Case Study: Surviving a Recall – Lessons from the Front Lines
The number of product recalls is on the rise. There are high costs associated with conducting a recall and often higher costs for not recalling a dangerous or defective product. This seminar discusses the most important mechanisms that every food-processor should have in place to help avoid or greatly minimize liability exposure in the case of a recall. A quick response is key to reducing the risk of others being harmed by the product, thus reducing the company’s exposure to liability. Learn first-hand from a major retailer some of the requirements for conducting a product withdrawal.