International Association for Food Protection (iafp) 2019
Booth Number: 144
LOCATION: Kentucky International Convention Center, Louisville, Kentucky
Ecolab is proud to be a participant in the 2019 IAFP Annual Meeting. This event is attended by more than 3,600 of the top industry, academic, and governmental food safety professionals from around the world and provides attendees with information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, and innovative solutions to new and recurring problems.
Sunday, July 21 - Wednesday, July 23
Join us at Booth #144 to connect with Food Safety Experts and to better understand how we can partner with you to address your food safety challenges.
Friday, July 19 & Saturday, July 20
- Jeremy Adler, PhD, Ecolab Senior Technical Support Coordinator: "Developing Environmental Monitoring Programs for Small and Midsize Processors"
Tuesday, July 23 8:30am
- Rick Stokes, Ecolab Area Technical Support Manager: "Supply Chain Verification of a Sanitation Program"
Wednesday, July 24
- 9:15am - 9:30am, Jeremy Adler, PhD, Ecolab Senior Technical Support Coordinator: "Validation of Immersion Versus Electrostatic Spraying with Commercial Antimicrobials Against Unstressed and Acid-, Starvation-, or Cold-Stress Adapted Campylobacter jejuni on Broiler Wings, and Related Cost Effectiveness Analysis”
- 11:45am - 12:15pm, Sima Hussein, Ecolab Director of Food Safety & Customer Standards: “Digital Analytic Tools for Improved Process Control, New Ways to Train, Drive, and Verify Sanitation Process Compliance”
Meet the ecolab experts at IAFP
RUTH PETRAN, PHD
Dr. Ruth Petran is Vice President of Food Safety and Public Health for Ecolab and currently is an Executive Board member of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). In her current role, Dr. Petran provides technical expertise and consultation to internal and external customers on food safety and public health issues, by identifying and tracking emerging food safety trends and new control strategies. Dr. Petran is a certified food scientist with a bachelor's degree in Consumer Food Science from Cornell University, a master's degree in Food Science from the University of Minnesota, and a doctorate in Public Health from the University of Minnesota.