Facility shutdowns due to COVID-19 cases and the resulting supply chain disruption have shown the food industry that preparation for pandemics is increasingly vital to business resiliency. While COVID-19 is by far the most significant, it's the third pandemic in 18 years, the others being SARS and H1N1. This recent history solidifies that these diseases and the resulting impacts aren't going away, so to be prepared for them is essential.
Companies must take a prescriptive and practical approach that focuses on critical areas of business operations, including crisis management and supply chain risk management.
Join food safety expert Tatiana Rodriguez from AIB International to hear real-world advice from regulatory agencies and food industry executives to discover how your company can better prepare for pandemics and other significant supply chain disruptions
How companies across the supply chain can prepare for the future with protocol benchmarks.
Proactive measures that elevate critical planning for people, facilities, and production inputs.
How preparation creates significant social impacts, bottom line resiliency, and insurance benefits.