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Conquering Compliance Management with Technology Part 2

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 process you should follow when selecting a sof

Conquering Compliance Management with Technology Part 1

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 series of article highlights the pro’s and con’s of using technology.

IT Building Blocks: Crisis Management Plan Part 2

By Food Quality & Safety on 24 October 2016

Having a crisis management plan assures your company protects its consumers, your company’s reputation, and brand, and avoids or minimizes financial implications in event a crisis were to occur. Every minute counts and how you respond to a crisis is critical to the outcome.

IT Building Blocks: Crisis Management Plan Part 1

By Food Quality & Safety on 24 October 2016

Having a crisis management plan assures your company protects its consumers, your company’s reputation, and brand, and avoids or minimizes financial implications in event a crisis were to occur. Every minute counts and how you respond to a crisis is critical to the outcome.

Coaching Employee Behaviors Part 2

By Food Quality & Safety on 24 October 2016

We spend thousands of rands every year on training employees but often this does not translate into changed behaviour. This series of articles explores what we might be doing wrong. In part 2 we look at the results of some interesting survey that may hold the key for improving th

Coaching Employee Behaviors Part 1

By Food Quality & Safety on 24 October 2016

We spend thousands of rands every year on training employees but often this does not translate into changed behaviour. This series of articles explores what we might be doing wrong. In part 1 we look at some of the failures in training practices and the impact of a company cultur

Are you covered for a recall?

By Simon Colman on 19 September 2016

Product recalls happen daily around the globe. It is easy to be complacent about these incidents when it's not happening to you. But what will you do if you are the victim. This article looks at the current situation in South Africa. It also details insurance cover for recall. Ma

Information Security in the food industry is best served well done

By Carel Krogh on 18 September 2016

With so many advances in the food industry being driven by costly innovation and development, it is no secret that information has become more critical to the survival of a business than ever before.

Culture Shift: Managing Risk Synonymous with Food Safety

By Geoff Schaadt on 18 September 2016

Finally, it seems that most of the players in the food production supply chain are willing to acknowledge that the safety of their product should be a central concern. And what has caused this gradual shift in attitudes?

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