I have taken over developing a FSMS for reaching SQF certification. I finally have gotten the boss on board and helping to develop the HACCP plan.
He went to the HACCP certification course (didn't want to pay for both of us to go), and has written most of it , though I am doing some revising (I have taken courses on HACCP but am not certified)-- is this okay?
He is not in the office frequently enough to be the SQF practitioner. He does have the most thorough understanding of how the facility operates, but he is gone for several weeks at a time on a frequent basis, and I believe a SQF practitioner should be able to oversee the day-to-day operation.
Am I wrong? Any ideas on how to approach this subject? I am 100% willing to take on the role of SQF practitioner. I WANT it, weirdly. I guess I didn't realize how much I wanted this role until now, because I feel like my responsibilities are being stripped from me-- how crazy am I?? :P
Edited by Mel.D, 21 January 2015 - 04:38 PM.