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See what our Consultants have been doing this week in Food Safety… You have seen pictures of all our Consultants at work but this is what they actually do. This week, our Head Consultant, Brian Humphreys has been doing classroom-based food safety training. We do not do this often as online training is more popular…. More >>>

Download Internal Audit Schedule

Regular internal audits will help you prove your food safety systems are on track, they will help you identify non-conformities before they have a negative impact on your business Download Internal Audit Form

Prevent cross-contamination with a process work flow chart

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Having a good workflow process in place enables you to identify potential contamination throughout the production process and put any controls needed in place.Your workflow process is critical to decision making in assessing CCP’s and your HACCP plan   Download Generic Process Flow Chart Here   Contact Us if you need any assistance in constructing your… More >>>

What is an Allergen Control Plan?

Setting up and implementing an Allergen Control Plan in any food business is fundamental in preventing allergen cross-contamination. It is vital that food businesses understand their own processes and products and identify, manage and communicate allergen risks to their staff and customers who have allergies to certain foods. It is a legal requirement to identify… More >>>

Download our Free Equipment Maintenance Schedule

Why is an equipment maintenance schedule important? Poorly maintained equipment, machinery and tools and lubricants can result in contamination of your food. It can also lead to expensive breakdowns. Poorly managed maintenance work can also lead to problems. Prevent these issues by organising your maintenance into a planned schedule of what is to do done… More >>>

What is contamination of food?

Contamination of food is the transference of any objectionable, harmful substance or material to food. There are four types of contamination   Microbiological Contamination Caused by bacteria, toxins, moulds, viruses (micro-organisms) or parasites. Control methods include- High standards of personal hygiene e.g thorough & regular handwashing On-going staff training, knowledge and enforcement of policies &… More >>>

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