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This presentation was given the 2011 Food Automation and Manufacturing Conference in Palm Beach, Florida. The presenters were Tom Nessen and Jon Cowan from Plex Systems. The presentation discusses …

This presentation was given the 2011 Food Automation and Manufacturing Conference in Palm Beach, Florida. The presenters were Tom Nessen and Jon Cowan from Plex Systems. The presentation discusses the key components of a Food Safety Management System.

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  • Recalls increasing for several reasons, 3 of which include:Consumers are more aware and conscientiousMore federal and industry regulations and mandatesGlobalization and supply chain complexities have increased, where there are more points where issues can be introduced
  • Industry reaction to these recalls is more regulation:FSMA – new FDA regulation that mandates all companies must have Food Safety Management systems in place, including document control, HACCP and recall. This is the biggest change to Food Safety legislation in over 60 years.(from myGFSI website) GFSI – The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is a collaboration between some of the world's leading food safety experts from retailer, manufacturer and food service companies, as well as service providers associated with the food supply chain. It is coordinated by The Consumer Goods Forum, the only independent global network for consumer goods retailers and manufacturers worldwide. It serves the CEOs and senior management of nearly 400 members, in over 150 countries.Why did the Global Food Safety Initiative begin?In May 2000, following a number of food safety scares, a group of international retailer CEOs identified the need to enhance food safety, ensure consumer protection and to strengthen consumer confidence. They launched the Global Food Safety Initiative which sets requirements for food safety schemes through a benchmarking process in order to improve cost efficiency throughout the food supply chain. WalMart and other major retailers mandate suppliers follow one of the 8 schemas supported by GFSI, which includes SQF and variants of ISO22000. These standards are very similar to the FSMA recently set by the FDA
  • So How do Manufacturers comply with government and industry mandates with limited resources and all this complexity in the F&B supply chain?
  • The reason Plex is perfectly suited is because we have solutions for all three major areas (pillars) of Food Saftey: Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) – shop floor integration, OEE, Production Tracking, etc..eHACCP – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in electronic format – Quality, risk management and document control Traceability – managing recalls and lot traceWhile other companies offer point solutions Plex can offer a full Food Safety Management Suite, Plus ERP functionality
  • The reason Plex is perfectly suited is because we have solutions for all three major areas (pillars) of Food Saftey: Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) – shop floor integration, OEE, Production Tracking, etc..eHACCP – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in electronic format – Quality, risk management and document control Traceability – managing recalls and lot traceWhile other companies offer point solutions Plex can offer a full Food Safety Management Suite, Plus ERP functionality
  • The reason Plex is perfectly suited is because we have solutions for all three major areas (pillars) of Food Saftey: Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) – shop floor integration, OEE, Production Tracking, etc..eHACCP – Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in electronic format – Quality, risk management and document control Traceability – managing recalls and lot traceWhile other companies offer point solutions Plex can offer a full Food Safety Management Suite, Plus ERP functionality
  • Through food safety management systems, which have traditionally been paper based. New legislation is going to make this increasingly more difficult to manage on Paper. We feel Plex and cloud technologies are perfectly suited to manage this for manufacturers of all sizes
  • Transcript

