Applied Corrective & Preventive Action Course – ONLINE – Thursday, March 4
Corrective actions are not just for food safety issues but all aspects of a food manufacturing facility. If you are not looking for ways to improve your processes, you will likely waste time, money, or resources. Join Janna Hamlett of TechHelp and the University of Idaho for our Applied Corrective & Preventive Action online course from 1-5 pm MST on Thursday, March 4. This will be an interactive and hands-on course using exercises, actual scenarios, and group discussions. You will learn and use several tools that will prepare you to immediately put your knowledge to work in your facility.
We will explore common root cause analysis tools, including 5 whys, Failure Mode Effect Analysis, Fishbone diagram, cause & effect tools, and relationship diagrams. You will receive training and templates to use and modify as needed to create and maintain an effective corrective and preventative action program in your facility.
- The course fee is $250/ per person.
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- For registration assistance or questions, contact Jane Hokanson at 208-616-5191 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For specific course information, contact Janna Hamlett at 208-731-9363 or email@example.com.
More 2021 Food Manufacturing Courses
- March 9 & 16 – Intentional Adulteration / Food Defense ONLINE
This Food Defense Course will help you mitigate the risks and hazards of intentional contamination in food operations by protecting vulnerable elements in the agrifood chain and food production operations. We will explore Food Defense Plans to help you build barriers around vulnerable points to prohibit intentional adulteration. The course fee is $495/ each individual.
- NEW – March 11 – FREE WEBINAR – ECommerce – Win the Digital Shelf! Learn the Hows and Whys of Growing Your Business Digitally with Steve Cleere of Kitchen-2-Shelf and NexxtLevel BrandsAmong the other things changed forever by the COVID Pandemic has been consumer shopping habits – particularly for Consumer Packaged Goods and other consumables. Forbes estimates that ‘digital shopping’ increased 10 Years worth in the space of 6 months of 2020 – and while some ‘brick and mortar’ shopping has returned, much of what went to E-Comm has remained – meaning you can no longer afford to NOT be on the Digital Shelf.
Working with a number of companies who have faced these same challenges, G. Steven Cleere of Kitchen-2-Shelf and NexxtLevel Brands will join us for a free webinar, “Winning the Digital Shelf.” Learn about how you can optimize your online presence and boost sales.
- March 30 – Practical Sensory Programs for Factories and Quality Managers ONLINE
The appearance, flavor, and texture of food are primary indicators of your customers’ purchase behavior and perception of value. While we have benchtop and inline systems to measure attributes such as color and moisture, many of us don’t know how to measure our critical-to-quality sensory attributes objectively. This course is not just another boring webinar. The Practical Sensory Program course is designed around a learn-and-apply model. Each participant will get a kit to have hands-on activities to reinforce the concepts learned. He or she will walk away with practical skills that can be applied immediately.
The course fee is $285/ each individual.
- NEW – May 4-5 – OSHA 10 – General Industry ONLINE This course helps train and prepare employees to identify, control, and prevent injuries from common occupational hazards in facilities (like manufacturing facilities). It also provides information on worker’s rights and employer responsibilities according to OSHA. After the course, you will receive a DOL (Department of Labor) OSHA 10 General Industry card. This course meets the training requirements of the OSHA 10 designation and is taught by an authorized instructor. The course fee is $150 per person.
- NEW – May 10-13 – OSHA 30 – General Industry – ONLINE This course is specifically intended for safety managers, supervisors, and anyone who oversees safety programs. The topics are more diverse and include information on successfully managing a safety program in your facility. After the course, you will receive a DOL (Department of Labor) OSHA 30 General Industry card. This course meets the training requirements of the OSHA 30 designation and is taught by an authorized instructor. The course fee is $375 per person.
- For registration assistance or questions, contact Jane Hokanson at 208-426-3820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For course information, contact Janna Hamlett at 208-731-9363 or email@example.com.