Frequently Asked Questions
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A Food Safety Plan (FSP) is a documented program that identifies and controls food safety hazards in the handling of food in a food business. The program includes documents, monitoring records, policies, procedures and work instructions that assist in managing the food safety risks of your business. EyeOnRisk can assist your business develop a food safety plan with our Food Safety Plan Builder (FSPB) by providing digital template options that can be customised to help meet legislative requirements and help identify and minimise the food safety risks in your business.
The Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code requires every business to have a food safety plan. Standards 3.2.1-3.2.3 are applicable to ALL food businesses within Australia and act as the baseline requirements for practices and premises.
With our extensive knowledge and experience in working in over 40 different countries, we have created a portfolio of solutions that we know that work. We are education based and believe in positive reinforcement in the development of our current and future food safety leaders. We believe that the right food safety culture is what differentiates companies.
Good Manufacturing Practices. Good Distribution Practices. Good Agricultural Practices. HACCP. GFSI Standards – BRC, FSSC and SQF. Integrated Pest Management. Allergen Management.
Yes. While in some cases it may be necessary to work together face to face, EyeOnRisk embraces modern communication technology and is able to work together with you virtually. In addition, we have established international alliances allowing us to work with you through our partners.
It is well established that staff that is vested in food safety deliver higher quality results and are more engaged in driving food safety initiatives. Engaged food safety leaders result in a more positive food safety culture which in turn builds customer confidence and improves the bottom line.