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#4 - How to Plan a Pathogen Hunt ? Environmental Pathogen Management

Going on a pathogen hunt without a plan is like travelling without an itinerary: you’ll never know where you end up.

Without a plan, you take the risk of setting up and paying for an environmental pathogen monitoring program, which may not detect pathogens and give you the illusion that your plant is healthy, when it may be contaminated.

In this fourth article in our short series on pathogen management, Jack van der Sanden introduces a risk-based approach to set up your program ; how to define your sampling points, their numbers and their frequencies.



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International Food Safety Advisor

Jack van der Sanden is an international food safety advisor. He has been part of the global food industry for over 30 years.

After obtaining a food technology degree in The Netherlands, Jack joined the food industry as production supervisor. He migrated to New Zealand in 1990, where he obtained a post-graduate diploma in dairy science and technology at Massey University.


Over the years, he rose through the ranks and ended-up managing production, technical and food safety & quality teams. This cross-functional exposure enabled him to find pragmatic solutions, that strengthened food safety and quality systems in different multinational organizations.

During his career, he has not only advised small and medium-sized businesses in the food industry in New Zealand, but has also managed international consultancy projects in the United States, Europe and China. His expertise has opened many doors for him, from leading training in food safety and quality to mentoring many professionals in the food industry around the world.

During the last 10 years, he has specialised in Environmental Pathogen Management (EPM) and advised food industries in the design of pre-ventive and effective EPM programs.

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