Food Safety Systems Glossary of Terms
2. The non-fulfillment of a specified product safety, legal or quality requirement or a specified system requirement
A major non-conformity is an omission or deficiency in the site’s food safety management system producing unsatisfactory conditions that carry a food safety and/or quality risk.
A critical non-conformity is a breakdown in the site’s food safety management system that is judged likely to cause a significant public health risk and/or where the product is contaminated.
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FSSC 22000 Storage and Distribution Operations Guidance
Operations looking to achieve certification to the FSSC 22000 Storage & Distribution Certification Scheme need to comply with ISO 22000:2018 Food safety management systems - Requirements for any...
FSSC 22000 version 5.1 Requirements
This article will be discussing FSSC 22000 version 5.1 which came out in November of 2020. There are 15 new additional requirements that you need to take note of and we will be fleshing these out...
How to Develop a Food Safety Culture
A successful food safety culture is the product of individual and group values, attitudes, competencies and patterns of behavior that determine the commitment to, and the style and proficiency of...
Pest Management in the Food Operations
All food operations should have a proactive system for the prevention of contamination of products by pests that ensures there are effective controls and processes in place to minimise pest activity...
How to Reduce Your Complaint Levels
I have been involved in many projects to improve product quality and reduce food complaint levels. One of the best tools for indicating where action for improvement needs to be applied is by...
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