Commercial brewing, no matter the scale, is filled with potential hazards if you don’t have a solid safety plan in place. These possible problems can increase when the size of your brewery doesn’t allow much extra space around your equipment. But above all else you need to have your safety procedures identified, documented, and in place to protect yourself and anyone else in the brewery. Jess McElvain is a brewery safety consultant and she’ll help give an overview of what you need to establish for brewery safety – no matter the size of your system – and why it is so important.
FOUNDER, STICKLERTOWN SAFETY & QUALITY CONSULTANTS
Link to Jessica McElvain’s PDF of the presentation can be found here: https://byo.com/wp-content/uploads/Jessica-McElvain-2022_NanoCon_SSQ.pdf
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