FAMI-QS Workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia
Nowadays, feed business operators’ operational activities take place in a rather complex legal and business environment. Third Party Certification (TPC) against a feed safety scheme has become an important feature for the feed sector. As far as the Specialty Feed Ingredients sector is concerned, FAMI-QS in particular, is becoming an important tool in supporting market access, at a global level.
Besides its market value, a credible/ accredited Third Party Certification could also be a useful tool in hands of competent authorities, regarding, e.g. planning of the official controls or “granting” market access to products or operators.
Third Party Certification is not meant to substitute the responsibilities of competent authorities, but has been increasingly recognized by a number of them as an important element, which not only supports their enforcement role, but can also help setting state-of-the-art practices at global level and, as such, facilitate understanding and exchanges worldwide.
To enhance better understanding of the role of Third Party Certification in Feed and Food Safety and the role of FAMI-QS in feed safety, a one day workshop on the 4th of April 2018 in Jakarta, Indonesia will be organized.
Topics of the Workshop
- Introduction to the FAMI-QS Certification System – Mr. Emmanuel Geneiatakis, FAMI-QS Secretary General
- The role of Accreditation in Food/Feed Safety: Speaker to be confirmed, Komite Akreditasi Nasional
- Management Systems in Food/Feed Safety (The integrated approach) – Mrs. Binarti Dwi Astuti, Assistant Vice President of Charoen Pokphand Indonesia
- Building Trust: The role of the Integrity Programme: Mrs. Elvina Gregory, Food Quality Solutions International Limited
Venue JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta Jalan DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav E.1.2 No 1&2, Kawasan Mega Kuningan Jakarta, Indonesia 12950
Shedule 10:00 – 16:00
Binding registration 15 March 2018
Please complete the Registration Form and return it to: FAMI-QS secretariat, email@example.com.
Updated on 2018-02-20