Understanding How GS1 Standards Allow Information to be Identified, Captured, and Shared

This webcast covers how the use of the GS1 Standards such as the Global Trade Item Number and case levels can be used to support the collection of data at critical tracking events.  You'll learn how this information can be shared with others in the supply chain. Results from recent research and pilot programs are presented to illustrate how businesses are using GS1 Standards today and how the standards can be used in the future to support enhanced supply chain information to support product tracing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will understand GS1's Standards and how they can be used to support critical tracking events and product tracing needs.
  • Participants will learn and understand key supply chain concepts and terms used with the collection and sharing of information needed to support product tracing.
  • Participants will learn how the adoption and use of global standards in the produce, meat/poultry, seafood and other industries will improve product tracing.

Intended Audience(s): Food safety and supply chain professionals in industry, academia and government
Learning Level(s): Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
Non-Member Registration Fee: $ 75
Member Registration Fee: $ 55
Student Registration Fee: $ 25
Presentation Date: 03/15/11 12:00 PM
Duration: 75 minutes

Faculty:

Douglas Bailey

US Agriculture’S Agricultural Marketing Service

Stephen R Arens

Michele Southall
Implmnttn Svs Dir
GS1 US

Gena Morgan

GS1 US