ATP testing vs. Other Types of Tests for Environmental Surfaces with Joshua Jones, founder of Fish&Loaves Food Safety Consulting.
After beginning his career in quality assurance as an internal quality process auditor for a medical device manufacturer, Joshua applied his education and quality background in medical device manufacturing into the food industry as a food safety and quality specialist, regulatory consultant, trainer and sanitarian for a privately owned vegetable grower and processor as well as an international ingredients manufacturer.
Joshua possesses a Bachelor’s in Biology with a minor in Biochemistry from the University of South Carolina. Joshua is a certified Safe Quality Food practitioner and auditor for both the ISO 22000 food safety and ISO 9001 quality management systems. He is a registered ServSafe instructor and proctor and conducts these trainings on basic sanitation practices and principles for the restaurant industry.
1. Introduction. 2. Why test a food contact surface for bacterial contamination? 3. What is ATP technology? 3. What are the advantages/disadvantages of ATP testing? 4. How does ATP testing compare with traditional methods? 5. What are the audit guidelines regarding ATP testing? 6. How does a manager engage ATP testing? 7. What types decisions are driven by ATP testing? 8. Fish&Loaves Food Safety Consulting products and services.
Joshua Jones Fish&Loaves Food Safety Consulting Lexington SC 803-378-2369 email@example.com