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The Articles are created as ready reference to regulate and operate efficiently different parameters of business connected with Interested parties under Food safety.

Soumitra Chatterjee’s Poem

Soumitra Chatterjee’s Poem Translated in English A tribute from the deep of heart Some days Sometimes A river awoke in this body Break the arrow Everyone who was safe Flows in torrent Sometimes Waves of love made waves Markets Office keep Wash your tsunami Sometimes Crying for beauty Fill the sky and the air Spring…

Risks and Opportunities in FSMS

Issues impact either positive or negative. Interested parties generate risk for non-fulfillment of their needs and expectations. Risks give undesired effect whereas opportunities provide desired effect. Top management should plan how to decrease risks and increase the opportunities. There should be proper action plan to address the risks and opportunities. It will be the result…

Terms & Definitions in FSMS

Food Safety Management System Terms and Definition:– Establishment means to Start. Implement means to Run or to work on the matter. Maintain means to Service or to evaluate or identify Risk and Opportunity. Improvement means to Grow Documented Information includes document, record and procedure. Customer focus means to meet the requirement of customer. Process means whatever you…

Issues In F.S.M.S.

ISSUES IN FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:– There should be a reason to start an organisation. It may be economical, social or other reason called purpose. There are set of strategies to achieve the purpose.  Factors effect the strategies. Like the employees are not that much of competent is a factor. This factor impact on the…

Interested Parties in FSMS

Interested Parties are those person, group, system, association or organisation who are getting benefited by connected with our organisation. like employee, customer, Government bodies, suppliers, trade union etc. They are connected for their profit, benefit and interest.  There are two types of interested parties are relevant and irrelevant. It is important to identify the relevant…

Scope in F.S.M.S.

Scope is a boundary of an organisation which indicates how much extent F.S.M.S. applicable. For example, scope in our organisation is merchant exporter of agricultural products. Scope co-relate the Issue, objective, needs and expectation of interested parties by minimizing risks and maximizing the opportunities. by which we can go forward to establish, implement, maintain, update…

Leadership & Commitment

LEADERSHIP & COMMITMENT IN F.S.M.S.: Who is leader? Leader is a person who has followers obey the direction. Leadership is the quality to make followers who obey the guidance of leader and work accordingly. Top management should show leadership regarding implementation of FSMS in the organisation. Top management is director or board who provide direction….

Quality Policy FSMS

  " We are committed to Process quality and safe food products to satisfy the customers by using strict hygienic conditions with the team to qualified and trained personnel. We also strive to improve continually by communicating with our customers, suppliers and by meeting statutory and regulatory food safety requirement." ------- By Order.  Director &...

Organisational Role Responsibility & Authority

Top management should fix the responsibility, authority and accountability in respect of every designation mentioned in the organisation chart. Responsibility means what and how much is one employee’s work i.e. measurement of work. Authority means the power of decision making. Accountability means for whom one work i.e. reporting person.. Top management should decide role, responsibility…

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