Broadcast Date: April 15, 2020
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The American Society of Brewing Chemists, in partnership with Master Brewers Association and the Pink Boots Society, presents a special webinar on how you can effectively respond to issues related to COVID-19.
The coronavirus causing COVID-19 is impacting all facets of life. Join us for a presentation with Dr. Tatiana Lorca, RD&E Food Safety and Quality Program Leader for the Global Food and Beverage division of Ecolab. She will be presenting on what everyone needs to do to protect themselves and their businesses. She will be focusing on standard infection prevention practices, training and compliance in brewing and service operations will help keep your employees and customers safe. Together, we can help combat the spread of COVID-19. Please join us on April 15th at 1 pm for a presentation on the coronavirus and how to keep yourself healthy.
About the Presenter
Dr. Tatiana A. Lorca
RD&E Food Safety & Quality Program, Ecolab
Dr. Tatiana A. Lorca is the RD&E Food Safety & Quality Program Leader for the Global Food & Beverage division of Ecolab. She is in charge of developing audits, training, consulting services and scientific support for the supply chain from farm to fork and working with multiple internal divisions to assure internal staff compliance to international food safety certification programs.
Previously, Dr. Lorca served as senior manager of food safety education and training and manager of supply chain quality assurance. Dr. Lorca began her career in 2007 within Ecolab’s EcoSure Division as manager of supply chain quality assurance. Before joining Ecolab, she held positions at BSI Management Systems Americas, Inc. and the SQF Institute (A Division of the Food Marketing Institute) coordinating and delivering food safety training and certification programs for the Americas.
She is a member of the safety committee for the Master Brewers Association of the Americas, the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), the Consumer Goods Forum Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Technical Working Groups, and a member of the advisory council of the Food Science Department at Virginia Tech. Dr. Lorca graduated with a master’s and doctoral degree in Food Science and Technology from Virginia Tech. She is a registered SQF Consultant and Trainer, HACCP, FSSC 22000 and Preventive Controls for Human Foods trainer. In addition, she holds a Food Safety HACCP Manager certification from the National Registry of Food Safety Professionals.