On Demand Webinars

Build International Confidence with ISO 17025 Accreditation


Presenter(s): Bill Hirt, Ph.D., Director of Accreditation for ANAB (formerly called ACLASS)

We often speak generally of the global technical community, but ISO 17025 accreditation makes each accredited laboratory feel connected to the practical everyday operation of that community. With ever-growing science and technology, manufactured and agricultural materials, telecommunications, internet, cybersecurity, weapons, explosives, drugs, medicines and our homeland security operations, we need to have confidence that materials are sampled well and tested appropriately, and that measurement tools are well calibrated. The oversight and coordination of all calibration and testing are standardized and managed through ISO, ILAC, and labs accredited to ISO 17025. Tune in to learn more.

Learn the basic requirements for becoming an ISO 17025-accredited laboratory

Grasp the importance and relevance of ISO 17025 accreditation for food safety/quality

Understand the benefits of accreditation and receive practical advice on avoiding pitfalls Adopt ATCC proficiency testing programs to support ISO 17025 accreditation

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

FSMA Fridays

SafetyChain Software

Presenter(s): SafetyChain Software

Stay up to date to with SafetyChain’s monthly live webcasts with Dr. David Acheson and The Acheson Group.

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

FSQA Tech Talks

SafetyChain Software

Presenter(s): SafetyChain Software

Online webinar series examining how FSQA enabling technology are being utilized to conquer food safety and quality challenges.

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

NonTargeted Screening For Food Fraud Webinar


Presenter(s): Robert Parker, Food Solutions Development Leader at PerkinElmer

Adulteration for economic gain has been on the rise in recent years. While real-time detection is great for testing known unknowns, how do you begin testing for those things that you don't know...the unknown unknowns? During this 15 minute webinar, Robert Packer, Food Solutions Development Leader at PerkinElmer shares the latest in nontargeted screening and why if you are not doing it today, you should be.

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

Cleaning Validation Techniques

International Products Corp.

Presenter(s): Michelle Christian

International Products Corporation conducted a webinar to discuss "Cleaning Validation Techniques." The 30-minute webinar reviews a summary of quantitative and qualitative validation cleaning techniques for both FDA and non-FDA customers. It is followed by questions and answers submitted during the live telecast.

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

Improved Identification of Pesticides Using Atmospheric Pressure Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry

Waters Corporation

Presenter(s): Kelly Dorweiler, M.Sc., Sr. Scientist Medallion Laboratories

Mass spectrometry offers residue chemists the ability to discriminate against thousands of peaks, identifying trace-level residues in a variety of food matrices, but can result in false positives or -negatives. The use of atmospheric pressure ionization gas chromatography (APGC) allows for better identification of residues using atmospheric pressure ionization. This technique, coupled with high-resolution quadrupole time of flight mass spectrometry, provides the ability to confidently identify analytes in challenging food matrices.

This presentation will provide:

  • An explanation of how APGC works under dry and wet source conditions
  • A comparison of mass spectrometry approaches
  • Examples of how APGC produces selective peaks for certain pesticides prone to excessive fragmentation in the presence of complex food matrices

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

Accessible Mass Detection for Food Testing: From Nutritional Composition to Contaminants Testing

Waters Corporation

Presenter(s): Antonietta Wallace, MSCi, Senior Market Development Manager, Food & Environmental Business Operations, Waters Corporation

Mass detection is complementary to traditional detectors used for liquid chromatography and, in some cases, has begun to replace previous detection methods. It offers the opportunity to decrease detection limits, as well as obtain mass spectral information on the components in the sample. The combination of both chromatographic retention time and mass information results in increased selectivity for the analysis of compounds in food. In this webinar, we will present mass detection methods, including the analysis of vitamins, non-nutritive sweeteners, food colors, and mycotoxins.

Learn How The Addition of Mass Detection Can:

  • Simplify matrix complexity
  • Extend detection capabilities
  • Enhance confidence in compound identification

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

Environmental Control Through the Use of Indicator Sites


Presenter(s): John Butts, Land O’Frost

Sample6 is proud to present John Butts, Vice President of Research at Land O' Frost and renowned expert in Listeria prevention. John's techniques and expertise have been leveraged across the food industry. John will share his methodology about the use of indicator sites to predict potential environmental pathogen issues before they reach a contact surface or product. Please join us for an insightful discussion.

To view or register for this webinar, go here.

Food Safety Magazine
Featured Products

DairyGuard Milk Powder Analyzer

DairyGuard(tm) Milk Powder Analyzer applies advanced algorithms to screen for known and unknown econ …


Food Allergen ELISA Test Kits

The principle of the assays are double antibody sandwich ELISAs utilizing a single prep procedure fo …


LCMS-8060 Triple Quadrupole Liquid Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer

The LCMS-8060 has redefined LC-MS/MS detection limits and quantitative capabilities. With new ion fo …



Sample6 Further Modernizes Food Safety by Launching Its First iPad App

Sample6 today announced the launch of an easy-to-use CONTROL™ iOS application to address the needs of today’s workers and give food companies a way to equip their staff with all of the safety testing data they need on the fly.


Metl-Span Introduces FRP CleanSeam

The fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) CleanSeam insulated metal panel wall and ceiling system is engineered to address the sweeping reforms created by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011.


Shimadzu Announces New Electron Capture Detector With Contact-Free Technology

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments has announced the release of its new ECD-2010 Exceed electron capture detector (ECD).


White Papers

The Critical Role of FSQA Enabling Technologies for Today’s Food Safety and Quality Operations

Gain insights on how emerging food safety and quality technologies are bringing fundamental, crit ...


Milk Authenticity- Organic vs. Non-organic

With increasing concerns over contaminants in milk, both intentionally and unintentionally added, a ...


Use of NIR Spectroscopy and Adulterant Screen for the Detection of Common Milk Adulterants

The value of milk on the open market is linked to its protein content, and standard methods for prot ...


Login Form

Forget your password?

Create Login


May we keep you up to date with other communications?


Concerned about your privacy?

Refine Your Search

Search in: