Many producers know the importance of compressed air in the food production process. Despite its importance, it is very easy for people to neglect the food safety of this system. It is one of the places that can cause cross-contamination to your products. Check out this week’s web seminar to understand International Organization for Standards 8573 (ISO 8573) and how it affects air systems.
Web Seminar Summary of Microbial Testing 101 for Compressed Air: Understanding ISO 8573-7
Compressed air and gases are commonly referred to as a manufacturing facility’s Fourth Utility driving the food and beverage industry, but is often overlooked as a source of contamination. International Organization for Standards 8573 (ISO 8573) provides specifications and contaminant categories for compressed air systems, with part 7 focusing on microbial contamination. The focus of this webinar session will be on utilizing ISO8573-7, understanding the science behind it, and interpreting the data results.
International Food Safety & Quality Network (IFSQN)
This is part of the IFSQN webinar series