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Global Food Safety Initiative – Preparation for FSSC 22000. Part 2. Food Safety Management Systems Interpretation training

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What are Management Systems? Basic Definitions What are the objectives of a management system? What should be included in a Food Safety Management System? What are the Food Safety Critical Success factors? What are the business benefits of a Food Safety Management System? Definitions Management System – system to

Global Food Safety Initiative – Preparation for FSSC 22000. Part 1

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If your company manufacture food and sell it in big name stores, such a Walmart, Costco, Loblaws etc., your facility must be certified by one or more programs of Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). Certification according to a GFSI recognized scheme can be achieved through a successful third party

Quality Assurance & Maintenance

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Quality Pillar Roadmap QA Design Deployment Quality Maintenance (Hinshitsu-Hozen) is activities “to set equipment conditions that preclude quality defects, based on the basic concept of maintaining perfect equipment to maintain perfect quality of processed goods and products. The conditions are checked and measured in time-series to verify that measured

Food Manufacturing. Basics of Sanitation

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“All precautions and measures which are necessary in the production, processing, storage and distribution, in order to assure an unobjectionable, sound and palatable product which is fit for human consumption” 1st Priority – Management Commitment      Vision/Mission of the Sanitation Department Sanitation is a way of life. Our Vision

Chapter 8. Quality Maintenance. Part 3

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8. Quality Maintenance in Manual Work Processes (a Case Study) This case study looks at how QM can be developed in an assembly process, and it comes from a company that makes automatic transmission systems for cars. Figure 8.21 shows how the company defined the quality assurance rate in

Chapter 8. Quality Maintenance. Part 2

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5.10 Step 10 Revise Standards We have now established certain conditions relating to the causes of defects, which, if adhered to, will ensure perfect quality. The next thing we must do is to perform the required checks reliably, at pre-set intervals and using the specified methods, to ensure that