Food Safety Basics

The Food Safety Basics Exam allows you to train yourself and your team in the basics of Food Safety. This test can be done across departments to create a common language in the scope of food safety. The trial and theory are available online. A webinar session with the training is every quarter available for free. The next webinar session will be announced soon. To apply please send an email to andradamierlut@qassurance.com. The session will be in English. If companies would like an in-house session, please contact us as well by mail.

Advanced E-Training Modules

There are 6 advanced E-training modules available. Click on the following blocks to open the PDF of the training:

The training can be given per company on request. Please contact info@qassurance.com for more information.

Food Safety Culture

Food safety culture refers to the values, beliefs, and behaviours within an organization that prioritize the safety and quality of food products. It encompasses all aspects of food production, from the farm to the table, and involves everyone in the food supply chain. A strong food safety culture is essential for protecting consumers from foodborne illnesses and ensuring the success of food businesses. It requires a commitment to continuous improvement, open communication, and shared responsibility for food safety among all employees. With the following tools make measuring food safety culture possible to have a starting point of discussion.

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We are a Food Tech firm in Food Safety Compliance. Experts in setting up and maintaining Food Safety Systems for companies in the Food Supply Chain. We are dedicated to breaking down the barriers for Transparency and Trust in the Global Food Supply Chain.
In our Partnership Program we would like to work together with (Non)Governmental Organizations, Universities, Multinationals and Food companies.

iMIS Food is a fully equipped Food Safety Compliance platform. Unique is the installation of an iMIS Food server at the Food company, for online and offline availability. The online (no travel costs) iMIS Food implementation process includes 6 to 10 days of support and has a lead time of 3 months.


Monthly iMIS Food Update

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Food Safety news 2-2024

iMIS Food server FOGA

FOGA Organic Gum implementing iMIS Food Global

FOGA Organic Gum from Sudan started the implementation of iMIS Food Global. The iMIS Food server in Rotterdam is set up for FSSC22000 certification.

Rules and procedures signs in different languages

Having rules and procedures in place is important for food companies. Find here the personalized signs available in different languages.

Food chain: Working with Smallholders

Read this summary based on "Working with smallholders", an handbook for firms building sustainable supply chains released by the IFC.