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Food Safety & Document Control
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Take this course to review the FDA, ISO, and other governing bodies' standards when it comes to food safety and quality control.

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Take this course to review the FDA, ISO, and other governing bodies' standards when it comes to food safety and quality control.

Food Safety & Document Control Lessons

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  1. Food Safety Management
  2. Document Control
  3. Records

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Food Safety Management

Food Safety & Document Control Course - Lesson Excerpt

Manufacturing Food Safety Management

A food management system is more than a HACCP plan. Food management systems (FMS) operate as preventive measures than defense plans. Say, instead of putting out a fire, FMS will help you avoid all chances of a fire from occurring. FMS provides you with tools to: keep track of your operations, document your company's progress with how you handle your products, and record all the relevant information that may be requested by regulators and auditors.

What tools do food safety management systems provide you? You may select multiple answers.

How do Food Management Systems work?

Document Control

Food Safety & Document Control Course - Lesson Excerpt

Food Safety Management Document Control

To have a functional FSMS, you will need to comply with certain standards. You will need to comply with the ISO 9001: 2008 standard with regard to document control, given that controlling documents is a part of keeping with the standards of food safety and quality. What does the ISO 9001:2008 require? a quality manual, a quality policy, and six specified documented procedures (with these six documents dependent on your operations). One of these six documents is the Document Control Procedure. This entails the crucial parts that you will inspect in your FSMS. In a nutshell, document control is about the transferring information between relevant receivers.

Which of the following is false about revisions in document control?

Records

Food Safety & Document Control Course - Lesson Excerpt

Food Safety Management Records

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