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Saturday, 1 October 2016

Right HACCP Program for Restaurants that Truly Care about Diners

A Restaurant that Truly Cares about Diners Implements DMS-HACCP. But what is DMS-HACCP?

It has been demonstrated again and again that restaurants need more than the hurried "food handler" training that is currently the vogue among food service establishments. Contrary to the baffling FSMA Exemptions, restaurants and other food service outlets certainly need strict regulatory oversight until they have mastered the implementation of effective systems for assuring the safety and satisfaction of diners.

Restaurants need nothing short of DMS-HACCP. This is HACCP with consideration given to Difficult to Manage Situations (DMS) based on intelligence information gathered through the SSQA-FACTS strategy. The SSQA-FACTS strategy is also based on the operation’s reality.

Posted by Felix Amiri
Felix Amiri is currently the chair of GCSE-Food & Health Protection, and a sworn SSQA advocate.

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