Food Self-Diagnostic Assessment Tools

Food Safety

Food Self-Diagnostic Assessment Tools

Below are eight free self-assessment tools designed to help you identify food safety compliance gaps in your organization. Use these tools to assess your own operations. Upon completion, you will receive a copy of your responses. In addition, our food safety consultants will review your answers and contact you to discuss compliance concerns, opportunities for improvement, best practices, and preparation plans that may be needed.

  Qualified Individuals Under FSMA

Do you understand the role of the “Qualified Individual” in your organization as it pertains to FSMA? This individual oversees all food safety aspects of food processing operations subject to FSMA. See if your organization is meeting related FSMA requirements.

  Effectively Managing GFSI Certification

Getting maximum ROI from your GFSI certification can have a significant impact on your company’s overall value. Learn whether there are ways for you to more effectively manage your GFSI certification or certified FSMS--and maximize value to your organization.

  FSMA Preventive Controls

Now that FSMA has moved from rulemaking to enforcement, it is essential that your compliance plans are in place to avoid non-compliance, particularly regarding preventive controls. Get a better understanding of your organization’s efforts.

  FSMA Compliance

An effective FSMA assessment and plan is essential for building a scalable program that can respond to changing enforcement expectations. Get a better understanding your organization’s current state of planning for FSMA compliance.

  FSMA Foreign Supplier Verification

FSMA’s FSV Program imperatives require companies to assess their foreign supply chain of food production and implement new programs to achieve compliance. Learn how your planning for FSMA FSV compliance stacks up.

  Food Safety Audit or Inspection Readiness

FDA inspections can occur any time. With the potential for an unplanned audit/inspection, having a documented program and responsibilities is critical. Gain insights into your own organization’s preparedness for food safety audits/inspections.

  GFSI Certification Strategy & Planning

An effective food safety certification strategy is essential to building sustainable programs. In fact, planning and strategy are required aspects of food safety conformance and compliance. Determine the sustained level of your FSMS.

  Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) Program

The purpose of the CAPA program is to collect and analyze information, identify and investigate product and quality problems, and take appropriate and effective corrective and/or preventive action to prevent recurrence. Review how your CAPA program is working.