Building an Effective Metal Detection Program - METTLER TOLEDO
Webový seminár na objednávku

Building an Effective Metal Detection Program

Webový seminár na objednávku
In today’s increasingly competitive marketplace, consumers point to safety as their number one concern; the need to operate an effective metal detection program has never been more essential.

Mettler-Toledo Safeline experts lead the way in metal detection technology, this FREE 1 hour webinar will cover the basic principles of metal detection through to the implementation of a comprehensive program. All registered webinar attendees will also receive a complimentary copy of “Reduction of Metal Contamination – Building an Effective Program”, the newly published, 63-page definitive industry guide for all those involved in understanding and implementing metal detection technology.

A safety recall can have a devastating impact on both your brand and your business. According to a Harris Interactive (Rochester, NY) survey of 2,563 adults conducted on April 10th, 2007, a safety or health recall of a food product they currently use would have the following impact:

  • 50% would switch brands at least temporarily
  • 15% would never purchase the product again
  • 21% would avoid any product with the recalled brand

At the completion of this webinar, you’ll have the answers to the following questions:

  • How do metal detectors work?
  • How can you build an effective metal detection program?
  • What are some best practices being employed by major food manufacturers today?

Take a step forward in making your products safe from metal contamination – register today for this FREE webinar by clicking the link above.

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