Food Safety & Quality Services provides industry leading classroom training and food safety program consultation. We also strive to provide actionable food safety program templates and other resources. These are a few of our popular templates. Don't see exactly what you are looking for? We also develop custom solutions and templates for our clients.
In our Food Safety Resources section, you’ll find:
Food recalls protect the public from products that may cause injury, illness or even death. Food products are recalled to remove them from the marketplace because there is reason to believe the products may be defective, adulterated, contaminated, misbranded or mislabeled. Food Safety & Quality Services’ recall feed posts real-time notices of recalls from the FDA and the USDA. Food companies can use these feeds to monitor suppliers as well as industry trends in order to be proactive in preventing their own recalls.
Food recalls are removals of foods from the market that are in violation of the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) regulations. FDA regulates all foods except meat, poultry, and processed egg products, which are regulated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). It is important that consumers be aware of recalls because recalled foods may cause injury or illness, especially for people who are pregnant or have weakened immune systems because of chronic illness or medical treatment.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) recall is a firm’s voluntary removal of distributed meat, poultry, or egg products from commerce when there is reason to believe those products are adulterated or misbranded under the provisions of the Federal Meat Inspection Act (FMIA), Poultry Products Inspection Act (PPIA), or Egg Products Inspection Act (EPIA).
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Food Safety Download Center
Food industry professionals can use our downloads to assist with developing programs that are vital to producing safe foods and meeting 3rd party audit requirements. Our downloads page contains model programs as well as checklists that will help companies build successful food safety programs. Our downloads page includes the following:
Food Fraud Vulnerability Assessment
Food fraud is a real issue. An increase in food fraud cases prompted us to create the following food fraud vulnerability questionnaire to help our clients strengthen their ability to detect and combat food fraud within their supply chain.
FSMA Internal Audit Template
FSQ Services' FSMA Internal Audit Template can help you self-assess your current compliance to the new FSMA requirements for 21 CFR Part 117.
COVID-19 Manufacturing Facility Assessment
This manufacturing facility assessment tool developed by the CDC and OSHA will assist facilities with assessing infection prevention and control programs to limit the spread of the Coronavirus.
FSMA Technical Assistance Network
Not sure if you are in full compliance with FSMA? These frequently asked questions from the FSMA TAN (Technical Assistance Network) might help!
Food Safety Culture Checklist
Food safety culture planning should incorporate an initial culture evaluation. Before you begin to set objectives and KPI’s for your culture plan, you must first understand your current culture.
Food Safety Culture Template
Food safety is evolving from having a historical written food safety plan to now having a strong food safety culture integrated with that plan. Download our free template below to become familiar with the information we will be covering in class.
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