What: Free Webinar
When: On Demand Until November 11, 2021
Predicting Future Risk: Using Technology to Understand and Mitigate Supply Chain
With growing industry acceptance that supply chain risk cannot be fully mitigated by traditional audit programs, we are eager to explore tailored approaches that businesses can and have taken to identify and mitigate potential risk through the use of data, analytics, technologies, and expert insight.
In this interactive thought leadership webinar, we will discuss:
- Alternatives to a traditional on-site audit
- How can you identify supply chain failures and act proactively?
- What data are relevant and how should it be managed?
Edwige Sausset, Quality and Food Safety Manager of the Region Europe, Barilla Group
Edwige has more than 15 years experience in quality management for FMCG. She has worked in international situations, either abroad (Romania, Italy) or in France in cross-cultural projects. Her specialties include: Quality management in food industry (QA/QC, Food safety, audits, vendor management) Food process: dairy; brewing, bakery; bottling, and packaging Regulatory affairs Crisis management Project management (change management, process design, new product introduction, training).
Alex Sutton, Interim Group Technical Manager, Saputo Dairy UK
Alex’s experience includes coaching and development of technical & operational teams to achieve successful business improvements, including: Providing technical expertise covering BRC audits, M&S Integrity & Food Safety, Tesco PIU, Sainsbury, Asda, Morrisons, and Co-op as well as Quality Management System review and implementation. HACCP review/evaluation and improvements linked to cost savings and profit improvement. TACCP/VACCP and supply chain integrity. Have worked closely with all retailers and helped improve supplier/retailer relationships across various businesses.
Kimberly Coffin, Global Technical Director – Supply Chain Assurance, Lloyd’s Register
Passionate about helping global food businesses understand, manage and mitigate the risks to their products and brands; Kimberly’s reputation as a thought leader in food safety/supply chain risk and deep domain food sector expertise has been built through +30 years working for and with leading global food companies and associated service organizations across major world markets. Kimberly has extensive experience as a technical professional specializing in design, development, implementation, assessment, and training within the arena of retail agrifood risk management systems specifically relating to auditing principles and more broadly the control of food safety, product quality, authenticity, and legality.
Barbara VanRenterghem, Ph.D., Editorial Director, Food Safety Magazine