Companies associated with any aspect of food production are held accountable for the safety of food for human consumption.
Georgia Tech can help your company meet ISO 22001, the international standard for food safety management systems; HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point); and cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) in order to learn to control food safety hazards within your facility.
Training, coaching, and audits are available in order to provide you with the tools necessary to develop or improve your food safety management system.
Georgia Tech will make a site visit to:
- Conduct a gap audit and help you develop an implementation plan
- Coach your team through implementation
- Assist with the initial internal audits and management reviews
- Conduct a pre-assessment audit
- Help you correct system issues before a registration or compliance audit
Implementing a food safety standard will help you:
- Establish measurable objectives and a defined program
- Regularly audit, evaluate, and adjust your systems to conform to national and international requirements
- Gain client confidence in your products
- Demonstrate competency and continual improvement of the management system
Upon implementing a food safety management system, your company will:
- Improve quality
- Improve efficiency and productivity
- Meet customer and regulatory demands and expectations
- Increase customer satisfaction and retention
- Reduce risk of regulatory violations