Registrations have opened for the 2016 Australian HACCP Conference

SAI Global Limited

Tuesday, 05 July, 2016

The 23rd Australian HACCP Conference will provide delegates with a comprehensive body of information on emerging issues and best practice for food producers, suppliers and retailers. The two-day conference is being held at the InterContinental Melbourne — The Rialto on 5 and 6 October.

With the theme ‘integrity + innovation’, this year’s conference will cover lots of interesting topics:

  • Maintaining consumer and regulator trust across the global supply chain
  • Innovations in food safety
  • Technological advances that contribute to food safety
  • Practices and procedures shaping approaches to food safety
  • Transforming food safety culture within organisation
  • Upcoming threats and issues facing food safety professionals
  • What is on the horizon? Where is the industry headed?

This year’s keynote speaker is Hugh Pennington, Emeritus Professor of Bacteriology, University of Aberdeen Scotland. A global expert on food safety and managing bacterial outbreaks, Professor Pennington was acting as chair of the inquiry for the Secretary of State for Scotland into the 1996 E.coli O157 outbreak in central Scotland and the Public Inquiry into the 2005 South Wales E. coli O157 outbreak. Whet your appetite by reading Pennington’s take on  E. coli O157 outbreaks in the UK: E. coli O157 outbreaks in the United Kingdom: past, present, and future.

The program will also feature a range of other global and local leaders.

Register now at http://australianhaccpconference.com.au/registration/.

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