SOURCE: SafetyChain Software, Inc.

TriVista - Partner of SafetyChain Software

SafetyChain Software - Realtime Food Safety & Quality Compliance Enforcement

June 27, 2013 09:30 ET

SafetyChain Software™ and TriVista Offer Complimentary Webcast on Practical Applications of Lean Principles for the Food & Beverage Industry

Guest Speaker Brian Jordan Will Address How to Apply Lean Principles to Reduce Costs While Actually Improving Food Safety and Quality

SAN RAFAEL, CA--(Marketwired - June 27, 2013) - SafetyChain Software, the leader in Food Safety Chain Management solutions that help ensure food safety and quality compliance for regulatory, 3rd party and customer requirements -- while also creating operational efficiencies that save time and money -- today announced a new complimentary leadership webinar held with its partner, TriVista Food & Beverage Consulting Services. The webcast, "Food Safety Continuous Improvement:  It's Time to Get Lean - Practical Applications of Lean in the Food & Beverage Industry," will be held on August 9 at 9:00 a.m. PT (noon ET). 

Brian Jordan, Sr. Leader and Value Based Six Sigma Champion for TriVista, a leading consulting firm combining keen business acumen and deep technical expertise to help solve complex problems throughout the value chain, will discuss:

  • How do you best identify gaps in a food industry lean manufacturing process?
  • How do lean principles benefit members of the food supply chain outside of manufacturing?
  • What is the best way for food & beverage companies to implement an effective, lean supply chain strategy?
  • How can you best utilize cross functional teams to achieve continuous improvement?
  • What is the best approach to achieve food product safety and quality through lean principles?

Jordan will be joined by SafetyChain SVP and co-founder, Barbara Levin, who will discuss how Food Safety Chain Management technology can add to lean efforts by automating, streamlining and creating operational efficiencies for Food Safety and Quality Assurance (FSQA) processes and programs.

Who Should Attend?

This webinar is important for anyone in the Food & Beverage industry who has been tasked with improving efficiencies and quality while also reducing costs. Attendees will include 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. Participants will leave the 60-minute event with new ideas and an overview of how lean principles can assist in achieving cost savings while actually improving safety and quality. 


There is no charge to register. Interested parties can sign up at:

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.

About TriVista

TriVista's Food & Beverage Consulting Practice combines keen business acumen and deep technical expertise to help solve complex problems throughout the value chain. They work closely with you to assess all facets of manufacturing, distribution and supply chain processes to ensure they design, build and implement a program to meet your specific needs and support your growth strategy.

About Brian Jordan

Brian is a Director in TriVista's Lean and Continuous Improvement practice.  Brian has more than 20 years of senior operations experience in the Consumer Goods, Food and Beverage, Industrial, Energy, Defense and Aerospace industries. Brian worked extensively within various businesses as a Value Based Six Sigma Champion & Director of Continuous improvement.  He has extensive experience in conducting Lean Improvements in food manufacturing factories which focuses on optimizing product flow and facility layout, supplier communication, operational performance, line management, changeover time reduction and batch loading process improvement.  He has been recognized numerous times for his commitment to quality and continuous improvement.

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