In the context of risk control, and the current news and science surrounding allergies, this conference will hear expert speakers discuss and debate the latest thinking on risks involved in producing, delivering and consuming safe food.
Speakers will provide a broad overview of food safety and the risks involved in producing, delivering and consuming safe food, focusing on allergies, food fraud and novel foods.
Come and learn about:
- Recent food safety outbreaks and case studies
- Allergies – what are the risks?
- Risk control
- Managing complex global supply chains
- Food Fraud
- Clean Meat
- Chlorinated Chicken
- Allergies a Lawyer's perspective
- The role of IT and mobile technology
- Product recall
Delegates will also learn about clean meat and the groundbreaking technology to revolutionise the global food system without antibiotics, E. coli, Salmonella or waste contamination.
This conference is an essential update for those working in food retail, food manufacturing and food service, industry stakeholders and health professionals.
It will deliver essential learning for those working in food hygiene and safety, the retail industry, the meat industry and anyone involved in the preparation of food and will be particularly relevant for Environmental Practitioners, Food Safety Trainers and Food Manufacturers.
09:30 - Registration and Coffee
10.00 - Welcome and introduction Chair Professor Lisa Ackerley, Food Safety Adviser, UKHospitality, Visiting Professor, University of Salford
10:10 - Food safety - can we keep up with the risks? Case studies of recent challenges Professor Lisa Ackerley, Food Safety Adviser, UKHospitality, Visiting Professor University of Salford and Eric Smith, Managing Director, Eric Smith Associates
10.40 - Food Fraud, not just a financial problem? Examination of the food safety risks Eoghan Daly, Director, Forensic Services, Crowe UK LLP
11:10 - Refreshments
11:40 - Kathryn Gilbertson, (Regulatory and Compliance) Greenwoods GRM LLP
12.10 - Allergies – what are the risks? Dr Hazel Gowland, Food allergy expert
12.40 - Questions and Answers
13:00 - Lunch
13.45 - Clean meat and chlorinated chicken explained Grant Cropper, Environmental Compliance and Training Manager, WorldAware
14.15 - Ensuring a safe food supply
14.45 - Refreshments
15:00 - The Role of Mobile Technology in Darryl Thomson, recent Head of Safety, Mitchells Managing Allergens and Butlers
15.30 - How Novel food technology can help with food safety
16:00 - Tracey Colbert, Risk and Compliance Director, wagamama; Robert Kitchen, Head of Safety and Quality Assurance, Nando’s UK; Darryl Thomson, recent Head of Safety, Mitchells and Butlers
16:30 - Close
New Adelphi, The University of Salford, University Road, Salford, M5 4BR
From Salford Crescent train station - When you exit the station at the main door, turn left and then left again to walk down the slope (University Road). You will be able to see New Adelphi (the large grey building) ahead of you to the right.