Tag: Europe

The key ingredient in Food Safety

As Quality Manager at KMC, the Danish-based food ingredients company, Marianne Dam explains how ISO 22000 is used and the many benefits it brings to food management systems.

Helping Rotterdam Stay Cool

During extended periods of heat, urban residents are more prone to health problems; elderly people, children, and the ill are particularly vulnerable to overheating and dehydration.

Join us next week in Brussels for the ISO 22301 LI training and certification event

You are invited to join us next week in Brussels for the Certified ISO 22301 BCMS Lead Implementer training event.

Upcoming training opportunities in the USA with ContinuityLink – June 2018

Plan your training and ISO certification needs. Check out our featured training opportunities and booking options in the United States.

One dead, 13 others sick in raw cheese E. coli outbreak

French authorities have recalled all reblochon cheeses made by a site in eastern France after seven children were hospitalised with E.coli infections traced to a producer.

Food safety may be put at risk by Brexit

Food safety standards could be put at risk by Brexit if the UK quits the EU without a deal to keep exchanging information on public health issues, the Local Government Association has warned.

Upcoming training opportunities in Europe with ContinuityLink – June 2018

Plan your training and ISO certification needs. Check out our featured training opportunities and booking options in Europe.

BBC GDPR quiz: How will data privacy law affect you?

Tougher data privacy rules come into effect on Friday, impacting any organisation handling personal information linked to EU residents.

Cyber attacks on Supply Chains up significantly in 2017

2017 saw a worrying increase in ransomware and other cyberattacks targeting the supply chain.

The City of Light Embraces Resilience

Anne Hidalgo, Mayor of Paris, France explains how to nurture a resilience mindset within government, organizations and communities and how to be a flag bearer for other cities who want to adopt a similar approach.

French art gallery discovers more than half its paintings are fake

The shock discovery is made after an art historian notices buildings shown in the paintings were erected after the artist's death.

Consumers demanding supply chain visibility and performance

According to a global survey, 78% of consumers want to receive updates on the status of their orders when purchasing goods, and they won't hesitate to switch brands if supply chain performance fails to meet their expectations.