HACCP is used in the food industry to identify potential food safety hazards, so that key actions, known as Critical Control Points (CCPs) can be taken to reduce or eliminate the risk of the hazards being realised. The system is used at all stages of food production and preparation processes including production, packaging and distribution.
It is mandatory for liquor licensees (if individuals), approved managers and some permit holders to have a current responsible management of licensed venues (RMLV) certificate. The certificate will remain current for 3 years. It is your responsibility to ensure your training is renewed before your current certificate expires. Approved managers must hold a current RMLV certificate. This is valid for 3 years. The licensee must ensure approved managers working at a licensed premises have a copy of their current certificate.
Our Food Safety Program manual includes many features that are required for a food operating business. It has a food safety program, all the templates you need to be compliant, description of The Food Standards, details about HACCP and many features that are required for a Food Safety Supervisor. It is so much easier to have all the documents in one download. Everything is included for a new business or an existing business that wants to update their systems to have everything required by local council inspectors.
In Queensland, you can get an RSA at any age, even if you are under 18 years old. The law allows you to serve alcohol in a business but you are not allowed to drink alcohol in a licensed premise. Minors are allowed on a licensed premises if they are accompanied by a Responsible Adult. A responsible adult would be:- Parent (Biological parent) Step parent (Non biological parent) Guardian (State appointed guardian) Adult with parental rights and responsibilities in relation to the minor (A person old enough to make parental decisions in relation to a minor)
A Food Safety Program will help your business to: Provide safe food to customers Comply with the National Food Safety Standards Comply with Local Council requirements Provide consistent procedures for your employees A Food Safety Program can also help you to show your business has: Undertaken due diligence Exercised duty of care Taken reasonable precautions in your commitment to food safety Download your's today and take all the stress out of doing your own - make life easy for yourself!