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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

5 Why Root Cause Analysis (RCA) – One Point Lesson (OPL)

5 WHY Analysis is the key tool used to determine ROOT CAUSES for the Phenomenon identified in the CHECK Phase of CAP-Do. The 5 Why analysis begins with the Summary of the Phenomenon from the 5W 1H analysis. The first “why?” originates from the Summary of the Phenomenon. The

One slide Kaizen and Cap-Do (PDCA) cycle hybrid

Maximize the Overall Equipment Effectiveness, Process and Plants Through Uncompromising Elimination of Losses and Continuous Improvement of Performance. Step 1 – Identify The Situation Charter Team Collect available Data Classify Losses Step 2 – Justify The Situation Stratify Losses Select the Subject Verify Relevance to Site Master Plan Step 3 –

Chapter 9. Education and Training (Training and Development). Part 2

3.4 Step 4: Establish Systems to Further Develop and Enhance Abilities 3.4.1 Link to Autonomous Maintenance Step 4 It is best to combine technical operating skills training with the training given at Step 4 of the Autonomous Maintenance programme. 3.4.2 The role of managers (1) Secure the funds needed