How good is your EMP sampling plan? Is it meaningful, statistically sound, and efficient?
Find out by watching AEMTEK’s President, Dr. Florence Wu, and Microbiologist, Morgan Young, in this Environmental Monitoring Webinar. Discover the do’s and don’ts of EMP sampling and learn how to take meaningful samples.
During this webinar, Dr. Wu & Miss Young will cover key elements of a Sampling Plan and how to maximize its efficiency, including:
✓ What type of environmental samples to take (i.e. air, surface, etc.) ✓ How many samples your plan should include ✓ When to take samples ✓ How to take environmental samples ✓ A statistical approach to sampling for your environmental monitoring program
Who Should Attend:
Food Safety management
Procurement/Supply chain managers
Meet the Instructors
Florence Wu, Ph.D.
Dr. Wu has been managing AEMTEK’s analytical services since 2002. She has over 30 years of academic and work experience with various groups of bacteria and fungi. Dr. Wu’s hands-on work experience includes food and environmental microbiology testing, environmental sampling, microbial identification, laboratory management, and quality assurance. She has published numerous scientific papers and has given lectures and presentations on subjects related to food microbiology. Dr. Wu has extensive experience in microbial contamination control, sampling and testing methodologies.
Morgan earned her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from North Carolina State University. Morgan has several years of research and industry experience in foodborne pathogen presence and persistence, primarily in the produce industry. During her time at the university research level, Morgan facilitated many food safety and environmental monitoring trainings for growers and producers. Before joining AEMTEK, Morgan spent time at a reputable food manufacturer, where she was responsible for designing and implementing the environmental monitoring program for a joint USDA/FDA operation. Morgan has obtained her Produce Safety Alliance Grower Certification and is a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI).