SafetyCulture customers are using iAuditor to help them reach food safety compliance standards specified in new regulations of the FSMA.
When you have workers, contractors and clients to juggle for a project, things can get hectic very quickly. SafetyCulture is all about saving you time and cutting your inspection time in half by ditching the paper-based processes. A digital trail is secure and cost efficient.
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FLIR has recently made a handheld camera attachment available for iPhones, which anyone can pick up for about $US200.
Safety management app iAuditor could be the answer to high injury rates in Australian supermarkets. The ASX:100 Safety Spotlight report says that Australia’s big three supermarket chains are recording some of the worst injury rates among Australia’s top 100 listed companies. iAuditor makes the checklist intelligent and is currently used by retailers such as Coles …
Four years ago, after repeated outbreaks of food-borne illnesses, President Obama signed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), which sought to give the F.D.A increased regulatory powers to focus on preventing contamination. Estimates from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention records 48 million Americans a year get sick from tainted food and 128,000 Americans …
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) estimates about 10.5 million cases of food poisoning each year in the UK, and the CDC estimates that each year roughly 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalised, and 3,000 die of foodborne diseases.
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