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The Forgotten Password or Username function can be used when you cannot remember or cannot access your Password or Username.
 

After clicking on the “Forgotten Password or Username?” link, choose either “Forgotten Password” or “Forgotten Username” (whichever one is relevant). Follow the instructions below and click “Submit”.
 

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General Content

The General Content pages of foodindustrycompliance.com include practical current and relevant information spanning over 50 elements common to “best practice” based Food Safety Regulations, Quality Expectations, Customer and Industry Standards and Guidelines.General Content includes information covering all aspects of contemporary Food Safety, Food Quality and Food Risk Management. Within each designated element, you will find page body tabs for Develop, Document, Implement, Monitor, Corrective Action, Verify, Validate, Skills and Knowledge and Templates. These tabs are provided to ensure the efficient itemization of information relevant to you and your business.
 

Available elements are displayed in logical or reverse alphabetical order. Use the numbered tabs at the bottom of the page body to view other available elements, or activate the “Search Contents” mechanism to find an element by name.
 

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We want foodindustrycompliance.com to remain as user friendly as possible. Please use the following subject categories to find the answers to your questions. Frequently asked questions will be added into relevant subject categories as they are received.
 

foodindustrycompliance.com is Your Food Quality, Food Safety and Food Risk Management resource! We encourage your participation in recommending content addition, updates and amendments to ensure you access to the most current and relevant Food Safety and Quality information and resources available on the web. Please don’t hesitate to Contact Us with your comments or suggestions!

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To protect the integrity of your Registered User profile on foodindustrycompliance.com, we recommend that you “Logout” at the end of each user session. This will reduce the risk of unauthorized access to your profile.

 

Marketing

foodindustrycompliance.com provides niche marketing opportunities for suppliers of materials or services to Food Businesses within your Region or Food Industry Sector. foodindustrycompliance.com includes a tailored system through which your business can display your products or services to existing or prospective customers by geographical region, customer or industry food standards or food industry sector. The available opportunities include Page Banners, Associate Listings, Email Sponsorship (including the Savvy Food Industry Compliance Newsletter) and specialist Marketing Activities.
 

For further information regarding the flow process for Marketing, please visit the About Us page.

Marketing / Advertising Banners

Advertising Banner spaces are available at the top of each foodindustrycompliance.com webpage. The maximum size of the Advertising Banner space is 779px x 80px, and must be a .jpeg, .gif or .png file format. Advertising Banners provide a substantial opportunity for you to display the capabilities of your business to targeted foodindustrycompliance.com Users.
 

To receive an Advertising Banner Quotation, please click on the link provided.
 

Step 1 - Within the Advertising Banners Quotation Form, complete the required text inputs. Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.
 

Step 2 - Select the Region in which you would like your Banner to be displayed to foodindustrycompliance.com Users (during the Sign Up process, Users will nominate the Region applicable to them). You may choose individual or multiple Regions, or select “-All Countries-“ to choose individual or multiple Countries, the Users from which will be exposed to your Advertising Banners.
 

Step 3 – Select the Pages on which you would like your Advertising Banners to be displayed. Where subpages are available for an “Available Page”, these will display within the “Subpages” section and can be selected as required.
 

Step 4 – Click on the “Add” link. Your selected pages will display within the area below. You can add more pages or delete chosen pages as required until you are satisfied with the choices made for the Region and Pages.
 

Step 5 – Select the Month(s) required for the Advertising Banner to be displayed. Review your parameters and click on “Submit” once finalized. The foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Database will generate a Quotation for the inputted parameters – This will be displayed on the screen, and will also be emailed to the Registered User’s nominated email address. If any of your proposed combinations of Associate Listing Region and Pages are not available for the specified Month(s), you will receive a webpage notification of this status.
 

To accept the Advertising Banner Quotation, please follow the instructions provided within the Quotation format. Uploaded Advertising Banner content will be reviewed by the foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Team prior to publishing to live webpages.
 

For further information regarding the flow process for Marketing, please visit the About Us page.

Marketing / Associate Listings

Associate Listings are provided towards the top of each foodindustrycompliance.com “General Contents” page. The format of Associate Listings include your Business Logo, a 100 word Business Summary and Contact Details including Website Address (Live Link opening into a fresh page), Sales Contact Person Name and Sales Contact Person Email Address (Live Link). Associate Listings give you the opportunity target genuine niche marketing opportunities by targeting current or prospective customers through foodindustrycompliance.com.
 

To receive an Associate Listing Quotation, please click on the link provided.
 

Step 1 - Within the Associate Listings Quotation Form, complete the required text inputs and logo upload. Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.
 

Step 2 - Select the Region in which you would like your Associate Listingto be displayed to foodindustrycompliance.com Users (during the Sign Up process, Users will nominate the Region applicable to them). You may choose individual or multiple Regions, or select “-All Countries-“ to choose individual or multiple Countries, the Users from which will be exposed to your Associate Listing.
 

