Knowledge is Power – Dublin

Date: Tuesday 25 September, 2018

Time: 9:15am - 12:00pm

Venue: Crowne Plaza, Blanchardstown​

What you need to know to produce safe food for the consumer

safefood in partnership with Teagasc are hosting free workshops specifically for SME food business and those working within the wider food sector providing practical advice on how to produce and handle food safely. Our experts will be there to address all your burning food safety questions. The workshop will cover:

  • What you need to know about bacteria and how to control them to keep your customer’s safe
  • Choosing and using hygiene cleaning products
  • Managing food allergens / labelling​

Testimonials

This is what other business have said about our workshops:

I found the true life experience of participants (milk/cheese production) helpful and informative. I enjoyed the relaxed and open atmosphere generated by the speakers."

- Eileen Daly, Naturally Cordial, Carlow.

Lots of good information & practical advice. Excellent topics covered and explained in simple terms rather than heavy detail."

- Nicola Kearns, Niks Tea, Dublin.

Agenda

9:15am

Registration

9:30am

Welcome from safefood

9:40am

Do bacteria have a free travel pass in your facility? - Dr Kieran Jordan (Teagasc)

10:00am

Effective cleaning: The rights and wrongs - Mr Eddie O'Neill (Teagasc)

10:20am

Tea / coffee break with networking

10:35am

Food poisoning bacteria: What you need to know - Dr Kieran Jordan (Teagasc)

10:55am

Food allergens in a nutshell - Dr James McIntosh (safefood)

11.25am

Getting to Know the Food Regulator - Food Safety Authority of Ireland

11:40am

Guest speaker

11:50am

General discussion and Q & A​

12:00pm

Lunch and Close

Please note: Photography and video recording may take place at the event and these images may be used in safefood promotional materials, publications and website content. By attending the event, you are giving your consent for your image to be used on any safefood materials. These training workshops are part of the safefood Knowledge Networks programme of activities to enable professionals within the agri-food sector to meet new and emerging food safety challenges.

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