CSNM Webinar - Nutritious Food Does Not Equal Safe Food
19-Oct-2017 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Nutritious Food Does Not Equal Safe Food - Margaret Spence Krewen

Date   :  October 19, 2017  
Time   :  1 :00 PM ET /  10:00 AM PT 
- Earn 1 CSNM Point for Competency 5.0
- Cost: Free to CSNM Members 
You must attend the live webinar to receive a CE point. Telephone/audio only does not log your attendance.



Developing a Strong Food Safety Culture
¨ Top 4 Foodborne Illnesses
¨ Top Foodborne Outbreaks Reported in Canada
¨ In the news…. A look back at some of the recalls and outbreaks from 2017


About Margaret Spence Krewen

Margaret Spence Krewen is a passionate and skilled trainer whose professional expertise has enriched everyone from large corporations to progressive individuals.

As Corporate Trainer and Educational Supervisor with TrainCan, Inc. Margaret provides Advanced.fst® and Basics.fst® food safety training to all levels of employees, including owners, managers, chefs and food servers. A key contributor to the development of TrainCan, Inc.’s Train-the- Trainer Food Safety Training Program, Margaret also facilitates these highly interactive, one day sessions to clients across Canada.

Most recently Margaret served as a key contributor to development of the Emergency Readiness BASICS for the Food Industry course. In 2012 she lead the innovative Food Allergen Training BASICS for the Foodservice and Food Retail Industry coursebook project, providing technical writing, editing and layout design work. Margaret also teaches these programs in public sessions and for private clients.

Margaret has a conglomerate background that includes human resources management, personnel training and performance management at various companies including The Keg Corporation, Chrysalis and BMG Music.

Based in Toronto and with over two decades of business experience under her belt, Margaret is adept at facilitating engaging and informative food safety training workshops with her specialized culinary and hospitality skills and extensive H/R knowledge: a leader whom clients can relate to and trust implicitly.

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