SOURCE: SafetyChain Software, Inc.

SafetyChain Software - Realtime Food Safety & Quality Compliance Enforcement

September 24, 2013 10:00 ET

From HACCP to HARPC: What's Best-In-Class and How to Get There -- Complimentary Webinar October 4, 2013 -- Sponsored by SafetyChain Software & Food Safety Tech

Special Guest Speaker, Debby Newslow, Winner of the 2013 NSF International Food Safety Leadership Award for Training, Will Discuss the Key Differences Between HAACP and HARPC, and Practical Advice for Making the Transition

SAN RAFAEL, CA--(Marketwired - September 24, 2013) - SafetyChain Software, the leader in Food Safety Chain Management solutions that helps ensure food safety and quality compliance for regulatory, 3rd party and customer requirements -- while also creating operational efficiencies that save time and money -- is pleased to announce a new complimentary FSQA leadership series webinar, "From HACCP to HARPC -- What's Best-In-Class and How to Get There."  

The webinar, co-sponsored with Food Safety Tech and featuring Debby Newslow, President of D. L. Newslow & Associates, Inc., will be held on Friday, October 4, at 10:00 a.m. PT (12:00 p.m. CT, 1:00 pm ET). To register click here.

FDA's proposed Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) provides  a preventive framework to ensure food safety, but there's a lot of confusion on how HARPC (Hazard Analysis Risk-Based Preventive Controls) plans differ from existing USDA-based HACCP programs. This complimentary 60-minute webcast will provide useful guidance on topics that include:

  • An overview of the HARPC proposed rule
  • Comparing HACCP to HARPC -- "If it looks and smells like HACCP, is it really HACCP in disguise?" And if not, how close (or not) are they?
  • How does HARPC fit in with GFSI?
  • Why you should adopt HARPC today and how your organization benefits
  • How do you get from HACCP to HARPC?
  • Key differentiators between CCPs and PRPs

Ms. Newslow will also take audience questions live, and be joined by SafetyChain SVP and Co-Founder Barbara Levin, who will discuss how technology supports creating a best-in-class preventive control program.

Who Should Attend?

Food & Beverage company management working in operations, procurement and food safety and quality -- from food suppliers/growers, manufacturers/co-packers, distributors/brokers and retail/services.

Registration

There is no charge to register. Interested parties can register at:  http://ci33.actonsoftware.com/acton/form/4343/0003:d-0012/0/index.htm  

About SafetyChain Software

SafetyChain Software's SafetyChain for Food™ helps the food and beverage industry manage safety and quality compliance in realtime -- preventing non-compliant ingredients, raw materials and finished product from coming in or going out.  With SafetyChain for Food's affordable solution modules -- for Supplier Compliance & Management, Safety & Quality Data Reporting, HACCP/GFSI Compliance and Customer & Finished Product Compliance -- food growers, producers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, food services and importers save time, save money and create efficiencies that contribute to the bottom line.  SafetyChain for Food is a global, Software-as-a-Service solution, designed for fast deployment and even faster ROI.  www.safetychain.com

About Debby Newslow

Debby Newslow is the President of D. L. Newslow & Associates, Inc., a leading Food Safety Management consulting organization, and a frequent speaker and author on food safety and auditing issues. Debby is an IRCA Lead Auditor (ISO 9001, ISO 22000, FSSC 22000) performing audits primarily with Lloyd's Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) for the past 17 years. Along with being the author of published articles in many different trade journals -- including Food Safety Tech, where she is currently on the advisory board -- Debby also authored The ISO 9000 Quality System: Applications in Food and Technology, released by John Wiley & Sons Publishing and a HACCP-based chapter included in John Wiley & Sons release of the Food Safety Compendium. Debby's text on understanding FSSC and other food safety standards is scheduled for a December 2013 release. https://newslow.com/

About Food Safety Tech

Food Safety Tech  is one brand using a variety of communication delivery tools including eNewsletters, eJournal, eEvents, and traditional conferences to inform and educate the global food industry on technology advancements, industry news, regulations and best practices regarding food safety and quality.  Food Safety Tech developed the Food Labs Conference, the Food Safety Supply Chain Conference and is the organizer of the Food Safety Consortium Conference.  www.FoodSafetyTech.com

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