in eight New Zealand cities between 30 October and 7 November this year, to acquaint the food industry with the evolving situation domestically and internationally.
Read the full article at the GS1 New Zealand website