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Saturday, 12 September 2015

Step Up to Distinction

Food safety and quality management could be this easy, really:

Step 1: Track all incidents of failure and add up the current costs. This will help you with the before and after picture.

Step 2: Pick up your commitment and drop the certificate. You can always pick it up again if necessary. The certificate is most likely not going to be needed once you have moved on with the next steps. At most it will just be a redundant piece of paper;

Step 3: Pick up your knowledge about your business, products and the real safety and quality risks/enemies that must be beaten. This is where the war is won when these real enemies are disarmed and defeated;

Step 4: Implement this reality-based, stress-relieving, efficiency-building, cost-saving and effectiveness-assuring concept called SSQA.

Call before you build! If you have already built, call anyway. Call the SSQA-D

Posted By Felix Amiri
Felix Amiri is the current Food Sector Chair of GCSE-Food & Health Protection

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