• Quality And Food Safety – Problem Solving Methods

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    November 28, 2020 /  Food and Culinary

    Why Should You Attend:

    Nowadays we have a lot of different challenges to deal with in our business environment: innovative products, product mix, supply chain, lead time, operational cost, quality, legal requirements all of them are source of opportunities but they are source of business issues too.

    Attend this webinar to learn, through problem solving method how to treat business issues related to Process, Product, Services and Customer Complaints in an effective way to prevent the reoccurrence of them. Learn best practices, how to apply problem solving methods and use tools in solving food safety and quality problems. We will showcase case studies of usage of problem solving methods.

    Areas Covered in the Seminar:

    Part 1 Problem Solving Success Key Factors

    – Defining what is a problem.
    – Problem solving is a thinking process.
    – Addressing influences in a thinking process.
    – Creating a problem solving & continuous improvement culture.
    – Good practices when applying problem solving method in Food Industry.

    Part 2 Problem Solving Steps & Tools

    – Difference between Method and Tool.
    – Problem solving Method in six steps.
    – Root cause analysis.
    – Tools to use with problem solving method.
    – Examples of Problem Solving Method application in Food Industry.

    Who Will Benefit:

    This webinar will provide valuable assistance to Food Industry.Those that would benefit most would be:

    – Operations Managers
    – Quality Assurance Managers
    – Quality Assurance Coordinators
    – Quality Assurance Analysts
    – R&D Managers
    – Researchers

    Instructor Profile:

    Andre Staedele, having 16 years of experience in Quality and Productivity Initiatives like: ISO 9001, Food / Feed Safety Systems, Good Manufacturing Practices, Process & Excellence Benchmarking (World Class Manufacturing) and Lean Sigma Project Management and implementation in Multi-business / Multi-site: Grain, Oilseed Processing, Refining Oils, Shortenings, Margarine, Mayonnaise, Wheat Milling, Complex Logistics Operations (Ports, Transshipments, Railroad Companies, Truck Companies) and Headquarters Office Areas; Strategic Planning Alignment with Executive Management (focused on Lean Assessments and Improvement Projects (Kaizen)), Coordination of Lean Assessments (Value Stream Mapping), Improvement Projects (Kaizen) and Results Sustainment through Lean Facilitators; Andre has Multi-country Lean Sigma experience implementation: Brazil, USA and Canada.

    Analucia Campos, is currently Director for Qualipro Solutions. She has over 10 year extensive experience in developing and Management of Food Safety and Quality Initiatives. Her specialties include Food Safety and Quality Audits (planning and execution), Planning new initiatives for Quality and Food Safety, Establishing key performance indicators.

    “Quality and Food safety – Problem Solving Methods (Steps, Tools & Success Key Factors)” has been pre-approved by RAPS as eligible for up to 2 credit towards a participants RAC recertification upon full completion.

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