The course provides knowledge of and insight into the hygienic design of equipment and processes for the food, feed, and pharmaceutical industry, to better fulfill the wishes of purchasers and retailers. These include minimizing down time, maintenance, cleaning costs and environmental impact, but also efficient cleaning, optimal product safety and constant product quality. The design should comply with present legislation and standards, but can also anticipate future changes.
The course is meant for mechanical engineers, constructors, draughtsmen, project managers and sales-engineers, active with machine building for the food industry, including the engineering offices. Participants can originate from different sub-branches.
The course is also excellent for the technical and quality assurance staff of the food, feed and pharmaceutical industry itself.
Previous training and working experience
The participants should have a minimum of two years of relevant practical experience. Participants with equivalent training or experience may be able to participate after consultation with the course director.
Form and content
The course is given from a very practical viewpoint. The theoretical fundamentals of the different subjects are presented in a short and concise way, continuously relating to practice by means of examples on video or pictures or samples. By studying cases of equipment present and in drawings on iPads the participants get the opportunity to apply the knowledge. The course gives you tools to solve hygienic problems within your own organization. Because of the small groups the course is very interactive.
Via email to Burggraaf & Partners before 16 May 2022. In case you need to arrange a visa, please register before 2 May 2022.
27 Jun 2022 - 30 Jun 2022
The European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group (EHEDG) is a global network of equipment manufacturers, food processing companies, research institutes, and public health authorities, founded in 1989 with the aim of promoting hygiene during the production, processing, and packaging of food products. EHEDG is a non-profit foundation and a worldwide ...