Seminar to Focus on Financial, Regulatory & Safety of Rendering15 August 2013
US - Rendered poultry by-products provide safe and sustainable value and are becoming increasingly important to today’s poultry industry. This year’s Poultry Protein & Fat Seminar will provide technological updates and useful programs for managers in all stages of the rendering process.
Sponsored by US Poultry & Egg Association and the Poultry Protein & Fat Council, the seminar will be held on 3-4 October 2013, at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee.
"There is no doubt that rendered products offer useful, sustainable value for the poultry industry. There are also financial, regulatory and safety components that are imperative to the bottom line." said program committee chairman Bo Watson, Tyson Foods, Inc.
"With topics such as Salmonella Interventions in the Rendering Plant, Financial Impact of Basic Rendering Calculations and Decisions, and Controlling Industrial Hazards in Rendering Plants, attending this year’s seminar will help ensure that you stay abreast of the latest rendering technology, equipment and management techniques," Mr Watson added.
Other program topics include A Regulatory Update; Research Funding Update; Worker Safety; Communicating with the Changing Workforce; Rendering Plant Atmosphere Best Practices; A Top Management Perspective of the Rendering Industry; Pet Food Customer Perspective; and A Virtual Plant Tour.
The agenda was developed by a program committee of industry leaders: (Seated from left): Brandon Lairmore, Pilgrim’s; Greg Drollinger, 3D Corporate Solutions; (Standing left to right): Dr. Charles Starkey, American Proteins; Dan Henson, Simmons Foods.; Bo Watson (Chairman), Tyson Foods; and Byron Kriz, Valley Proteins.
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