If we go back twenty years from now in a world without internet, without great technological advancement, we wonder how governments, schools and companies would have managed the covid-19 pandemic.
As the pandemic continues its relentless march around the world, conflicting discussions have taken place on the effectiveness of response... Read More
What Is a Food Safety Certification?
A Food Safety certification such as SQF, HACCP, BRC, FSSC 22000, etc. can be attained by companies as a means of supporting a strong brand reputation. Restaurants, supermarkets, other food retailers, and consumers ultimately seek credibility in the brands they choose to purchase food... Read More
Food manufacturers, what’s keeping you up at night? What’s the one issue that could damage your reputation so badly that you lose customers? The answer: A food safety crisis that at best, requires your products to be recalled and at worst, puts valued consumers at risk.
Similarly, if you’re a... Read More
Scientists and food safety authorities around the world are closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19. There are currently no reported cases of COVID-19 being spread through food.
If we become aware of a potential food safety risk, we will take appropriate actions to protect the safety of Canada’s food supply.
Safe food practices
You... Read More
The 3 phases:
Phase 1: Plan
Phase 2: Prepare
Phase 3: Poise
No matter the size, every projects need to be planned accordingly and there is no exception to a certification audit. Planning is the most important phase and this phase can be divided into steps. Here is the trick:
Get a copy of... Read More
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points HACCP documents.
If you’re looking to implement an automated FSMS (Food Safety Management System), you’re probably looking for a solution that comes pre-configured to address the requirements of HACCP, ISO 22000 and the GFSI-benchmarked schemes.But beyond standards and compliance, what other key characteristics should... Read More
This week, We answer the question:
« What exactly is Management Commitment and what role should Top Management play specifically in order to implement/ Maintain a Food Safety system? »
What is your take on the subject?
As you know, suppliers are a critical aspect of a food safety management (FSMS). In other words, if your suppliers are not managed properly, your FSMS will eventually fall apart with a potential threat of recalls.
As managing suppliers is sometimes a lot of hassles with Letter of Guarantee, Certificates,... Read More