Tuesday, 7 May 2019
12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
 
Managing day to day food safety can be a challenge in itself, however, trying to identify shifts in food safety risks can be even harder. In today’s rapidly changing world it can be difficult to identify trends and patterns and to sort the true risk from the newest fashionable threat. Understanding the changes in the environment and looking at the shift in agricultural practises and food production can provide a window into the future and potential emerging risks.               
        
In the presentation, Jasmine Lacis Lee will explore a wide range of food safety risks, old and new, and most importantly what tools there are to identify potential changes in food safety risks to your business. She will examine global patterns, the impact of climate change and the advent of new challenges for the food industry.
 
 
 

Jasmine Lacis-Lee - Food Safety Manager – Microbiology & Allergens, DTS Food Assurance
 
Jasmine currently works for DTS Food Assurance as their Food Safety Manager – Microbiology and Allergens. In this role, she is responsible for providing guidance to the food industry with relation to result interpretation, mitigating microbiological and allergen risks in facilities and providing training to clients. She began her career in the food industry more than 20 years ago working as a microbiologist in a commercial food testing laboratory.
In 1998, Jasmine joined Parmalat, holding various roles in her time there including managing the NATA accredited Microbiology Laboratory, and held roles such as National Pathogen Laboratory Manager and the company’s Senior Microbiologist.
In this role, she was charged with writing and implementing the company’s first National Allergen Management Plan and testing regime in the early 2000’s, along with providing support on other microbiological and food safety risks in the business.
In 2013, Jasmine moved to Coca Cola Amatil’s largest facility in QLD as Food Safety Manager, responsible for the management of the laboratory team, the sites quality system and providing technical support with regard to quality and equipment validation. Jasmine was also elected as a Director to the Allergen Bureau Board in 2018, where she is able to continue her support to the industry in producing safer food for consumers.
 
 
Please note you will need internet access for the session, log in details will be emailed through the day before the webinar. 
 
Tickets:
AIFST Members: Complimentary
Non-Member: $20.00
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