Food Safety Tech Webinar
COVID-19 Challenges & How to Conduct Self Audits
Dean Wiltse, RizePoint CEO, and his team of experts review RizePoint’s free software tools and resources available to those addressing the COVID-19 outbreak. The webinar also includes recommendations for gathering outbreak impact details from remote locations; continuing to ensure quality,
safety, and compliance; and communicating new policies and business practices to remote locations.
Guidance from Government Agencies
World Health Organization (WHO):
Visit the WHO website for global updates, preparing for large-scale community transmission, and advice over several categories, including travel and public interactions. WHO categorized COVID-19 as a pandemic on March 11, 2020.
Center for Disease Control (CDC):
Food and Drug Administration (FDA):
Best Practices for Food Retailers During COVID-19 Pandemic:
Food Safety and the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19):
National Institutes of Health:
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC):
US Department of Agriculture (USDA):
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
Advice from Expert RizePoint Partners
Resources from Industry-Specific Organizations
The Acheson Group:
Visit The Acheson Group (TAG) site to get COVID-19 advice specific to the food industry including recommendations for worker absenteeism and frequently asked questions.
International Foodservice Distributors Association:
John Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center:
Modern Restaurant Magazine Survival Guide:
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