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Old 11th October 2007, 11:43 AM
kimpc82

 
 
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Please Help! Valid Food Safety Objectives

hello...

i would like to have comment from you all regarding FOOD SAFETY objectives as stated below:

production plan achievement more than 80%
Customer Satisfaction more than 80%
Complaints less than 3 cases
Vendor performance more than 80%
reduce product loss to 10%
design and develop at least 3 new products
manpower turnover less than 10%
provide at least 2 hours training to all employee
control machine breakdown time less than 2 hours

Is it sound food safety objective to you????? the problem here is i cant see it are related to food safety. even the auditor was asking how we could see it related to food safety. however, v r certified !!!!

any comment??? if u r not agree too, can u show me example of food safety objective????

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Old 21st October 2007, 08:24 AM
harry

 
 
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Re: Food Safety Objectives

You are right. These objectives are more related to ISO 9001 than ISO 22000.

Some examples of food safety related objectives are:

Not more than X breaches of hygiene practices (not wearing scalp covering, jewelery violations etc) are allowed in the high risk production department per month

Not more than X delayed orders for food safety reasons in year 200Y.

Not more than X% false results in microbiological testing for year 200Y.

Not more than X kg of micro biologically contaminated raw materials from critical supplier per month.

Not more than X% of (type of product/brand) returned due to failed packaging per month.
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Old 21st October 2007, 09:31 AM
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Ajit Basrur

 
 
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Re: Food Safety Objectives

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In Reply to Parent Post by kimpc82 View Post

hello...

i would like to have comment from you all regarding FOOD SAFETY objectives as stated below:

Is it sound food safety objective to you????? the problem here is i cant see it are related to food safety. even the auditor was asking how we could see it related to food safety. however, v r certified !!!!

any comment??? if u r not agree too, can u show me example of food safety objective????
The objectives you have highlighted refer more or less apllicable to any industry like ISO 9001 and not does not truly talk about food safety.

I am attaching an article on Food Safety Objectives. Go through this and your concepts will be more clearer.

Also attached is an article jointly from WHO and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
of the United Nations.
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Last edited by Ajit Basrur; 21st October 2007 at 09:38 AM.
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Old 21st October 2013, 07:48 PM
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Re: Valid Food Safety Objectives

hi i'm relatively new here, i hope someone can help me understand or state examples of a food safety objective for quick service restaurants. replies are needed ASAP and would be very much appreciated. Thank you.
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Old 21st October 2013, 09:33 PM
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Re: Valid Food Safety Objectives

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................... someone can help me understand or state examples of a food safety objective for quick service restaurants ..........................
Welcome to the Cove.

First you have to understand that the difference between a quick service restaurant with other restaurants is just the mode of operation. But food safety is all the same - they all need to serve safe food. Therefore the food safety objectives are the same and you can refer to the few posts above for reference.

On top of that, there are often local health regulations to regulate these and you may quote meeting them as your objectives.
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Old 21st October 2013, 10:06 PM
ACMercurio

 
 
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Re: Valid Food Safety Objectives

Thank you for the prompt response harry. do you have additional links where i can find examples of food safety objectives?
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Old 22nd October 2013, 01:00 AM
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Re: Valid Food Safety Objectives

Follow a systematic routine and avoid junk food. Drink lot of water minimum 5 liters a day.take a proper sleep of min
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