Guarantee the Safety and Quality of Delivered Product
Food Safety Training for Food Transportation Personnel
If you transport or cause food to be transported, you need to learn how to prepare your company to meet new transportation standards designed to prevent adulteration of food during shipping and moving processes.
With food traveling an average of 2000 miles from farms to consumers, new FSMA rules will require your company to meet new and challenging FDA food safety maintenance requirements for bins, containers, trucks, on ships, in rail cars, or as part of air freight.
Prepare your company to meet FSMA food transportation traceability, sanitation, temperature control and record keeping requirements. Train your people, stay on top of new FSMA rules and standardize your processes across all transportation locations.
Can you meet new FDA record keeping requirements for bins, trays, totes and other containers used to hold and move food?
You should know that the FDA requires these containers to be sanitized, traceable and to have complete records on file.
FSMA sanitation, tracking and record keeping rules require that pails, bins, trays, totes, carts and other containers used during farm harvests, in packing houses, processing or distribution center handling or in delivery operations are required to be sanitized, traceable and must have records to prove container control. Preventing cross contamination is the name of the game.
We have a fully automated system for sanitizing, tracking and record keeping for small containers used in food handling and moving processes. The system is designed to greatly reduce FSMA impact to your man hour and record keeping requirements. Email email@example.com for more information or click on the PDF link below for a flier.
Ryan Systems provides integrated food safety and traceability quality control solutions for the transportation sector and for the producers, retailers and processors that depend on transportation services. The company specializes in supply chain compliance and delivery control and helps supply chain clients guarantee the safety and quality of delivered products.
We have recently partnered with KleenTrans (http://kleentrans.com/) to provide combined sanitation and traceability measurement, training and certification for food transporters (truck, air, sea, rail). The new joint venture will be named "TransCert" and will be announced at May's United Fresh convention in Dallas, Texas.
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Meeting Today's Food Supply Chain Demands
Means Internal, Transport and Supplier Control
Did you know that your company's success and protection from liability depends on your ability to defend the food safety, quality and traceability that your suppliers and shippers bring to the supply chain? Liability for what you produce, ship, distribute or handle extends both up and downstream from you. If you handle it, grow it, or sell it without knowing the condition of the product, you are the one that is liable.
That's how the new Food Safety Modernization Act views things.
International and local supply chain participants in the food trade marketplace must be able to provide proof of food safety conditions and certification. All members must be able to trace food back to the producer and track it to the customer. All suppliers along the food supply chain must be able to measure and eliminate risks. These are not simple tasks.