Dr. John Ryan is the president of RyanSystems.com. He holds a Ph.D. in research and statistical methods. He has successfully lead and facilitated the building of TQCM systems in the U.S., Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Korea, Singapore in small and large companies in deep trouble and those faced by rapid growth. He has successfully worked at the corporate and facility levels helping teams to design, implement and measure system impact. His training and high involvement approach has set manufacturing, service, agriculture and Internet companies on the path to building new reputations among their competitors and for customers.
After holding quality engineering, director and vice president positions in both quality and operations, Dr. Ryan has led a successful career by providing training and consulting support to companies like Intel, Seagate. The Hawaii State Department of Agriculture, ACTON, CCTC the Orfalea Graduate School of business at Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California and others. Dr. Ryan's book "The Quality Team Concept in total Quality Control" was published by American Society for Quality.
Providing PCQI preventive control validation support for food supply chain members needing help with food safety planning, validation experiments, bringing processes under control and keeping processes under control. Visit RyanSystems.com.
Supporting the food transportation industry with fulfilling the requirements established by the Final Rules on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Foods.
- On-site Assessment of Current Capabilities
- Webinar and Seminar training on Mandatory Carrier Training required by the Rules IClick here)
This training is REQUIRED for all carrier personnel engaged in transportation operations upon hiring and as needed thereafter if their company has sanitation, temperature control and documentation responsibilities. Training is offered with ($100) or without ($70) competency exams. Individual trainee certificates are offered upon satisfactory training completion. Large group discounts are available.
- Responsibilities of the carrier under the final rules (1 hour)
- Awareness of potential food safety problems that may occur during food transportation (1 hour)
- Basic sanitary transportation practices to address those potential problems (1.5 hours)
20 year international multi-plant quality and food safety executive (manufacturing ramps, start-ups and turn-around and laboratories). Recent administrator of the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture Quality Assurance Division (commodities and measurement standards inspection, audit, licensing, compliance).
- Guidance for Food Safety and Quality During Transportation: Controls, Standards and Practices
- Quality Teams
- Total Quality Control and Management (TQCM)
- Quality Systems
- Process Control
- Planning and Implementing Combined Food Safety and Quality Systems
- Prevention & Causal Analysis
- Food and Container Traceability Systems
- Statistical Analysis
- Traceability Technology