Wednesday, July 31, 2013

International Food Safety & Quality Network Prepardness Downloads: Avian Influenza H7N9 - Business preparedness for a bird flu pandemic

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AI OSHA avian_flu_guidance.pdf
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HPAI Avian Influenze &...
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HPAI Bird Flu Poses no FS R...
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Perspectivers on AI Managem...
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About IFSQN (International Food Safety & Quality Network):
The IFSQN was founded in 2003 to provide food safety practitioners with an online platform for sharing knowledge and information and to enable collaboration on the effective implementation, operation and continual improvement of food safety management systems. Ten years on this remains our primary goal.

In fact as food safety regulations continue to develop and third party food safety certification standards are mandated globally the importance of the IFSQN has never been greater.

Our discussion forums are unique and unrivaled anywhere in the world; with over 21,500 members creating an archive of over 60,000 posts as well as 1’000’s of files and documents to assist members old and new.

The IFSQN website attracts well over 1,500 unique visitors every day and we also distribute the popular Food Safety Talk newsletter to over 17,000 subscribers each and every week.

As part of our continued commitment to innovation 2013 saw the IFSQN launch the first ever fully online food safety conference. In June Food Safety Live brought together over 1,500 food safety practitioners from 150 countries for a day of learning; featuring keynote speakers from GFSI, LRQA, IFS, SAI Global, Leavitt Partners, The Allergen Bureau, Foundation for Food Safety Certification, Mettler Toledo, Safefood 360, Keller and Heckman LLP, HACCP Mentor, Cardiff Metropolitan University, SQF Institute and the International Food Safety & Quality Network. 

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