Food Safety

To do so it will depend on the integrity of a robust food control plan or national programme. Here, consistency is everything and the smallest oversight can have the biggest consequences.

A food control plan or national programme can relate to the production, manufacture, preparation, display or serving, packaging, storage, handling, transport or distribution or importation of food. It identifies and controls any hazards that may potentially make food unsafe or unsuitable to consume.

Reassuring these consumers requires a number of monitoring and assessment processes to be in place. With costly food recalls regularly hitting the headlines, reputations rise and fall with such reassurance or lack thereof.

Achieving certification: The process.

We are New Zealands largest auditing body. We conduct audits with expert, experienced individual auditors who are backed with the resources of an industry-leading company. We are proactive in our approach; ensuring clients can implement and continually improve their system in accordance with the standard.

After our initial assessment we can then clarify where any gaps in service delivery may be occurring and provide suggestions on how best practice may assist with system development and improvements.

Throughout this process we ensure communication is clear and that direction is cost-effective and efficient to act upon