Food Safety Summit Exhibitor Showcase Presentation


Behind the Certificate of Analysis:  
Risk Assessment in Pathogen testing methods

It is important to know how the results on a Certificate of Analysis are obtained. All pathogen methods are not the same and therefore the quality of the result can vary. This presentation will provide a risk assessment of different pathogen detection methods using a Failure Modes and Effect Analysis and will discuss how method risk impacts confidence in a COA. This presentation demonstrates how Failure Modes Effect Analysis (FMEA) can be used as a tool to evaluate and compare methodologies, so you can have more confidence in the ingredients & products that are essential for your products. 

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