Amit is a results-driven Quality & Food Safety professional, leveraging in-depth knowledge of FSMA, SQF, HACCP and Six Sigma. He is experienced in building a Customer Centric Culture of Quality, via employee engagement and positive reinforcement. Passionate about Continuous Improvement at work & personal career development. Amit brings with him 20+ years’ experience across 10+ product categories with key strengths as follows:
|¨ Visionary||¨ Strategic Planning||¨ Problem Solving|
|¨ Employee Engagement||¨ People Development||¨ Customer Satisfaction|
|¨ Project Management||¨ Innovation||¨ Regulatory Compliance|
Since 2019, Amit has been with Bunge Canada, leading Quality & Food Safety (QFS) function for 9 manufacturing locations (3 direct reports and 9 indirect reports). Prior to this, Amit was PepsiCo foods’ Regional Quality Food Safety Manager (RQFSM), supporting 8 Frito Lay & Quaker plants in Canada on FSMA everyday audit readiness, Quality and Food Safety Initiatives.
Previously Amit lead Quality initiatives for Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee, Kraft Canada Inc., and other multinationals. Amit has numerous GFSI-recognized designations and an MBA Food & Agribusiness from the University of Guelph and a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Technology from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
Day 1: Jun 7, 2021
PANEL DISCUSSION: CREATING A CULTURE OF FOOD SAFETY
Instilling A Food Safety Culture to Reduce Risk and Increase Customer Satisfaction
‘Food Safety’ may be the name of a department, but the whole organization plays a part. Lead your company in developing a safety-oriented culture and cement senior management’s support. Establish a culture of food safety by:
- Understanding the approaches of successful companies that achieve high grades for safety
- Recognizing the signs and symptoms of a failed Food Safety Management System (FSMS)
- Learning from real examples of a true food safety culture
Master the success factor of the most safety-oriented companies and establish your own culture of food safety.
Day 2: Jun 8, 2021