Workshop Continuous Improvement
How does your organisation get the balance right between output, quality and food safety?
Many manufacturing organisations will take a siloed approach to Continuous Improvement. This interactive session will focus on how taking a truly integrative approach to Continuous Improvement ensures that food safety and quality are equal partners on that journey.
- Where does food safety and quality fit into your CI agenda?
- How do you get senior leaders to buy-in to this challenge?
- Why is it important to engage and activate the workforce?
- How do you measure the results?
Exclusively to Food Manufacturing 2013, Bob & Iain will also reference results from the Global Integrative Improvement Survey - a unique and growing study of Continuous Improvement initiatives within leading manufacturers. Delegates will find out how to participate in this survey and obtain a bespoke feedback session which details areas for maintenance and improvement. To find out more, click here.
Bob PursleyTRACC Business PartnerTRACC
Iain O'NeillTRACC Business PartnerTRACC
Workshop Process Automation
The role of Manufacturing Execution Systems in food manufacturing and safety
This Interactive workshop, based upon recent research by the Manufacturing Enterprise Solutions Association, will encourage you to share your experience and opinions whilst addressing the following:
• Why deploy MES? – including MESA’s metrics research and ROI conclusions
• What is the difference between MES and ERP?
• What is the role of process automation in MES?
• How can MES support Lean/Six Sigma?
• How does MES support Food Safety?
Mike JamesChairmanATS International B.V.
Workshop Food Safety
Innovative technology: Analysis of mycotoxins and other compounds in food
- Accurate, rapid and affordable measurement of mycotoxins and other compounds in food
- Understanding the three main elements of this innovative technology, which is specifically designed to be operated by non-scientists, at ambient temperatures as high as 50oC, and displays the results on a touch screen within 4 minutes
- The first applications are the simultaneous quantification of individual aflatoxins in edible nuts, rice and corn, at EC regulatory levels. Hear the new applications to be launched during 2013, which will include the measurement of single or multiple mycotoxins in dried vine fruit, corn, wheat, coffee and spices
Prof. Raymond CokerCTO & FounderToximet Ltd