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Managing Risk, Recalls, and Traceability in the Food Industry
Management of enterprise risk, recalls and traceability differentiates food and beverage manufacturers in crowded market verticals that operate on razor-thin margins. We cover it all in our new e-book, helping to put you on the right track.
Aug 30th, 2021
OSHA Alliance Takes Steps to Protect Grain Handlers
The agreement helps train agribusiness workers on six specific hazards.
Jul 14th, 2021
Texas Tortilla Factory Fined $218K for Repeated Amputation Dangers
A factory south of Austin has been cited again for the same violations it incurred following investigations in 2015 and 2018.
Jun 16th, 2021
Spice Importer Fined $122K for Numerous Hazards at Alabama Facility
iSpice was cited for exposing workers to amputation, struck-by, crushed-by and electrical hazards.
Apr 26th, 2021
OSHA Still Investigating Fatal Poultry Leak in Georgia
The agency said it has received a complaint about the existence of hazards that it will address.
Apr 5th, 2021
JBS Fined Again for COVID Violations
Meat supplier JBS' Green Bay location was fined earlier in October, and a Texas location was included in OSHA's latest fines.
Nov 2nd, 2020
OSHA Fines Smithfield, JBS for Lack of Worker Virus Protection
OSHA said at least 1,294 Smithfield workers contracted COVID-19 and four employees died from it in the spring.
Sep 11th, 2020
OSHA, FDA Develop Food Mfg Safety Checklist
The agencies say the checklist useful for persons growing, harvesting, packing, manufacturing, processing or holding human and animal food regulated by FDA.
Aug 20th, 2020
OSHA, NAMI Form Alliance to Protect Meatpacking Workers
The agencies will develop information on recognizing coronavirus transmission risks and best practices for preventing transmission.
Aug 17th, 2020
OSHA Outlines Trump Order Enforcement
The agency will take into account good faith attempts to follow the new Joint Meat Processing Guidance that may aid in processors' legal matters.
Apr 29th, 2020