Risk and Governance

Balance the interests of shareholders, management, customers, suppliers, financiers, government and the community

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One hen’s coop is another hen’s graveyard

By Linda Jackson on 26 January 2017

An interesting week for our feathered friends – across the world several interesting articles were published on the suitability of their living accommodations. These articles show the intersection of management system requirements and the need for a holistic approach to policies

Food Integrity – Connecting the Elements of a Larger Vision

By Food Safety Magazine on 19 January 2017

In the first of this series of articles, we introduced food protection as a broad concept encompassing the high goal of what we called food integrity. We proposed a model to help us investigate the interplay of food safety, food security, food defense and food sustainability on f

Business Interruption

By Linda Jackson on 02 December 2016

Have you considered what you would do in the case of a fire? I’m sure you are covered for the actual property damage, but would you be able to continue business as normal immediately? It's unlikely, so how will you make money

5 Tips to ensure your business insurance is in order

By Linda Jackson on 14 November 2016

Starting a food business has many challenges. Don’t get so sidetracked with the menu and the products that you forget about the fundamental business risks you should consider. Here are 5 tips for ensuring your insurance is in order.

Intermediate Risk & Corporate Governance

By Linda Jackson on 14 November 2016

Your insurance premiums giving you nightmares? The exchange rate catching you unawares? This article provides an overview of the compliance journey from novice to advanced. As an intermediate you will have conquered the novice stage and you are ready to take the next steps. We ca

Advanced Risk & Corporate Governance

By Linda Jackson on 14 November 2016

You are a fully fledged Risk Manager. Where to from here?? This article provides an overview of the compliance journey from novice to advanced. As an advanced you will have conquered legislation and board practices. You are looking for innovative ways to improve your system. You

Novice Risk & Corporate Governance

By Linda Jackson on 08 November 2016

Do you think that risk management is only for the corporates? This article provides an overview of the compliance journey from novice to advanced. As a novice you will gain an understanding of the steps ahead of you and how we can support you in the process.

Quality risks in the food industry

By Linda Jackson on 30 October 2016

The new version of ISO 9001:2015 requires a company to adopt a risk management approach to issues that can impact on your ability to satisfy customer requirements. So food for thought – what risks should be considered? Well it does depend on who you are asking. In this article we

It's all horse

By John Stebbing on 24 October 2016

Recently there has been much publicity surrounding the horsemeat debacle. The crisis has, however, created a greater public awareness of the risks that suppliers face in terms of the content of their food. Clearly, these risks extend far beyond the abuse of horsemeat since many s

Conquering Compliance Management with Technology Part 3

By Food Quality & Safety on 24 October 2016

We all know the mountain of paperwork that can be generated from a food safety management system. Add to the quality, OHS and the pile grows. Everyone is looking for solutions and there are many out there. This article highlights the important questions to ask, if not you then yo

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