What's In Your Plant: Measuring Microbial Control Effectiveness

What's In Your Plant?
Measuring Microbial Control Effectiveness Webinar

Tuesday, November 15, 2011  
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (EST)

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Environmental conditions of a processing plant can sometimes combine to provide sufficient time, moisture, nutrients, and other conditions that allow pathogenic and spoilage microorganisms to grow and contaminate food products. Environmental monitoring (EM) programs were developed to help evaluate the effectiveness of sanitation practices, detect potential microbial pathogen harborage sites and most importantly, guide and verify effectiveness of corrective actions.

Join GMA expert Warren Stone for a webinar that will explain how state-of-the-art environmental monitoring provisions compliment the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s current Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)’s.

During this webinar, learn the importance of measuring and managing the overall effectiveness of microbiological controls through examples focused on challenges like Salmonella in low-moisture foods and the benefits and components of a comprehensive EM program.


Contacts

Audrey Rubio    (202) 639-5928 - Registration Inquiries

Tonnetta Brown (202) 637-4806 - Registration Inquiries