A Closer Look at Risk Analysis and Assessment at SQF Unites

NSF will exhibit and present at the 2022 SQF Unites conference in Orlando, Florida.

Join NSF in Orlando, Florida for a unique opportunity to network with and learn from SQF stakeholders and food safety professionals. The 2022 SQF Unites conference takes place from November 7 to 9 at the Hyatt Regency Orlando.

While there, stop by booth #3 and talk to our team about your certification and supply chain needs. We are committed to providing the solutions you need to help ensure food safety, demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements and reduce risk for you and your suppliers.

Suzanne Barkley, Global Director of Certification, is looking forward to this event. “For me, SQF Unites is an exciting time to be surrounded by experts in our industry and gives me the opportunity to continue to learn and network.”

Want To Learn More About Risk Assessment?

Geoff Farrell, Global Senior Technical Manager, will present the best kept secret to successful SQF system implementation: risk assessment. Compliance with the SQF standard remains an important goal for both suppliers and producers, and an efficient risk assessment process can help businesses to overcome common challenges that stand in the way of compliance.

Add the following learning session, slated for Wednesday, November 9 at 10:15 am to your schedule.

Connecting the Dots From Risk Analysis to Risk Assessment

Risk assessment is the backbone of an effective food safety system and has the power to help you understand the risks associated with your processes. To prevent risk assessment from becoming complicated and time-consuming, the key is keeping the process simple, and NSF will show you how. This interactive roundtable will review best practices for conducting a successful risk assessment and guide attendees through real-world examples using a risk assessment tool.
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