E. coli STEC and Salmonella – still on the loose and wreaking havoc
Seminar: Thursday 27 February 2020
Campden BRI, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, GL55 6LD, UK
Members of Campden BRI: £299 + VAT
Non–members: £449 + VAT
Group discounts available on request. Contact Sian Twinning
Shiga-toxin producing E. coli (STEC) are concerning organisms for the food industry with outbreaks reported on a regular basis. In extreme cases, STEC food poisoning can be life threatening.
Though less severe, Salmonella also causes food poisoning and remains infamous for its ability to cause food safety issues. It’s therefore important to keep up to date with the latest detection methods and technologies for these virulent species.
This seminar will do just that as it will allow delegates to:
- hear about recent outbreaks from experts in industry
- discuss the latest initiatives to control these two important pathogens, and
- network with attendees from industry
Delegates will hear from experts in industry. This includes Prof. Roberto La Ragione from the University of Surrey who will cover the latest diagnostics and control strategies for STEC.
Who should attend?
It is perfect for microbiologists, food safety managers, scientific equipment and media manufacturers, hygiene teams, technical managers, retailers and foodservice professionals.
Please note that copies of the presentations will not be available on the day but will be emailed within a few days of the event as an electronic download in PDF format.
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