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Why in-house training is critical for sustainable business growth
Upskill your entire team with group-based training. Invite your employees to learn new skills while developing strong collaboration and teamwork. Immersive training can improve communication among team members, which brings greater productivity.
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Unlock your Diploma pathways
Intertek SAI Global have designed three essential Diplomas to help assurance professionals grow their portfolio of quality assurance skills. These courses are Diploma of Quality Auditing, Diploma of Leadership and Management, and Diploma of Work Health and Safety. Be sure to see our courses that are tailored for advanced Diploma qualifications.
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Australian Catholic Anti-Slavery Network take part in the latest Social Compliance training
Intertek SAI Global recently hosted the team at Australian Catholic Anti-Slavery Network last month for our newly updated course in social compliance auditing.
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Australia’s First Federal Anti-Slavery Commissioner: A Landmark Step Forward
Recently, Australia reached a momentous milestone with the passing of the Modern Slavery Amendment (Australian Anti-Slavery Commissioner) Bill 2023 through Parliament. This legislation establishes the first federal Anti-Slavery Commissioner as an independent statutory officeholder. Read more to find out more on what this means for your organisation and where we can help.
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Food Safety is Everyone’s Business – From farm to plate.
In the realm of food, food safety is not just a Global Standard but a fundamental, impacting global health, economies, and sustainable development. Efforts to promote food safety globally are spearheaded by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), their mandate is to invite everyone in the food supply chain to play their part in making food safe – from farm to plate. These efforts are underpinned by various internationally and nationally recognised food safety Standards to provide a more consistent and structured approach to total food safety management at large. 
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This World Food Safety Day: Be prepared for the unexpected
Many in the Australian food industry had more than acceptable food safety programs in place before the pandemic, yet still faced unprecedented challenges as it unfolded. Supply chains and business continuity were most significantly impacted, and a new level of risk management evolved, above and beyond any seen previously. Across the industry cleaning, hygiene, and sanitation practices have been transformed and a much sharper focus has developed around sustainability.
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Establishing and Implementing an Effective Food Safety Management System in 2023
Many in the Australian food industry had more than acceptable food safety programs in place before the pandemic, yet still faced unprecedented challenges as it unfolded. Supply chains and business continuity were most significantly impacted, and a new level of risk management evolved, above and beyond any seen previously. Across the industry cleaning, hygiene, and sanitation practices have been transformed and a much sharper focus has developed around sustainability.
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Preparing for Your Food Safety Audit
It is impossible to be too prepared for a food safety audit and every audit presents an opportunity for your facility to continually evolve to be better. Audits are not an end in themselves, nor are they a time for pointing fingers and finding fault. Audits do not start because an auditor arrives to perform them. Rather, audits happen because the purpose is to determine if your system is working as it should. Audits identify gaps and shortcomings, after which the team has an opportunity to make any corrections necessary to align with the food safety program so that the process is safe, effective, efficient and consistent throughout all locations. When a strong food safety culture is embedded in an organisation, half the work of audit preparation is already done.
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How to Improve Your Food Safety Management System
Food safety management systems don't stop evolving as soon as they are implemented. They must continue to morph and change along with business growth and changing dynamics. If a food safety system is not continually evolving and improving to stay effective, it no longer serves the purpose of safeguarding the staff, customers and consumers. In this blog, we will uncover how to achieve a successfully established food safety management system, and 6 tips to improve your food safety management system and audit scores.
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