lunes, 22 de abril de 2013
The importance of adequate software to conduct food safety inspections
The food safety inspections (Food Safety First Register Sanitarian Team) are an integral part of a quality assurance program. Its main purpose is to assure that you are in compliance with the most current food safety regulations, prevent a food borne illness outbreak, and protect your restaurants and its managers safe from legal action in the event of an outbreak. It serves to highlight areas in need of improvement that managers and owners often overlook because of their heavy workloads.
Our third party audits are valuable as they give your managers a fresh view into what is going right and what is going wrong. A regularly scheduled internal audit can identify problems before a health department inspection, or before an outbreak can occur.
Our Goal, Each audit is detailed in our computer generated report which is completed before we leave your facility. Our sophisticated reporting system allows us to group the violations to suit your needs: by VIOLATION; by EMPLOYEE which is a detailed explanation of each violation by the responsible employee; or by AREA or ROOM which is a detailed explanation of each violation grouped by areas defined by you. In addition, the reports will include: a signed confidentiality statement and a list of the violations found; a summary of the top 5 issues to work on; a Temperature Summary page and a Discussion section which highlights overall strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement that would have the greatest impact on protecting your guests against food borne illness.
Team Work, A Plus as placed a curriculum for employees to work together as a team.
Source: www.aplusfii.com , 214-425-8154