FOOD SAFETY GAP ANALYSIS
Not sure if your current practices and procedures meet the applicable food safety requirements? Many companies start by conducting a gap (or needs) analysis. The analysis starts with a review of the companies written policies, procedures, and practices. These documents describe the company’s goals and how the company intends to satisfy these goals using standardized processes. A gap analysis is a mechanism that allows companies to see where they are today verses where they need to be in the future. Companies can then adjust their policies, procedures, and practices to be on the proper path to success. FSQP offers gap analysis services, which are a benchtop review of your food safety process. They are generally done remotely (saving you from travel expenses) but can be done on-site at your request. The gap analysis will:
A gap analysis is not consultation. As an independent body, FSQP will not dictate specific solutions to found issues. Rather, FSQP can explain the requirement and share general approaches that can be used to resolve the problem.