• Food Safety Training for Top Management
  • Food Safety Training for Technical Staff at all Levels in:
    • R638 South African Regulations Governing General Hygiene Requirements for Food Premises and the Transport of Food
    • R692 South African Regulations Governing Microbiological Standards for Foodstuffs and Related Matters
    • SANS 10049 Pre-Requisite Programmes
    • ISO T/S 22002-1 Pre-Requisite Programmes on Food Safety for Food Manufacturing
    • ISO T/S 22002-2 Pre-Requisite Programmes on Food Safety for Catering
    • ISO T/S 22002-4 Pre-Requisite Programmes and Design Requirements for Food Safety in the Manufacture and Provision of Food Packaging
    • SANS 10330 South African HACCP standard 
    • ISO 22000:2018 Food Safety Management Systems - Requirements for any Organization in the Food Chain 
    • ISO 22000:2018 Bridging Course (from ISO 22000:2005 to ISO 22000:2018)
    • FSSC 22000 Food Safety Systems Certification; a GFSI bench-marked scheme
    • Microbiological Criteria
    • Listeria monocytogenes - all you need to know about the organism and how to control it in your plant
  • Food Safety Management Systems: Implementation of all the above-mentioned Standards and Schemes;
  • Food Safety Management Systems: Gap Analyses to above-mentioned standards;
  • Food Microbiology and Foodborne Pathogen Technical Training for the food manufacturing, food catering industries and national authorities
  • Technical Advice and Troubleshooting;
  • Development of Microbiological Criteria and Microbiological Specifications;
  • Regulatory compliance - South African and other African countries' and EU legislation
  • Development of Food Safety Policies for food businesses and government institutions;
  • Microbiological Risk Assessments;
  • Internal Food Safety Audits;
  • Pre-Certification Audit Assessments;
  • Project Management;
  • Verbal and Written Responses for Media, Consumers and Legal Teams;
  • Representations of Companies at Technical Meetings.

We will be happy to discuss any other related matters not included above with potential clients.

Did you know?

Smartphones contain up to 20 times more bacteria than toilet seats? These include E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Salmonella!! This raises the question as to what are you doing in your organization to ensure that personal belongings including cell phones and smartphones are not brought into the food safety area?  These devices could be re-introducing bacteria into the facility / product after people have washed and sanitised their hands, thereby negating the desired purpose of hand washing.

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