The path to realizing a significant ROI using food safety systems starts by meeting a series of challenges when it comes to cooking, storing, and monitoring at a food-safe temperature. Using a food safety management system will allow you to complete food safety processes faster, saving significant labor and time. It will also allow you to spot equipment maintenance and performance issues before failure.
Automating your processes fosters changes in employee behavior, instills a culture of active managerial control, and integrates new processes associated with COVID. The total cost of implementing a food safety management system is less than that of a foodborne illness outbreak.
This webinar will teach you how to:
- Boost overall business performance
- Dramatically decrease operational and capital costs
- Prevent significant financial losses associated with a foodborne illness outbreak
- Retain customers using a food safety management system
Hal King, Ph.D., Co-Founder and Managing Partner Active Food Safety, LLC. Dr. Hal King is a public health professional who has worked in the investigation of foodborne and other disease outbreaks at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Public Health Service, performed funded research on causation of diseases at Emory University School of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases, and worked in the prevention of intentional adulteration of foods at the U.S. Army Reserves Consequence Management Unit. He is the former director of food and product safety at Chick-fil-A Inc. where he designed and led the company’s food safety management program. Dr. King is past chairman of the National Restaurant Association Quality Assurance Executive Study Group, past board member of the National Council of Chain Restaurants and the FDA and CDC Industry Partnerships, and past president of the Georgia Association for Food Protection. Hal has authored several food safety articles and book chapters, including numerous peer-reviewed research publications on the science of food safety and public health, and holds several U.S. Patents and Patent Pending technologies, Copyrights, and Trademarks. He is the recipient of the 2018 NSF International Food Safety Leadership and Innovation Award.
Steven Getraer, President CM Systems LLC. Steven is a senior executive with over 40 years of business experience. Prior to joining CM Systems (ComplianceMate), he held executive-level positions with Bristol-Myers Squibb, Henry Schein Inc., and Schein Pharmaceutical Inc., as well as several emerging companies. His experience has been with companies that are subject to, or whose customers are subject to, significant government regulations. He has also acted as a senior-level consultant and board member for emerging companies, including those in the food industry. Steven graduated from Long Island University and attended NYU’s Stern Business School.