Don’t miss the Food Safety Summit in Washington, D.C., April 17-19, a four-day comprehensive education program for food producers, processors, retailers, distributors and regulators. Pre-conference training and certification programs will be held on April 16.
The 14th-annual Food Safety Summit will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., April 17-19, 2012, with pre-conference sessions on April 16. Owned and operated by media producer BNP Media, Troy, Wis., the event includes a variety of expert speakers and trainers, an expansive exhibit floor where attendees can find solutions to current challenges and networking events that offer the opportunity to exchange valuable ideas.
A must industry gathering that focuses on solutions for today and planning for tomorrow, the Food Safety Summit will also highlight:
• An expanded conference program starting Monday, April 16, with three certification programs covering ServSafe, I-FIIT and HACCP training. Industry experts will lead six half-ay workshops covering Effective Risk Communication; Pre-Requisite Programs; Best Practices for Retail, Foodservice and Grocery Operations; Food Defense led by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Food Liability and Media Training. In addition, there will be 15 sessions focused on critical food safety issues such as the implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
• Keynote address: Building an Integrated Food System: How the Food Industry and Public Health Officials Must Collaborate to Succeed will be presented by Oscar Garrison, division director, consumer protection, Georgia Dept. of Agriculture/president of the Association of Food & Drug Officials.
• Exhibit Hall: More than 160 companies representing a full spectrum of the food safety industry will provide and display products and services needed to meet day-to-day challenges. Event sponsors include Siemens, Covance and Alchemy.
• Networking events: Network and conduct business on the expo floor at an opening night reception, and the Food Safety Leadership Awards precede a keynote address. Also, a Food Quality awards reception. Meet with partners and peers, build professional relationships and solve problems at these key events.
For more information, visit www.foodsafetysummit.com or contact Chuck Wilson at 630- 962-0078 firstname.lastname@example.org for exhibiting/sponsorship opportunities.
Food Safety Summit comes to Washington, D.C., in April
December 5, 2011