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Christopher Snabes // The Acheson Group

Senior Food Safety Manager // The Acheson Group

Christopher Snabes, M.S., CFS, Senior Food Safety Manager, has been an Adjunct Professor in microbiology as well as having over 18 years of experience in the food industry specializing in US and international food microbiology and food safety. He receivedhis BS in Professional Microbiology and MS in Biology from Eastern Michigan University and received his Certified Food Scientist (CFS) credential in 2013 as part of the inaugural class and renewed in 2018. He has extensive food microbiology laboratory experience specializing in proficiency testing of food pathogens. He has published and presented his work at numerous international and domestic scientific meetings. He is active in several scientific organizations including The American Society for Microbiology, ASM, where he is a current advisor (Council on Microbial Sciences) to the BOD for ASM, as the sole representative for Food Microbiology. Christopher is a FSMA Preventive Controls Certified Lead Instructor (FSPCA) for Human Food, a FSMA Preventive Controls Certified Lead Instructor (FSPCA) for Animal Food, a FSMA Foreign Supplier Verification Program Certified Lead Instructor (FSPCA), and a FSMA Produce Safety Alliance Certified Instructor (AFDO).

March 2020

Recall Readiness & Crisis Management (All-Access Pass Required)

March 30, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
All Access Pass Required

This workshop will take the participant through a real-life simulation of a product recall and allow them to experience how to approach both assessing risk and making decisions as the crisis evolves and escalates. After the simulation, the instructors will explain how to put together your crisis management plan, how to increase your confidence in recall prevention, and how to understand your testing solutions. During the simulation, in teams, you will manage a recall as a series of facts are…

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FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule: It’s Not What You Think

March 31, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

This event is only available to all access ticket holders – learn more about all access passes here. Intentional adulteration is a confusing term.  It’s used interchangeably with food fraud, but the FDA labels intentional adulteration as tampering or terrorist-type acts. Under the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule, the FDA now has specific implementation requirements for food companies. You may think you’re prepared with your existing food defense program, but that may not be the case. In this session, we'll clarify the various…

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