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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

The SSQA 10

Moving beyond paper-based systems to a higher level of eased burdens, increased efficiency, reliable effectiveness and desired consistency. . . 
At least 10 things that adopting the SSQA concept does for a food business through the adoption of its strategies (ENTI-CE, Team-MATES, CARE, FACTS): 


1. Encourages an operation’s commitment to ensuring consumer safety security and satisfaction;
2. Encourages an operation’s commitment to ensuring that employees are properly trained, empowered and are committed;
3. Encourages the direct contribution from, and involvement of, front-line personnel;
4. Promotes the "rolled-up-sleeves" type of cooperation and collaboration through the entire supply chain from production to utilization; including full and strategic collaboration with regulatory agencies and ancillary service providers.
5.   Encourages open and active communication;
6.   Promotes chain-wide interaction in the identification and mitigation of risks;
7.   Requires clearly assigned responsibilities for the maintenance of controls;
8.   Calls for contribution to, and involvement in, problem solving and continuous improvement actions through the entire chain from production to utilization; with full participation by regulatory agencies and ancillary service providers.
9. Encourages operations to actively seek consumer feedback (positive feedback and complaints);
10. Makes provisions for on-going measurement and tracking of effectiveness through friendly scrutiny with implemented continuous improvement protocols.
http://gcse-food-health-protection.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-ssq-adventure-for-fearless-guardian.html




The SSQA Vantage Point 
Introduction Video

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