Checkit – the smart, food safety technology system is supporting food businesses with free-to-access content to help build a great understanding of the challenges and issues that the industry faces, with increasingly complex food safety regulations being implemented.
FREE WEBINAR:Improving Food Safety Control for Suppliers
This 1-hour panel discussion will look at ways suppliers can improve food safety control. Topics for debate include: ensuring compliance with new food safety standards, reducing costs and increasing productivity.
Sarah Daniels – The RedCat Partnership Ltd
Sarah is a Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner, Trainer and Consultant. She advises and trains both catering and manufacturing businesses on their food safety management requirements.
Dr Martin Nash – Elektron Technology
Martin is the product manager for Checkit. He specialises in the application of software, sensors and other instrumentation to solve real-world problems.
Sarah Pettigrie – Brays Cottage Pork Pies
Sarah is passionate about producing pork pies and provides insight from a producer’s perspective.
Nicola Badley – Bluesky Leisure
Nicola is an Environment and Procurement Officer and has been with Blue Sky Leisure for almost 6 years. The family owned leisure businesses work with over 400 suppliers.
FREE WHITEPAPER:The Changing Face of Food Safety Management
Statutory requirements throughout the food supply chain are set to become increasingly complex in the future. The growing necessity to rigorously monitor in order to control the risks, are leaving some food businesses under pressure from internal and external influences. This Whitepaper covers the following topics:
Traceability in the global supply chain Auditing suppliers in a global market Should we increase testing for pathogens? Avoiding cross-contamination Cooking high-risk foods
Using technology to ensure compliance Protecting your reputation Budgeting for food safety What aspects of food safety are small food businesses struggling with?
Checkit helps make sure that food is safe – and that there are records to prove it…. giving you peace of mind.