Are you trying to navigate the world of Food Safety Compliance and Certification? As you’ve probably discovered, achieving compliance and certification takes a lot more than filling out forms. It can mean learning a whole new language of food handling and regulations, and it could involve overhauling your system of production.
If you want to get it right the first time, Sirocco Consulting is here to help. We are experienced in all levels of Food Safety Compliance and Certification, and are qualified to provide Food Safety Consulting for:
The food safety regulatory landscape is changing in the United States and Canada. As best food safety practices become mandatory, it is essential for food producers to prepare, particularly if they import and export food. See US Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), and the proposed Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA).
As a full-service Food Safety Consulting firm, Sirocco can handle the full Food Safety Compliance/Certification process, or work with you on specific issues. Our food safety services include (but are not limited to):
We develop corrective action reports (based on audits or government inspections) to ensure compliance.
We create Food Safety Manuals and provide templates and instructions for you to develop and maintain your food safety documentation.
Sirocco will train managers and employees to be compliant across all applicable regulations. Karine Lawrence is a FPHRC approved instructor, a FSPCA Lead Instructor and a certified SQF trainer.
We review your food safety plan or food safety system to ensure that you remain compliant and therefore competitive.
We help businesses prepare and apply for the necessary food safety certification (HACCP, SQF) – even with a tight deadline. We’ll take your business from its current state to full certification in just months.
Sirocco will help guide your business through the process of applying for the appropriate Government Funding. We will equip your company with your food safety needs.
Karine is a qualified Food Safety Advisor with the Province of British Columbia. For more information see Funding Information for BC.