Our company ***DELETED*** are control system experts primarily working in the Dairy Industry. ISO 22000 has meant that we have had to design and produce a whole new range of control systems that electronically log the data from Milk Tanks etc with regards to the temperature of milk, and how the milk tanks are cleaned after use. The information is then remotely uploaded to a secure web server and can be accessed through our dedicated website. This service offers full traceability.
Since the release of ISO 22000 we have designed new datalogging systems that can be used for any purpose. Utilising machine to machine technology, we are able to request temperature requests at any time through SMS, we can request data uploads from our website, we can receive SMS alerts, email alerts when temperatures raise or fall above set parameters.
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What I would like to know is who is going to enforce ISO 22000? This new ligislation should filter down to even small cafes restaurants etc - anyone who is involved with the manufacture or storing of consumables/food products. Does this mean that I will have to electronically monitor the fridge my staff keeps their milk in?
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This is a datalogger in our office monitoring the office temperature and outside air temperature. The parameters that control the device can be changed remotely from the internet which offers global control.