Workshops

Workshops

Food Fraud Workshop

👮‍♀️ Food Fraud is an issue to food business and we Food Safety Professionals only have two options:

1st – We close our eyes
2nd – We tackle it!

If we are honest there is no other option. At which side will you be?

If your answer is TACKLE IT, I would like to help you with a Step by Step Guide to implement Food Fraud Program.

Use my 4 steps program to implement implement or take your Food Fraud Program to the next level using the Step by Step Guide.

Organizational Risks Workshop

Implementing organizational risks can be a real headache! 😣

You know about food safety risks, right? But you need to manage Organizational Risks inside your Food Safety Management System if you work with ISO 22000:2018 and FSSC 22000 V5 (or even ISO 9001).

This Organizational Risks Guide is an Excel file that will guide you step by step in defining the FSMS goals, Context of the Organization, Interested Parties and Organizational Risks.

I know this is one of the greatest challenges you face when working with ISO & FSSC 22000. We are not trained to do this but it ends up on our shoulders because we are responsible for the management system.

Your Top Management (and even auditors) will be blown away when you show them this Excel file and they will certainly feel more encouraged to sit down with you to do this process.

#BecomeTheSLO

Talk And Workshop

Why do you do what you do? Why?

Why do we wake up again day after day and work on food safety? 

Because we matter, because what we do makes a difference! Become your organization SLO – Saving Lives Officer. That is your ultimate mission. That’s the secret to maintain the drive and motivation

Let me tell you another secret. You can’t do it alone! From top management to plant floor, all must embody and embrace the #BecomeTheSLO mission.

Let me help you bring this message to your organization.

#BecomeTheSLO

Talk And Workshop

Why do you do what you do? Why?

Why do we wake up again day after day and work on food safety? 

Because we matter, because what we do makes a difference! Become your organization SLO – Saving Lives Officer. That is your ultimate mission. That’s the secret to maintain the drive and motivation

Let me tell you another secret. You can’t do it alone! From top management to plant floor, all must embody and embrace the #BecomeTheSLO mission.

Let me help you bring this message to your organization.

My Books

2020 is an important year for organizations who have or want to implement FSSC 22000 and ISO 22000. For FSSC, this is the transition year to Version 5. ISO 22000 is in its last full year for transition to 2018’s version.

To support food safety professionals, I have released my new e-book on February the 5th:

FSSC 22000 V5 and ISO 22000:2018 Blue Print – A Hands-On Diagram Based Approach to Food Safety Management Systems

It does not make sense anymore to be alone in your office or company fighting to provide safe food to the consumer. We must learn and grow together. This ebook is also your ticket to join an outstanding group of professionals that collaborate to develop food safety on their organizations/countries and face similar challenges.

ISO 22000:2018 is a Food Safety Management System used globally to promote food safety. This 70 page e-book includes not only the main changes introduced by the recently published update, but also a new approach to the standard, utilizing 25 diagrams to get a clearer picture of its clauses.

But that’s not all!

Within Ebook ISO 22000:2018 Explained in 25 Diagrams you will also find an interview with Mr. Dimitris Katsieris. Dimitris, member of the ISO TC 34/SC17 (technical committee responsible for the ISO 22000 update) and Mr. Aldin Hilbrands, Technical Director for FSSC 22000 responsible for all Scheme requirements and IT.

Also available in Portuguese and Spanish

Seafood is one of the most traded commodities worldwide. It is thus imperative that all companies and official control agencies ensure seafood safety and quality throughout the supply chain. Written in an accessible and succinct style, Food Safety in Seafood Industry: A practical guide for ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000 implementation brings together in one volume key information for those wanting to implement ISO 22000 or FSSC 22000 in the seafood manufacturing industry.

“The seafood industry will find the book useful in numerous ways. It is practical. For example in explaining that workers who exercise their functions with autonomy are viewed under the international standards as being in management. And top management has the “resources necessary to achieve food safety (both in terms of material resources and human resources).”” – Dan Flynn (Food Safety News)