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RK Environmental Announces Venue, Speakers for Food Safety Event

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The event will take place Oct. 2-3, at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.

| May 22, 2013

 WESTWOOD, N.J. — A five-star venue, expanded program, and world-class industry speakers will highlight RK Environmental’s “Food Safety and Pest Management 2013,” the company said. 

 
The seminar, broadened this year to encompass both the food safety and pest management industries, will take place Oct. 2-3, at the luxury Trump Taj Mahal Casino Hotel in Atlantic City, N.J. This event is one of the fastest-growing food safety seminar in the industry.
 
Keynote speakers include Al St. Cyr, Head of Food Safety Education for AIB, who will present on the current state of third-party food safety audits, as well as Global Food Safety Initiative and new AIB standards. Rodent control expert Bobby Corrigan will discuss advanced techniques for rodent management in a food environment. Other notable speakers include Lowenstein Sandler attorney Robert Towey, on the legal aspect of food safety, and well-known entomologist Jeff Tucker, with insights on flies within the food environment. Additional subject matter experts will cover recalls, the Food Safety Modernization Act, and other timely subjects relevant for anyone working in the food safety and pest management industries.
 
The seminar will feature an evening networking event where attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate with the world’s largest food producers, as well as an exhibit by suppliers who’ll present the latest products and services exclusively for the food and pest management industries. As an added meeting benefit, food industry attendees can earn CEUs, and recertification credits will be offered for certified pesticide applicators.
 
For more information or to register visit www.rkenvironmental.com or call Demi at 800/996-4402.

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