Free Webinar – Building a Corporate Food Safety Culture
Thursday, December 16, 2010 – 11:00am Pacific Time / 2:00pm Eastern Time
Dr. John Surak will present the second session in the Compliant FSMS webinar series which examines how food processors can deal with regulatory and commercial issues such as ISO 22000 and GFSI. In Building a Corporate Food Safety Culture, Dr. Surak tells how food safety starts with a strong top management commitment. He will show how you can use the elements of ISO 22000 to:
- Link the food safety management system to the corporate business system.
- Link the quality policy to the corporate culture.
- Develop effective food safety objectives.
- Increase the effectiveness of management review.
Register at http://bit.ly/NWA-Webinar2 .
About John G. Surak, PhD
John Surak is principal of Surak and Associates, a full service food safety and quality consulting service. He works with the food processing industry in developing food safety and quality management systems, designing and implementing process control systems, and implementing Six Sigma and business analytics systems.
Dr. Surak heads the USTAG to ISO’s Subcommittee 17 of Technical Committee 34. This subcommittee is responsible for managing the ISO 22000 family of standards.
Dr. Surak has more than 30 years of experience. He works with industry and governmental agencies in applying the principles of quality and food safety management. In addition, he held industrial positions including managing nutritional process and product development for Wyeth Laboratories and serving as vice president of quality and food safety for the Brooks Food Group. Dr. Surak is a professor emeritus of applied economics and statistics at Clemson University.
Dr. Surak is the first person to be elected a Fellow in both the American Society for Quality and the Institute of Food Technologists. He is an ASQ‑Certified Quality Auditor, Certified HACCP Auditor, Certified Quality Engineer and Certified Manager of Quality/Org. Excellence.