All businessís carrying out food processing of any description should actively identify the hazards (i.e. potential for harm) and their particular means of control. Hazards can include foreign bodies, chemical contamination and bacterial food poisoning; controls may include training, cleaning rotas and temperature checks. All of these need to be monitored and documented, especially the Critical Control Points (a formal system known as HACCP)Regulations require some kind of Hazard Analysis based upon the theory of HACCP.
Are you involved in the processing of food ?
Do you have a food safety policy ?
Have you completed your hazard analysis ?
Are you confident your staff are following company procedures ?
Are you confident your operation is clean and safe?†
Do you perform Food Hygiene Audits?††
Fleet Health & Safety can provide training for you & your staff to complete a full HACCP plan and food safety audit. We can also provide you with a food safety policy.
We do not operate a tied contracts system for small business's
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Safety can help you as much or as little as you like and we will not
sell you something you do not require. We can develop a complete
health & safety system for you or just provide a health & safety
policy, a full audit or help you with your reporting of an
incident -it's that simple. We believe that every business is unique
in its health and safety requirements and do not operate a tied
contracts system. Please call us on 01557 335067 or 07738 788272 to discuss any aspect of health and safety for your
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Fleet Health and Safety holding professional qualifications in health and safety at NEBOSH level 6, Food Safety, HACCP(hazard analysis critical control point), Business Management, member of IOSH and a member of IIRSM. Fleet Health & Safety UK professional health & safety consultancy. We cover & provide advice & assistance on COSHH, workplace audits, policies, risk management, risk assessments, regulations, food safety, competent person, training, asbestos, method statement and procedures based Scotland