The iMIS Food Implementation plan

 

The one-time iMIS Food implementation process includes 5 to 10 days of support per location and has a lead time of approximately 3 months. During this implementation project, we go through the steps below to achieve a good implementation. Before, during, and after the implementation, you will receive support from us at QAssurance.

 

  iMIS Food implementation
1.0 iMIS Food system preparation
1.01 Send iMIS Food specifications for server configuration
1.02 Place 32 Folder system
1.1 Gather basic information
1.11 HACCP study validation & verification
1.12 Legislation: HACCP and VWA cases
1.13 Flowcharts
1.14 Logo for the boards and HACCP poster
1.2 Handbook implementation
1.21 Explanation of handbook system and training
1.22 Activating generic iMIS information
1.23 Determining company-specific information in, among other things, procedures and instructions
1.24 Adding the company-specific information
1.25 Introducing the new handbook system to colleagues
1.3 Audit system implementation
1.31 Explanation of audit system and training
1.32 Determining the desired control rounds and frequency
1.33 Inventorying company-specific information for the inspection rounds
1.34 Creating a company-specific audit system
1.35 Adding desired users to audit system
1.36 Setting up the handhelds with control rounds
1.37 Introducing the new audit system to colleagues
1.4 Specification management system implementation
1.41 Explanation of specification management system and training
1.42 Requesting recent raw material specifications and recipes
1.43 Determining the design of the end product specifications
1.44 Adding users to the specification management system
1.45 Approve new end-product specifications and place them on intranet
1.46 Introducing the new specification management system to colleagues
1.5 Tracing system implementation
1.51 Explanation of tracing system and training
1.52 Configuring scanners and printers
1.53 Determining the raw materials, products, and customer data
1.54 Adding desired users to the tracking system
1.55 Testing the customs clearance of raw materials, generating product labels, and delivering to customers
1.56 Introducing the new tracking system to colleagues
1.6 Intranet system implementation
1.61 Explanation of intranet system and training
1.62 Configure user rights
1.63 Introducing the intranet system to colleagues
  QAssurance support trajectory
2. Planned activities
2.1 Internal audit // supplemented with pest control / food defense etc.
2.2 Verification report
2.3 Management review
2.4 Recall Test
2.5 Traceability test (or testing, in case of claims)
2.6 iMIS Food QuickScan
2.7 Cross-table to the standard
2.8 Preparation QA audit map
2.9 Audit supervision
2.10 Corrective action handling

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