Diversey Consulting Prepares for 2014 Global Food Safety Conference
On Feb. 26, Sealed Air and Diversey Care’s consulting group, Diversey Consulting, will join more than 1,000 leading food safety professionals in the Golden State for the Global Food Safety Conference (GFSC). Taking place in Anaheim, Calif., the GFSC is one of the year’s top food safety events, attracting food safety specialists from more than 50 different countries. Many even consider this three-day conference to be the best in the industry.
Diversey Consulting specializes in solutions for food safety, risk management, operational efficiency and brand protection. Its goal is to provide customers with effective risk management solutions in the areas of retail, food service, food and beverage manufacturing and hospitality.
If you’re lucky enough to attend the conference, join Diversey Consulting for a set of educational sessions. Sealed Air USA’s Key Account Director, Chris Jordan, will moderate a breakfast session from 8-9 a.m. PT on Feb. 27 that focuses on understanding and modifying food safety practices.
Then, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. on Feb. 27, Sealed Air’s Food Care Global Sector Expert, Hein Timmerman, and Diversey Consulting’s Global Director, Catherine Francois, will moderate a breakout session discussing new ways to control microorganisms in food environments.
After the sessions, remember to stop by Sealed Air to learn about the following innovations on display:
- Learning Management System: This online training tool helps facilitate employee training and certification. The easy-to-use website guides employees through training at a customized pace, tracks progress, promotes cost and time savings and ensures continued food safety compliance.
- iMAP: The cloud-based Andriod™ and Apple® app is a quick and easy option for collecting, analyzing and reporting data. With on-the-go access to performance indicators, audits, reports and more, companies can check on the status of their facility’s food safety operations at any time.
- TempTRIP: This temperature-monitoring service for “cold” supply chains informs companies of their temperature performance and allows them to monitor, track and analyze the results. With a simple, cost-effective re-use design, food service operators, grocery retailers and suppliers can improve food safety while reducing waste and eliminating costs.