What did you learn in HACCP training

Seminars / online seminars

May 6th, 2021: Online seminar - HACCP for food companies - for further dates see flyer

06.05.2021, Bad Bentheim.

Here you get an overview to get to know the requirements of the Codex Alimentarius and the relevant food safety standards. First tools and examples from practice, which you can also use directly in your everyday work, are a further component.

At the end of the seminar, we would be happy to address your specific needs in your company.

This event is aimed at managers and employees in the quality management, research and development, and purchasing departments.

You can find more detailed information here.

June 17, 2021: Online seminar - IFS Food V7 - for further dates see flyer

On October 6th, 2020 the new standard version 7 of IFS Food was published. This version will come into force on March 1st, 2021 and will then befromJuly 1, 2021for all certified companiesconnecting.The main changes in this version are user-friendliness, fewer requirements and less documentation. At first glance, these changes sound very promising. The topic of “food safety culture” is also a current topic which is of great importance in the IFS.

In the course of this seminar, you will be informed about the changes that version 7 brings with it. Discuss the implementation options with speakers (IFS auditors) and colleagues. Find out more about the direction IFS Food will take in the future.

You can find more detailed information here.

06/18/2021: Online seminar - IFS Broker V3 - for further dates see flyer

IFS Broker Version 3 was recently released. The main changes to IFS Broker 3 are the definition of goals, food safety culture, more specific training requirements and detailed risk management requirements.

In the course of this webinar, you will be informed about the changes that version 3 brings with it. Discuss the implementation options with speakers (IFS auditors) and colleagues. Find out more about the future direction.

You can find more detailed information here.

July 6th, 2021: Online seminar - allergen management and VITAL 3.0® - for further dates see flyer

So far the legislator has little values ​​for the marking of unintentional
Eliminate allergen entries (e.g. gluten and SO2). Other
You have to assess allergen levels yourself. This challenge
The Australian food industry has become a comprehensive one
Concept adopted. In addition to the measures to be implemented, the
"Voluntary Incidental Trace Allergen Labeling" based on scientifically proven
Reference values ​​on which the risk assessment is based
can. New reference values ​​have been in effect here since October 2019 and that
VITAL 2.0® will be replaced by VITAL 3.0®.

You can find more detailed information here.