Ecolab Food Safety Matters Webinar: July 2015

Ecolab Food Safety Matters Webinar: July 2015

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Thursday, July 16, 2015 - 2:05pm


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"When it comes to food safety, people’s attitudes, choices and behaviors are some of the most important factors influencing the overall safety of our food supply.  Think about it.  If you’re trying to improve the food safety performance of an organization, industry or region of the world, what you’re really trying to do is change peoples’ behaviors.  Simply put, food safety equals behavior," said Frank Yiannas, vice president, Food Safety & Health, Walmart Stores Inc.

Join us Tuesday, July 21st, 2015, at 1 p.m. Eastern Time as we explore this topic with Frank in our webinar,  “Keeping it Clean in 2015: Food Safety = Behavior.” We'll be discussing the impact of behavior on food safety and importantly, how to apply proven behavioral science principles to advance it. 

Frank oversees all food safety and other public heath functions for the world's largest retailer. He is a registered microbiologist with the American Academy of Microbiology and holds memberships with the National Environmental Health Association, the American Society of Microbiology and the Institute of Food Technologists.

From helping to prevent cross-contamination in food processing facilities to providing sanitation and hand hygiene programs for restaurant employees, Ecolab is a global leader in keeping food safe. 

Ecolab Food Safety Matters Webinars are hosted on the third Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m. ET.  

Hope to see you there!


About Ecolab Food Safety Matters Webinars

Ecolab’s Food Safety Matters Webinars are free monthly web presentations featuring food industry, academic, regulatory and culinary experts presenting topics surrounding the diverse aspects of food safety. Monthly webinar topics range from daily food handling situations to pest control, implications of regulatory changes, microbial risks such as norovirus, and more. For more Ecolab news and information, visit Follow us on Twitter @ecolab, on Instagram @ecolab_inc or on Facebook at