Ensuring Food Safety with Quality Management Software
Food safety failures are frequently in the news. From the horse meat scandal in the EU to the listeria contamination at Maple Leaf Foods, or even the frequent recalls of leafy greens like lettuce or spinach, food safety failures can result in widespread outbreaks of illness, and can lead to significant brand damage and financial loss for the food organizations at fault.
To meet these challenges, organizations such as GFSI (Global Food and Safety Initiative), the FDA (Food and Drug Administration), SQFI (Safe Quality Food Institute), and ISO (International Organization for Standardization) oversee multiple standards and frameworks such as Codex Alimentarius, ISO 22000:2018, and FSSC 22000. Many organizations that operate in the global marketplace are therefore confronted with a bewildering array of compliance requirements.
To avoid being overwhelmed by this complexity, organizations in the food and beverage industry must move to software-based quality management systems (QMS) for such tasks as document control and audit management. In this Insight Report, you'll learn how a software-based QMS can help you:
automate analytics and reporting
support quality plans, testing documentation, and audit and inspection checklists
automatically assign and schedule corrective and preventative actions (CAPA) resulting from complaints, and
centralize audit information across departments to facilitate certification.
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