Flowcrete Americas has launched an AIA CES Training Seminar for architects interested in learning about specifying fit-for-purpose flooring solutions for the food and beverage industry.
The costs of floor failure in this sector can be catastrophic! Real-world, worst case scenarios are examined during the seminar to identify what went wrong, what the consequences were and how such a situation can be avoided.
One of these cautionary accounts is the litany of errors made at the cantaloupe producers Jensen Farms, where an outbreak of listeria led to 33 fatalities, 142 hospitalized victims, the end of the business and a criminal record for the farm owners.
One of Flowcrete Americas’ highly experienced resin flooring experts will explain the essential properties that a floor in such an environment should have to minimize the chance of such an occurrence. This includes outlining what the floor will need to be able to withstand to provide a hygienic, long-lasting surface and also how it can be tailored to optimise the working environment.
During this seminar Flowcrete Americas will also help architects to understand the relevant federal guidance, compliance and regulatory information as well as international food safety management standards.
By the end of the seminar, participants will have a gained a thorough understanding of the specification framework required during the design stage to correctly choose slip resistant and easy-to-clean flooring materials for food and beverage industry facilities.
To learn more about the importance of flooring for food manufacturers, sign up to the new Flowcrete Americas AIA CES Training Seminar today by clicking here, or get in touch with the resinous flooring specialists by calling +1 936 539 6700 or email email@example.com.