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Departments: Internal Audits Create Opportunity for Food Organizations to Improve Systems, Processes
The internal audit should be viewed as a critical component of quality management systems for continuous improvement and validation of the food safety systems.
Web-based portal designed to bridge the recall communication gap between food retailers and manufacturers.
Departments: Survival Guide for Handling Food Recalls
A step-by-step approach to handle a recall successfully.
Departments: FSMA Stuck in Limbo
As the U.S. waits on FSMA, Canada and China push forward with their own food safety regulations.
Departments: Insure Against Food Contamination
Make sure your company is financially protected.
Departments: Data Explosion Threatens Food Safety
Experienced auditors with cutting-edge technology can protect your business
ERP software vital to keep track of lot-specific data across entire supply chains
The most recent versions of the GFSI have intensified the importance of training in determining risk assessment, for seemingly obvious reasons. Poor training—or lack of training—places the plant and the company at risk for everything from non-conformance findings to product recalls and potential issues with public health.
Departments: Global Food Safety Initiative Improves Organizational Culture, Efficiency in Food Industry
Since its inception in 2000, the Global Food Safety Initiative has emerged as a high-impact presence in the food industry, touching multiple segments of the industry and creating a dynamic web of continuous improvement.
Departments: Training Oversights and Their Impact on GFSI
The Global Food Safety Initiative tightened food safety standards with the North American introduction of its approved benchmarking schemes in 2007. Yet one of the most important elements of these schemes, the need for training and knowledge retention, often falls short, as a number of third-party audits can attest.