Pest control is a critical component of food safety programs in food plants and food service facilities across North America. This is particularly true during a global pandemic, when protecting the nation’s food supply and the supply chain become even more important as food processors and industry product suppliers respond to this once-in-a-lifetime event. Fortunately, there is ample market expertise to help PMPs, food processors, sanitarians, quality assurance personnel and other industry stakeholders navigate the uncertain waters caused by the pandemic.
To learn more about the ins and outs of pest control in food-processing and commercial facilities, as well as how technology is transforming the treatment and regulatory landscape in these complex facilities, check out PCT’s inaugural virtual conference of 2021. For only $99, PMPs can hear from an impressive speaker faculty on this topic. Learn more at http://foodprocessing.pctonline.com.
Sessions and Speakers Include:
Rodent Exclusion and the Emerging Role of Electronic Rodent Monitoring Systems (ERM), Dan Collins, Director of Pest Management, Rose Acre Farms, Seymour, Ind.
How to Stay Audit Ready, Chelle Hartzer, Board Certified Entomologist, Owner, 360 Pest and Food Safety Consulting, Atlanta, Ga.
Key Inspection Points in Liquid & Dry Processing & Storage Facilities, Pat Hottel, Technical Manager, Terminix, Bartlett, Ill.
The Role of New Technology in Today’s Food Safety Standards and Regulations, Kristie Grzywinski, Technical Director, Safe Quality Food Institute, Arlington, Va.
PCT Virtual Conference: Pest Control in Food Processing & Commercial Facilities
Date: Wednesday, April 28
Time: 12:00-5:00 p.m. (EDT)
Cost: $99 per person
Learn More: http://foodprocessing.pctonline.com
Can’t Attend the Day of? All registered attendees also will receive a link to an online copy of the virtual conference 5 to 10 days after the event.