    • 1. The Question…
      How doyou achieve compliance, improve efficiencies and gain competitive advantage?
    • 2. what’s in a number?
      these numbers tell a story about
      food safety
      a single food product may contain over 50 ingredients,
      50
      10
      500
      1
      where many ingredients are sourced globally and have been touched by 10 or more business entities.
      a single manufacturer may have over 500unique suppliers of ingredients,
      and it only takes 1 incident to destroy a company.
    • 3. 800
      600
      total number
      of food recalls
      400
      200
      2006
      2007
      2008
      2009
      2010
      0
    • 4. food safety modernization act (FDA)
      bio-terrorism act of 2002
      USDA
      ISO 22000
      safe quality food (SQF)
      british retail consortium (BRC)
      global food safety initiative (GFSI)
    • 5. how can
      manufacturers comply?
    • 6. the status quo
      SPC
      Quality
      HR – Skills Matrix
      HACCP
      OEE
      Document
      Control
      PlantMaintenance
      Traceability
      Compliance
      Management
      Fragmented Data Sources
    • 7. instant traceability
      &
      recall mgt
      • shop floor data collection
      • 8. human machine interface (HMI)
      • 9. mobile device operations
      • 10. OEE reporting
      • 11. rejection tracking
      • 12. machine integration (SCADA)
      • 13. allergen control
      • 14. production scheduling
      • 15. pick, pack & ship
      manufacturing operations management system (MOMS)
      MOMS
      food quality
      &
      electronic HACCP
      ERP
      Food Safety Management Solution
    • 16. Control Panel
      MOMS
    • 17. Control Panel
    • 18. Control Panel
      Plant & Quality Bulletins
      Production
      Recording
      Maintenance
      Work Orders
      Barcode
      Labeling
      Gauge
      Calibration
      Control
      Production
      Scheduling
      Checksheet
      History
      Quality
      Reporting
      Document
      Control
      Access
      HACCP
      Reporting
      Time Clock
      Training
      OSHA Reporting
      Employee
      Innovations
      PLC
      Integration
    • 19. Enabling mobility
      MOMS
    • 20. Enabling OEE
      MOM
    • 21. traceability
      &
      recall management
      manufacturing operations management system (MOMS)
      • HR – skills matrix
      • 22. visitor log
      • 23. supplier approval & scorecarding
      • 24. accounting & finance
      • 25. advanced product costing
      • 26. CRM
      • 27. maintenance management
      • 28. purchasing
      food quality
      &
      electronic HACCP
      • embedded document control
      • 29. compliance management
      • 30. electronic HACCP
      • 31. checklists / SOP’s
      • 32. corrective & preventative action
      • 33. critical control point alarming
      • 34. SPC charting
      • 35. electronic signature
      • 36. workflow
      ERP
      food safety
    • 37. Enabling eHACCP
      eHACCP
    • 38. Enabling eHACCP
    • 39. Enabling eHACCP
    • 40. Enabling SPC
    • 41. Instant traceability
      &
      recall mgt
      • graphical product genealogy
      • 42. extended supply chain tracking
      • 43. lot trace and trace
      • 44. allergen tracking
      • 45. reduce scope of a recall
      • 46. quickly contain tainted product
      manufacturing operations management system (MOMS)
      traceability
      • HR – skills matrix
      • 47. visitor log
      • 48. supplier approval & scorecarding
      • 49. accounting & finance
      • 50. advanced product costing
      • 51. CRM
      • 52. maintenance management
      • 53. purchasing
      food quality
      &
      electronic HACCP
      ERP
    • 54. what’s in this cookie?
      Bleached Enriched Wheat Flour
      Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid,
      Candy Pieces
      Dark Chocolate - Sugar, Chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, butter oil, soy lecithin, vanillia
      Sugar, Yellow #5 Lake Yellow, Yellow # 6 Lake, Blue #2 Lake, Red #40 Lake, Blue #1, Yellow #6, Yellow #5, Blue #1, Gum Arabic, Corn Syrup
      Confectioners Glaze - Carnauba wax, beeswax and shellac
      High fructose corn syrup
      Butter
      Pasteurized cream, water, lactic Acid
      Sugar
      Shortening
      Canola Oil, Hydrogenated cottonseed oil, citric acid
      Eggs
      Contains less than 2% of 6 other ingredients
      traceability
    • 55. a tale of two ingredients
      gum arabic
      vanillia
      traceability
      food additives
      processor
      candy maker
      candy maker
      extracts manufacturer
    • 56. traceability
    • 57. traceability
    • 58. traceability
    • 59. Instant traceability
      &
      recall mgt
      • shop floor data collection
      • 60. human machine interface (HMI)
      • 61. mobile device operations
      • 62. OEE reporting
      • 63. rejection tracking
      • 64. machine integration (SCADA)
      • 65. allergen control
      • 66. production scheduling
      • 67. pick, pack & ship
      • 68. graphical product genealogy
      • 69. extended supply chain tracking
      • 70. lot trace and trace
      • 71. allergen tracking
      • 72. reduce scope of a recall
      • 73. quickly contain tainted product
      manufacturing operations management system (MOMS)
      traceability
      MOMS
      • embedded document control
      • 74. compliance management
      • 75. electronic HACCP
      • 76. checklists / SOP’s
      • 77. corrective & preventative action
      • 78. critical control point alarm
      • 79. SPC charting
      • 80. electronic signature
      • 81. workflow
      food quality
      &
      electronic
      HACCP
      ERP
      ERP
      food safety
      Food Safety Management Solution
    • 89. enterprise food safety management & ERP
    • 90. “The Cloud”
      Research
      Maps
      Business
      Software
    • 91. Benefits of Cloud
    • 92.
    • 93. twitter:
      blog: foodsafteymanagement.wordpress.com
      Jon Cowan – jlcowan@plex.com
      Tom Nessen – tnessen@plex.com