Monthly Archives: May 2011

Leadership training with Jeffrey Gitomer

I recently attended a Leadership Training seminar by Jeffrey Gitomer, presenter, sales trainer and author of numerous books, including the one I’m holding in the photo – “Social Boom.” The theme of the conference was “Resilient Leadership in a non-resilient … Continue reading

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Food Sanitation Tip #1: Reducing bacterial levels during cattle carcass prep

With customers all over the US, employees from Supply Sanitation Systems (SSS) are constantly in the field – and trenches so to speak – hearing about common food sanitation problems and helping to come up with unique solutions to solve … Continue reading

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Ralph Hanby talks about how Clearitas has improved water at Hanby Farms

Supply Sanitation Systems’ (SSS) Marty Lamping recently had a chance to sit down with Ralph Hanby, owner of Hanby Farms to discuss how he’s using SSS’ Clearitas (formerly RE-Ox) to improve his water quality. Located in Nashport, OH, Hanby Farms … Continue reading

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Don’t get tripped-up during your next BRC audit

During a recent BRC Global Food Safety audit at a poultry plant, Supply Sanitation Systems’ Robert Farr, Sanitation Engineer, was asked to provide not only training documentation for the quarterly chemical training but also validation that the employees in the plant were following the … Continue reading

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Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right!

Two wrongs don’t make a right. How right are you when it comes to managing potential sites for L. mononcytogenes? Sometimes sanitation goes wrong. And when they do should we blame sanitation or should we look for these common areas … Continue reading

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