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AIFST Webinar: Demystifying statistical process control

  • 28 Apr 2021
  • 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Via Zoom

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AIFST Webinar: Demystifying statistical process control

Date: Wednesday April 28th 

Time: 3pm - 4pm AEST

CPD Points: 1

Overview: 

Process control measures allow food businesses to produce more consistent products resulting in less downtime and less waste.

As quality professionals we are often expected to help develop these tools; some GFSI standards are directly requiring them.

The word ‘statistical’ can become a block in itself as this sounds very complex and difficult.

As this webinar will explore though, the tools in themselves are relatively easy to use once we understand the basic principles.

Presenter: Dr Andreas Klieber, FAIFST, GAICD

Andreas is the managing director for QAPartners and CEO of QATraining (RTO 41341). QAPartners is a progressive company providing professional services in the quality and food safety sector.

He has worked in the food industry and University sector for over 30 years, having held senior technical management roles with Australian and UK retailers.

Andreas graduated from the University of New South Wales, Australia with a BSc (Hons 1) and PhD in Food Science and Technology.

Following postdoctoral research in Canada, he lectured and undertook further research for 13 years in horticulture and food technology with the Universities of Queensland and Adelaide.

Andreas gained in depth understanding of retail technical and quality management through his 3-year role with the Marks & Spencer in the UK and Coles Supermarkets for 7 years.

Andreas is focussed on helping companies resolve complex issues, improving organisational quality culture and management systems and training team members at all levels of organisations.

He has a strong background and skills helping clients focus on brand protection, risk mitigation and getting quality right first time every time.



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