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What Does it Take to Implement a HACCP Plan?

Originally aired: February 13th, 2024 at 12pm CST

In the food industry, failing to meet the compliance and safety demands of the industry can result in fines, legal headaches, and serious damage to your company’s reputation. 

But for decades, the industry has utilized Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) guidelines to help companies take preventative measures and mitigate these risks.

In this on-demand Rootwurks webinar, you can hear HACCP expert Kathy Knutson of Kathy Knutson Food Safety Consulting LLC and Chase Eastman, the CEO and founder of Rootwurks discuss the steps companies need to take to implement HACCP guidelines, and how the right education and training resources can make all the difference when building a culture of safety in the workplace.

About this Webinar

In the food industry, safety risks abound and can jeopardize operations for even the most well-oiled companies.  

By putting the right preventative measures in place, companies can prevent these risks from stopping the workflow - or posing a danger to the business, customers, and consumers.

But what does it take to implement a HACCP plan and make sure your whole team is on the same page?

In this on-demand Rootwurks webinar, HACCP expert Kathy Knutson of Kathy Knutson Food Safety Consulting LLC and Chase Eastman, the CEO and founder of Rootwurks, discuss what companies need to do to implement a HACCP plan and how education and training resources can make this often challenging process much easier.


Who Can Benefit?

The safety risks posed by food manufacturing can endanger employees and customers alike. This webinar can benefit anyone who wants to know more about how HACCP guidelines can help create a culture of food safety, what team members - from management to the front line - can implement HACCP, and which resources can make the whole process much, much easier. 

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Viewers will gain expert insight on:

  • The importance of HACCP training - and how it can help your business  
  • The steps to take to implement a HACCP plan
  • The role of management in creating and implementing a HACCP plan 
  • The importance of record-keeping and documentation procedures in HACCP 
  • The education and training resources developed by Rootwurks to help companies understand and implement HACCP plans

Meet Your Speakers

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Chase Eastman - Founder and CEO | Rootwurks

Chase Eastman has more than 15 years of experience in food manufacturing courseware development and workforce training, including in senior leadership roles at Alchemy Systems, the global leader in food manufacturing safety and compliance. His expertise in workplace safety and training in food manufacturing has played an integral role in the founding of Rootwurks. 

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Kathy Knutson - Kathy Knutson Food Safety Consulting 

Kathy Knutson, Ph.D., PCQI , is the former Chair of the Education Committee for the National Cannabis Industry Association and author of Food Safety Lessons for Cannabis-Infused Edibles. Knutson is certified in HACCP, a Lead Instructor for FDA-mandated PCQIs, and consults with companies on subjects ranging from microbial risk assessments to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance.

Our Webinar Partners

This event would not be possible without our partners’ insight and years of experience.

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Hosted by Rootwurks

Rootwurks is an e-learning and risk management company built by a team of experts with more than 100 years of combined knowledge and experience in compliance and safety training. After many years spent in senior roles at one of the largest food safety training companies in the country, our founders launched Rootwurks and built the Rootwurks Learning Experience Platform (LXP) to help companies navigate the complex and crucial safety and compliance demands in industries as varied and challenging as cannabis and food.