How Blockchain Will Become the Basis for An Integrated Food Safety System (IFFS)
March 18, 2021
10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
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If you have been wondering what all this jazz about Blockchain is or how it might impact your position in the food supply chain, you need to take and hour to learn what's going on.
In this webinar, blockchain will be simply described and the likely food safety and quality inputs to this invoicing system are likely to determine your company's financial future.
As the large tier 1 companies like Walmart (and Kroger, Unilever, Nestle, Dole, and many others) adopt blockchain, the likelihood that all food supply chain players are destined to be forced into participation is very high.
Coupled with national (FDA FSMA and USDA) and international (ISO 22000 and ISO 22005) food safety and traceability standards that are forced down through supply chain players, chain of custody systems establish financial based compliance that supports enforcement and liability and strengthens business relationships and practices.
Such systems are quick to eliminate or back burner companies who will not or cannot establish preventive food safety systems.
Why you should Attend:
Rest assured, blockchain is in your future. And, this trend has NOTHING to do with Bitcoin.
"Block Chain is believed to be the next big technological disruption that would impact multiple industries including food safety and logistics. The nature of the logistics business demands that the LSPs (Logistics Service Providers) coordinate with multiple parties in the ecosystem including Shippers, Consignee, Carriers, Infrastructure Service Providers, Equipment Service Providers for successful movement of goods."
Blockchain verifies proof of transactions. A blockchain for business is a private, permissioned network with known identities and without the need for cryptocurrencies.
In this webinar, we will show how a basic invoice level blockchain can be used to build an integrated food safety system (IFFS) that requires supply chain players to meet contractual business and food safety requirements in order to establish a financially based chain of custody system.
Inputs to this new traceability initiative allow for payers to designate and comply with multiple contractual requirements from the farm through transportation, distribution, processing, packing and into customers. Virtually all players are captured.
You will learn how risk levels and probable supply chain failure points can be calculated in the event of recalls, and how fast traceability can be accomplished to put a lid on the expansion of recall impact.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Understand Blockchain Basics (What is blockchain?)
- Understand chain of custody
- What are “smart contracts”
- Understand “Hyperledger”
- Find out who is using blockchain
- Food Provenance as a new way of looking at food safety
- Know how your company will be impacted
- Prepare to fulfill input requirements
- Understand Fraud prevention
- Review what is in store for Integrated Food Safety Systems (IFFS)
- Prepare your company to meet new traceability and supply chain requirements
- Learn how your food safety data will be required to predict your potential for recall
- See how blockchain fits into international and U.S. legal requirements
- Understand the impact that blockchain and chain of custody will have on your business
- Understand risk ranking and where your company fits in the supply chain
- Food supply chain upper management personnel
- Financial personnel
- Inventory personnel
- All registered food facilities food safety and quality personnel
- Organic and other special food producers and processors
- Managers in retail and restaurant operations
- Compliance officers
- Import personnel
- Food logistics professionals
- Sales and marketing personnel
Dr. John Ryan's quality system career has spanned the manufacturing, food, transportation and Internet industries over the past 30 years. He has worked and lived extensively throughout Asia and the U.S. at the corporate and facility levels for large and small companies as a turn-around specialist. His clients have included Seagate Technology, Read-Rite, Destron IDI, Intel, and GSS-Array. He has consulted, taught at the university graduate level, and is a retired quality assurance administrator from the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture.
He holds a Ph.D. and has been involved in the quality profession for over 30 years on an international basis and in a variety of industries. He designed and piloted the United States first RFID enabled farm to retail traceability system in the nation while working with Motorola, Lowry Systems and other well-known industry companies. He has published over forty papers on quality systems and has recently published a book for Elsevier Press entitled "Guide to Food Safety and Quality During Transportation: Controls, Standards and Practices". He previously published "The Quality Team Concept in Total Quality Control" with the American Society for Quality. He began Ryan Systems over ten years ago.
Ryan Systems works with some of the world's leading equipment, hardware, software, training and integration companies in the business. We are closely connected with food safety and other audit activities and can begin an initial assessment of your capabilities and needs.
Ryan Systems works with partners whose products have proven themselves to be positioned for future quality system needs.