Chilled Food Associates

A food industry resource

UK Technical & Commercial Presentations

2017

Biocides and Listeria Control - Positive Regulation and Best Practice: 

BRC Global Standards Food Safety Europe

National Food Hygiene Focus Group

All Wales Food Safety Expert Panel

Scottish Food Safety Enfrocement Officers Association

BSA PAPA TCS Technical Group

RSPH webinar

What risk is there in changing the ‘10-day rule’ for shelf-life? Food Manufacture Food Safety 2020 Conference 


2016

Biocides Assure Food Hygiene & Protect Public Health, SOFHT

Listeria update, RSPH


2014

Listeria monocytogenes and tools to help manage risks in the manufacture of smoked fish, CIEH 5th annual food safety conference


2012

Imported Foods - A Commercial Perspective, SfAM Winter Conference


2011

Auditing chill - what's critical. IFST Western Branch
EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations (MCR) and Shelf life. REHIS (twice)
EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations (MCR) and Shelf life. SoFHT (twice)
EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations (MCR) and Shelf life. FSA NI
EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations. Warwick Applied Microbiology course


2010

EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations. Warwick Applied Microbiology course


2009  

EU Microbiological Criteria Regulations. Warwick Applied Microbiology course

Management of E. coli in fresh fruit and vegetables: How can we be safe? RSPH

EU MCR. Leeds Microbiology course

Increasing Public Confidence in the Recycling of Organic Resources: Considerations from a chilled food perspective. SORP Annual Conference,


2008  

EU MCR. Warwick Applied Microbiology course

EU MCR. Leeds Microbiology course


2007   

EU MCR: Produce Aspects. Society for Applied Microbiology, Cardiff

EU MCR – What they mean. Health Protection Agency


2006

EU MCR – What they mean. London Food Study Group/CIEH

EU MCR – What they mean to manufacturers. IFST


2005  

EU MCR – What they mean CCFRA Hot Topics in Microbiology.

Animal By-Products/Resource Disposal and Minimisation. www.letsrecycle.com, London


2004  

Animal By-Products/Resource Disposal and Minimisation. CCFRA Meat & Poultry Seminar

CFA Veterinary Residues Management Guidance. CCFRA Meat Forum

Animal By-Products/Resource Disposal and Minimisation. CCFRA Meat & Forum

Lm - zero tolerance is not the answer. Scottish Salmon Smokers Association


2003  

Horticultural Research Requirements from the Chilled Food Perspective. HortLINK.


2002  

Traceability in the chilled food supply chain. Food Standards Agency


2000  

Microbiological safety of fruit and vegetables. PHLS


1999  

Food Safety & Quality Issues for the Food Industry. NATHE

CFA Activities and issues. Scottish Salmon Smokers Association


1998  

Evidence to House of Commons Agriculture Committee in its Inquiry on the proposed FSA

VTEC: Implications for Industry.


1997  

Personnel Hygiene: The Industry Perspective. CCFRA

Food Safety & Quality Issues for the Food Industry.  NATHE

Introductory Internet Workshop. IFST


1995  

Food Safety (Temperature Control) Regulations 1995. Leatherhead Food Research Association.

Regulations to be ready for. Spalding TEC. 

The Way Forward for Food Safety Legislation: Manufacturers’ Perspective.  SoFHT


1994  

What is GMP? Microbiology Panel. LFRA


1993  

Development, Structure and Role of CFA Guidelines.  University of Bristol

Time-Temperature Indicators.  Shelf Life Extension Conference.  LFRA.


1992

CFA and ECFF Guidelines for the Manufacture of Chilled Foods.  CCFRA Pasteurised Products Conference.

Activities of CFA and ECFF.  CFDRA Chilled Food Panel. 

CFA & ECFF Guidelines for the Manufacture of Chilled Foods.  Chilled Food Safety Conference. LFRA.

CFA and ECFF Guidelines with Respect to the Control of Clostridium botulinum.  Working Party on Vacuum Packing and Associated Processes.  MAFF.


1987  

Food Irradiation.  UK Panel on Industrial Uses of Radiation.

Food Irradiation: Microbiological Aspects.  Public Health Laboratory Service

Microbiological Aspects of Food Irradiation.  Wessex Institute of Food Microbiologists .

Food Science.  Series of teach-ins to secondary school pupils.


1986-9

Numerous (40+) public lectures & debates on food irradiation. Audiences including: Friends of the Earth, The Green Party, The Institute of Home Economics