cold chain compliance


26 – 27 JANUARY 2021

This week we have two live workshops talking about compliance challenges in the cold chain. Day one will focus on health and safety matters, while day two will look at food safety.


TUES 26 JAN 2021

In association with


Michael Brown, Health & Safety Consultant, Citation

Michael will identify the areas of key focus for the sector post Brexit, along with advice and guidance on remaining compliant with the ongoing Covid-19 inspection regime.

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Tarek Hayat, Managing Director, Goldfreeze

2020 has seen the need for PPE increase with the arrival of Covid-19. Not only do cold chain businesses need to protect their staff from low temperatures in the workplace, they now have to conform to government regulations and ensure covid safe environments. Tarek tells us more.

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Dr Rob Lamb, Sales & Marketing Director, Star Refrigeration

Refrigerants are at the heart of our industry and Rob Lamb takes a look at the high GWP refrigerants, their associated safety risks and progress under F-Gas regulations. Is there a future for this type of refrigerant in a net zero world?

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Erica Colson, EMEA Food Sector Propositions Manager, bsi

Erica introduces the newly released ISO for temperature controlled distribution. Find out what this means for your business and how you can become accredited.

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Cold Chain Federation Technical & Safety Expert Group

Tom Southall, CCF Policy Director and Kerry Broadhead, Health & Safety Manager, The Ice Co Storage & Distribution lead the discussions about key guidance from the Federation.

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WEDS 27 JAN 2021 10:30 – 12:00

Food Standards Agency

Today we are joined by the Food Standards Agency who will explain what Food Safety regulations look like in a post-Brexit UK and what they mean for cold chain operators.


Steve Walsh, Facilities Project Manager, Lineage Logistics

Hear from Steve how Lineage Logistics are embracing innovations in temperature monitoring across the cold chain and the wide range of benefits from better temperature control, including for food security

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Su Dakin, Food Safety Consultant

Su will introduce the new Cold Chain Federation food safety guidance

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Richa Bedi-Navik, Senior Global Standards Manager, BRCGS

Richa will be on hand to explain how the BRCGS are supporting the Cold Chain Federation’s Food Safety guidance, as well as updating on the roll out of the Storage & Distribution Issue 4 Standard and how BRCGS are managing accreditations during the Covid pandemic.

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