Our compliance program management is unique and comprehensive.  We have developed proprietary tools to build robust compliance programs from customer or regulatory requirements.   We also have proprietary software tools to lower the cost of audits while dramatically improving their efficacy.  We can support any regulatory program and are globally recognized in Food Defense.

We are up to date on FSMA requirements with their various compliance dates reached and approaching.  We have lead instructors for the Preventive Controls for Human Food and for the Foreign Supplier Verification Program.  We serve on the International Outreach Program Working Group for the FSCPA.  We also serve on the Intentional Adulteration Working Group for the FSCPA and intend to be Lead Instructors for IA when those courses are published.

  • Food Safety Modernization Act
    • Registration of Food Facilities
    • Mitigation Strategies to Protect Food Against Intentional Adulteration
    • Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food
    • Produce Safety
    • Foreign Supplier Verification Program
    • Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food
    • Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Animal Food
    • Prior Notification of Imported Food
  • Food Safety Management Systems
    • Prerequisite programs: GMP, GAP, Sanitation
    • Quality/Quality Control/Quality Assurance
    • HACCP analysis and implementation of critical control points
    • SQF/GFSI certification support
    • Food Labeling
  • Food Defense
    • Self Assessments
    • Vulnerability Assessments: CARVER + Shock, KAT, and alternates
    • Food Defense Plans
    • USDA and FDA regulated facilities
  • Occupational Safety
  • Audits
    • “Boots on the Ground” performance of your internal/supplier audits
    • Desk Audits
    • Audit Software (ByteSize Audits, KipTraq and iAuditor)

 

 

 


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