I’m proud to be awarded Member of the Month for March, 2018 over at the International Food Safety and Quality Network, a community of food professionals sharing knowledge about food safety, equipment, certifications, and support.
From their about page:
The IFSQN was founded in 2003 to provide food safety practitioners with an online platform for sharing knowledge and information and to enable collaboration on the effective implementation, operation and continual improvement of food safety management systems. Twelve years on this remains our primary goal. As food safety regulations continue to develop and third party food safety certification standards are mandated globally the importance of the IFSQN has never been greater.
The IFSQN website attracts well over 1,500 unique visitors every day and we also distribute the popular Food Safety Talk newsletter to over 25,000 subscribers each and every week.
Our discussion forums are unique and unrivaled anywhere in the world; with over 40,000 members creating an archive of over 80,000 posts as well as 1’000’s of files and documents to assist members old and new.
Each year we run the popular Food Safety Live online conference which brings together thousands of food safety practitioners for a free day of learning and in January 2015 we began running weekly complimentary educational webinars for our members.
If you work in food check it out, the forum archive has an amazing array of topics, and there are some very talented people on there helping out for free purely to help other manufacturers produce safe food. It’s like VIN for food professionals, and that’s pretty awesome.
I get a sweet new mug as my “trophy”. Will display proudly next to my “Where your hairnet” trophy and 2017 IFSQN MOTM award. Go contribute!
Congrats, fellow ‘mugger’… wait, probably should come up with a better name.
Haha, thanks John! Amazing, seeing your whole name I’m now like “OH! That’s what that username means” 🙂