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The Four Ps of Food Safety
Food processors need to consider the impact of recalls and other food safety issues on brand and revenue. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps. Food safety is in the news, and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Olin Thompson suggests the four Ps for a food safety strategy.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: The Four Ps of Food Safety The Four Ps of Food Safety Olin Thompson - December 6, 2010 Read Comments Food safety is in the news, on the Web, and a frequent point of conversation. Scares and recalls are not uncommon. For the food processor, a well-publicized incident can mean major damage to its brand and its revenue—and maybe the end of the company. The greater a food company’s risk, the greater the need for a proactive food safety strategy. Food safety strategy can be summarized with “the four
12/7/2010 8:21:00 AM

Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection
Many food companies are investing significant funds in building awareness for their brands in the market, which can pay off amply in competitive, commodity markets. One highly publicized recall, however, can turn an established brand asset into a liability.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection Food Safety, Government Regulations, and Brand Protection Olin Thompson and P.J. Jakovljevic - November 2, 2006 Read Comments A 2005 survey of industry professionals by Food Processing Magazine ranked food safety as the number one plant-level concern (see figure). Of those surveyed, 85 percent stated they were taking additional steps to ensure food safety. The ranking of food safety as the primary concern is justified. Outcries against outbreaks of
11/2/2006

Food Safety Plans: New Requirements for Registered Facilities
The passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act in January 2011 will have a significant impact on how registered facilities document their hazard assessment, verification, and monitoring activities. But by beginning to think about and plan for the new requirements now, the industry will be able to maintain continuous compliance and ensure minimal disruption as new regulations come into effect.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Food Safety Plans: New Requirements for Registered Facilities Food Safety Plans: New Requirements for Registered Facilities Source: Plex Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: The passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act in January 2011 will have a significant impact on how registered facilities document their hazard assessment, verification, and monitoring activities. But by beginning to think about and plan for the new requirements now, the industry will be able to maintain continuous
3/19/2012 10:46:00 AM

Ensuring Food Safety and Brand Protection through Supply Chain Traceability
Ensuring Food Safety and Brand Protection through Supply Chain Traceability.Reports and Other Software Program to Use In Your System of Supply Chain Traceability. To ensure the safety of domestic and global food supplies, demands for brand protection assurance are on the rise from customers in the food industry marketplace itself. To address these requirements, food processors and distribution warehouses now find automated traceability systems a necessity. Discover an automated approach to traceability that’s both cost-effective and a good fit for your current business operations.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: reporting and traceability. The diagram to the right illustrates those business operations which directly contribute to product traceability, and ultimately, compliance with customer, regulatory, and market food safety requirements. Effective product traceability depends on defining and applying consistent product and process standards, documenting all supply chain activities that involve the handling, processing, and storage of food products, ingredients, packaging, processing equipment, etc. - all in
8/17/2009 10:53:00 AM

Five Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability
Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability requirements related to stringent FDA and USDA regulations. For you to take advantage of these sophisticated new tools, there are five critical software requirements your enterprise resource planning (ERP) software should meet. Download this white paper to find out what they are.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Five Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability Five Critical Software Requirements for Improved Product Safety and Traceability Source: Technology Group International Document Type: White Paper Description: Food, beverage, chemical, and pharmaceutical companies are being forced to leverage new technology to meet evolving product safety and lot traceability requirements related to stringent FDA and USDA regulations. For you to take advantage of these sophisticated new
4/12/2012 2:58:00 PM

The Power of Presence
Presence is a key technology powering the real-time Internet. Forward-thinking businesses, service providers, and government agencies are already reaping the benefits of presence-enabled information exchange. This paper explores the nature of presence data, its value to the organization, and methods for leveraging presence to create strategic value and competitive advantage.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: The Power of Presence The Power of Presence Source: Jabber, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: Presence is a key technology powering the real-time Internet. Forward-thinking businesses, service providers, and government agencies are already reaping the benefits of presence-enabled information exchange. This paper explores the nature of presence data, its value to the organization, and methods for leveraging presence to create strategic value and competitive advantage. The Power of Presence
7/31/2008 1:07:00 PM

Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data?
Enterprises that have manufacturing or plant-level intelligence systems can be guided through the forking paths of exception-based decision-making. Not only will they be better prepared for unplanned events, but they will also know how their responses will impact the company.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data? Plant Intelligence as Glue for Dispersed Data? P.J. Jakovljevic - December 20, 2005 Read Comments Plant Intelligence as Glue A series of TEC tutorials have looked at manufacturing plant-level systems addressing both the importance of plant level systems (see The Importance of Plant-Level Systems ) and the difficulties in developing systems that integrate the needs of the shop floor and the back-office (see The Challenges of Integrating ERPs and MESs ). One
12/20/2005

Three Es of CRM
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for The Three E's of CRM. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. With product lifecycles accelerating and pricing pressures increasing, organizations must focus on delivering unique customer experiences to differentiate themselves from the competition. Customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning technologies play a critical enabling role.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Three Es of CRM Three Es of CRM Source: TSC Document Type: White Paper Description: With product lifecycles accelerating and pricing pressures increasing, organizations must focus on delivering unique customer experiences to differentiate themselves from the competition. Customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning technologies play a critical enabling role. Three Es of CRM style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Customer Relationship Management
9/8/2005 8:26:00 PM

Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions
Hype has been a major factor in the recent downfall of some of the enterprise application industry's most illustrious players. This article presents some very simple things that you can do to prevent yourself and your company from being tomorrow's lead story in the industry trades.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions Beware of Vendors Bearing Solutions Dave Stein - April 30, 2005 Read Comments Introduction Hype. Years ago we called it leaning into the wind. It was a philosophy—maybe even an art—that enabled software companies to be competitive, to build market share, and to sell sufficient product in a timely enough fashion to fund ongoing development. If you leaned too far into the wind, you fell on your face. If you didn t lean far enough, you would watch their backs as your
4/30/2005

Product Safety and Stewardship: Taking a Strategic Approach to Safer and Greener Products
For many product manufacturers, the move toward safer and environmentally friendlier products involves mixed emotions. The benefit to the planet is a given. However, if not approached strategically, it can come at a high cost. This paper provides a perspective on product-related environmental regulations, their business impact, their trajectory, and how companies can move from tactical and reactive risk mitigation to seizing competitive advantage.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Product Safety and Stewardship: Taking a Strategic Approach to Safer and Greener Products Product Safety and Stewardship: Taking a Strategic Approach to Safer and Greener Products Source: MindShare Document Type: White Paper Description: For many product manufacturers, the move toward safer and environmentally friendlier products involves mixed emotions. The benefit to the planet is a given. However, if not approached strategically, it can come at a high cost. This paper provides a perspective on
2/21/2013 3:49:00 PM

Economic Benefits of PLM-enabled Collaboration
Get optimum efficency and productivity cocnerning PLM-enabled collaboration. Read our free whitepaper! Many of today’s product lifecycle management (PLM)-enabling technologies allow complex information to be shared by dispersed teams of people. Product data management (PDM) technology is used to organize and provide access to your intellectual assets. PLM, its collaborative Product Definition management (cPDm) capabilities, and other solutions can help you go beyond asynchronous data sharing. Find out how.

DIAGRAM OF PLANT SAFETY: Economic Benefits of PLM-enabled Collaboration Economic Benefits of PLM-enabled Collaboration Source: PTC Document Type: White Paper Description: Many of today’s product lifecycle management (PLM)-enabling technologies allow complex information to be shared by dispersed teams of people. Product data management (PDM) technology is used to organize and provide access to your intellectual assets. PLM, its collaborative Product Definition management (cPDm) capabilities, and other solutions can help you go
11/13/2009 4:45:00 PM


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