Tackle Any Challenge with Confidence
November 8th | 10 AM MT
Mistakes happen. Any given day, the food and beverage industry can experience a multitude of challenges. Let’s say a supplier ships a product out of specification and the customer requests a Corrective Action Report (CAR). The supplier will need to do perform a root cause analysis (RCA) and present their findings through a Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA). Does your team know how to perform an RCA so that the non-conformance does not recur? How you address the challenges comes down to how you’ve prepared for it, your method for addressing it, and then your response to correct.
Join this webinar, led by SME Sara Jane Bellocchi to take a deep dive into root cause analysis. You’ll take away actionable steps, backed by foundational knowledge of the when, why, and how you can use practical tools to perform RCA.
Your team can manage every detail without losing the big picture with a suite of solutions in Supplier Compliance including supplier scorecards, automating CARs and tracking, integration with ingredient specifications, and automation of COA input. With Quality Management, your team can act and quickly resolve CARs. Digitization your data, automate workflows and notifications to help manage plant floor processes. With Audit Management, streamline the way you manage supplier audits, internal audits, and CARs. There are many layers to your supply chain, each requires specific actions.
In this webinar, you’ll discover:
- A better understanding of the difference between symptoms and a root cause analysis (RCA)
- A better understanding of the role and importance of RCA in compliance with GFSI Standards
- How to be able to perform RCA and document it effectively
- Practical tools for Root Cause Analysis
Sara Jane Bellocchi
Functional Consultant | TraceGains
Sara Jane has led R&D, quality, and regulatory teams throughout the NPD lifecycle from innovation to commercialization. She has over 10 years of experience in the natural foods industry and an educational background in Nutrition Science and International Food Law and Regulations. Her professional designations include Lead Instructor for the FSPCA Preventive Controls Qualified Individuals (PCQI), BRCGS Professional, and Certified Food Safety and Quality Auditor (CFSQA) through the American Society for Quality (ASQ). She works as a Networked Ingredients Functional Consultant for TraceGains guiding our Strategic Accounts through continuous improvement projects and streamlining their quality and R&D initiatives.