Tickets on sale for Australia’s biggest food safety event
The annual Asia Pacific Food Safety Conference (formerly the Australian HACCP Conference) will return for its 26th year on 20 August, with tickets available from 8 May. The conference brings together food safety professionals in Australia and local and international speakers to explore emerging food safety risks and discuss how the industry is meeting the challenge.
Held in Sydney from 20-22 August and hosted by the global leader in integrated risk management solutions SAI Global (saiglobal.com), the interactive three-day event kicks off with an optional food manufacturing site tour or HACCP Refresher course, followed by two days of educational talks and seminars from some of the industry’s most respected professionals – including SAI Global’s own auditors and trainers – and an exhibition.
Each year, the APAC Food Safety Conference is attended by more than two hundred delegates across the retail, agriculture, food production and manufacturing, food packaging and food service industries. This year’s attendees will hear from keynote speakers including:
• Chandaka Ratnapala, Head of Quality
• Mark Field, Head of Coles Brand
• Andy Morling, Deputy Head at the National Food Crime Unit UK
John Rowley, CEO of SAI Global Assurance says: “We’re thrilled to be bringing a high calibre of speakers to this year’s APAC Food Safety Conference. It will offer the industry a valuable discussion forum on emerging food safety risks across the APAC region. We pride ourselves on hosting the country’s most important food safety event and look forward to bringing the industry together at yet another successful event.”
The 26th APAC Food Safety Conference will be held at Doltone House, 48 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont on 20-22 August from 9am-5pm.
Early bird tickets (expire 10 June) start from $742.50 per person for 1 day and $907.50 for 2 days (excluding GST and booking fees), with additional costs for additional events and the dinner. The conference will also hold the prestigious Gala Awards Dinner which includes 4 award categories, held on 21 August at Doltone House.
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