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#1 MrTraceability

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Posted 22 July 2008 - 10:40 PM

My name is MrTraceability and I graduated in Microbiology (B.Sc) and have some course and training in Master program here in Canada in Applied Microbiology.



I have more than 5 years experience in the supervision of food industry and clinical environment. Ability to resolve product quality and safety issues. Comprehension of quality systems program management and documentation control. Sanitation, CCP’s, safety programs and compliance with product standards (SSOP’s). Experience in products review / specification and Warehouse (Receiving, Product Movement / Review, Extension of Shelf Life, Old Code Date, etc.). Able to handle time management and effectively deal with changing priorities.
Working in food science and clinical environment has prepared me to work in the past environment as well I have learned the proper work attitude and skills to an integral part of the team. I enjoy working with people. I was able to develop time management skills, ability to coordinate, supervise and prioritize tasks efficiently. I have experience in production planning, validation, cGMP, and documentation system, maintain regular liaison (Import/Export) with CFIA, customer audits and the FDA audits
I am currently professional member of Quebec Microbiologist Association and Canadian Institute of Food Science and Technology. I also speak fluently English, French and Spanish.

Currently I am Sr QMS/ HACCP Coordinator for a very specialized e-business life science and food defense firm.
I hope to share my experience through this forum, and I am particulary interested on learn more about standards (ISO, GFSI, SQF, etc.).

How can we choose the best standard with the new development in food industry ? And where to find the best QMS kit for ISO22000 or for SQF?

Regards,
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#2 Charles.C

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Posted 23 July 2008 - 05:17 AM

Dear Mr Traceability,

Thks for yr remarkably comprehensive bio-data and welcome to the forum ! :welcome:

How can we choose the best standard with the new development in food industry ? And where to find the best QMS kit for ISO22000 or for SQF?


Interesting question. Do you have a definition of “best” ? Reminds me of the occasional query as to whether 40 years of ISO 9000 has achieved any “improvement” in the quality of food. Average global food safety ? One gets the impression from this forum that the criterion may sometimes be rather more personal / business driven.

Not quite sure what you mean by "kit" ?

Rgds / Charles.C
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Posted 23 July 2008 - 11:25 AM

Bienvenue Mr Traceability!

Regards,

Emmanuel


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Posted 23 July 2008 - 05:22 PM

Hi Mr. Traceablity,

Welcome to this forum.

There are people around who say that "how" questions have to be answered with; YES.
What do you mean with " new development " ???

Pura vida, Okido


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Posted 28 July 2008 - 10:50 AM

I hope to share my experience through this forum, and I am particulary interested on learn more about standards (ISO, GFSI, SQF, etc.).

How can we choose the best standard with the new development in food industry ? And where to find the best QMS kit for ISO22000 or for SQF?

Welcome to the forums Mr Traceability. In answer to your question re the best standard maybe you could read and perhaps resurrect this earlier discussion with your comments.

Decision Process when Selecting a Standard

Regards,
Simon
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