Good Testing Practice for Foreign Body Detection
Seminar
Virtual

Good Testing Practices for Foreign Body Detection

Seminar
Virtual
Live Webinar: Good Testing Practice for Foreign Body Contamination
Live Webinar: Good Testing Practice for Foreign Body Contamination

Target Audience:
Brand Owners; Food and Pharma Manufacturers and Processors; Production Managers; Quality Assurance / Quality Control Professionals; Engineering and IT Professionals

When you invest in product inspection equipment for foreign contaminant prevention, you need assurance that the equipment is continually working as expected and meets the needs required for both safety and compliance at your facility.

Our webinar: Good Testing Practice for Foreign Body Detection is focused on helping you understand the steps you need to take for a proper testing program that will satisfy your regulatory and personal requirements.

The session will:

  • Explain key terminology
  • Explore drivers behind the processes
  • Elaborate on some key good testing practices

You can also check out our full series of live webinars.

Chris Acierno
60 minutes
Thu Jun 17 2021 17:00 +0000 [ English ]






Chris Acierno
Chris Acierno

Chris Acierno
Regional Sales Manager - Southwest/Southcentral

Chris Acierno has worked in the manufacturing industry for close to 30 years. During the first nine years of his career, he was in charge of quality assurance and servicing of inspection equipment, followed by sales and sales management. He then worked for several years as product sales manager for metal detection, and has been a Regional Sales Manager for METTLER TOLEDO for the past ten years. His expertise in foreign body detection is unparalleled, and he has extensive experience traveling to customer sites and delivering seminars on topics related to developing effective metal detection programs, such as "Best Practices for Installing, Using and Testing Product Inspection Systems".



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