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Stastical Sampling Methodology for Food Safety Testing

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"Which Statistical Sampling Methodology is the Most Reliable to Validate Food Safety" with Eduardo Lopez, Ph.D. of NCA Europa.

Dr. Lopez earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, and a Master’s Degree in Numerical Methods, and a Master’s Degree in Operations Research, and a Ph.D. in Food Systems Management with a minor in Technology Assessment at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
His expertise is in Quality Engineering in automobile, plastics, pharaceutical and food manufacturing sectors.
Since 1982 he has promoted the use of statistical tools for decision making in manufacturing and service environments and extended his consulting activities to Latin America, Spain and Portugal in the early 1990’s. 
From 2003 to 2008, the Secretary of Economy of Mexico appointed him to the ISO Committee.
Dr. Lopez directs, NCA Europa headquartered in Monterrey, Mexico and  GRUPO SINERGIA, Mexico City.
1. Introduction of Dr. Eduardo Lopez.
2. The need to screen finished products in food production.
3. The traditional food safety statistical sampling methodology.
4. How to design a statistically valid sampling plan for pathogen testing of produce in pre-harvest or finished product.
5. Dr. Lopez's suggestions for designing quality sampling plans.
Eduardo López, Ph.D.
Director General
Mississippi 231-A Pte.
Colonia Del Valle
Garza Garcia, N.L. 66220  MEXICO