Step 3 – Select the Pages on which you would like your Associate Listing to be displayed. Where subpages are available for an “Available Page”, these will display within the “Subpages” section and can be selected as required.
 

Step 4 – Click on the “Add” link. Your selected pages will display within the area below. You can add more pages or delete chosen pages as required until you are satisfied with the choices made for the Region and Pages.
 

Step 5 – Select the Month(s) required for the Associate Listing to be displayed. Review your parameters and click on “Submit” once finalized. The foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Database will generate a Quotation for the inputted parameters – This will be displayed on the screen, and will also be emailed to the Registered User’s nominated email address. If any of your proposed combinations of Associate Listing Region and Pages are not available for the specified Month(s), you will receive a webpage notification of this status.
 

To accept the Associate Listing Quotation, please follow the instructions provided within the Quotation format. Uploaded Associate Listing content will be reviewed by the foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Team prior to publishing to live webpages.
 

For further information regarding the flow process for Marketing, please visit the About Us page.

Marketing / Email Banners

Email Banners are sponsored listings within emails sent to Users (Registered Users, Limited Access Users and Training Participants) of foodindustrycompliance.com. Examples of User emails include Savvy Food Industry Compliance E-Newsletter updates and Notifications. Registered Users of foodindustrycompliance.com, including Limited Access Users and Training Participants agree to receive email updates as elements of the Terms and Conditions of Acceptable Use for foodindustrycompliance.com. The format of Email Banners includes your Business Logo, a 100 word Business Summary and Contact Details including Website Address (Live Link opening into a fresh page), Sales Contact Person Name and Sales Contact Person Email Address (Live Link). To receive a quotation, please click on the link provided.

 

To receive an Email Banner Quotation, please click on the link provided.

 

Step 1 - Within the Email Banner Quotation Form, complete the required text inputs and logo upload. Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.

 

Step 2 - Select the Region in which you would like your Email Banner to be displayed to foodindustrycompliance.com Users (during the Sign Up process, Users will nominate the Region applicable to them). You may choose individual or multiple Regions, or select “-All Countries-“ to choose individual or multiple Countries, the Users from which will be exposed to your Email Banner.

 

Step 3 – Click on the “Add” link. Your selected pages will display within the area below. You can add more pages or delete chosen pages as required until you are satisfied with the choices made for the Region.

 

Step 4 – Select the Month(s) required for the Email Banner to be displayed. Review your parameters and click on “Submit” once finalized. The foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Database will generate a Quotation for the inputted parameters – This will be displayed on the screen, and will also be emailed to the Registered User’s nominated email address. If any of your proposed Email Banner Region is not available for the specified Month(s), you will receive a webpage notification of this status.

 

To accept the Email Banner Quotation, please follow the instructions provided within the Quotation format. Uploaded Email Banner content will be reviewed by the foodindustrycompliance.com Marketing Team prior to publishing of emails.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Marketing, please visit the About Us page.

Marketing Requests

The Marketing Requests page is provided as a tool for businesses marketing their Products and or Services on foodindustrycompliance.com. The format allows Registered Users to track and manage the status of current, pending and previous Marketing requests on foodindustrycompliance.com.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Marketing, please visit the About Us page.

My Food Standards

The “My Food Standards” section includes the ability to create tailored current and relevant Food Standards checklists for Internal Auditing or Benchmarking at the click of a button. Many food businesses struggle with the multitude of prescriptive and interpretive requirements of contemporary Food and Consumer Law, Customer and Industry Standards and accepted Food Industry Best Practice.

foodindustrycompliance.com includes the first online standards collator for Food Businesses... Imagine not having to waste time, effort, human and financial resources in formatting your internal audit checklists to ensure you are meeting the requirements of all applicable Food and Consumer Laws, Industry Standards and accepted Food Industry Best Practice.  

 

“My Food Standards”is a unique online resource that pools the requirements of common Food Safety and Quality Standards and allows Registered Users to nominate relevant standards and standard elements upon which a Food Safety and Quality Audit Checklist will be generated. Checklists can be tailored to include all relevant Food Safety and Quality Standard requirements, or for an individual or group of requirements. “My Food Standards”can also be used as a tool to benchmark Food Safety and Quality Standards against each other; an invaluable tool for Food Businesses or Food Safety and Quality Standard owners alike.

 

As nominated within the foodindustrycompliance.com Terms and Conditions for Acceptable Use, foodindustrycompliance.com is not a representative, affiliate or member of any of the “Food Standards” interpreted for use within the foodindustrycompliance.com “My Food Standards” function, User Notifications or General Content Updates make available to Users. foodindustrycompliance.com makes no representations that the information provided in reference to, or regarding any Food Standards is the direct opinion or interpretation of the standard owner or other affiliated party. General and specific information and resources provided to Users are made available in good faith and are to be used at the liability of the User or end recipient.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for My Food Standards, please visit the About Us page.

My Food Standards / Checklist Generation

To generate a Food Standards Checklist through the “My Food Standards” page, simply “Select Relevant Food Standard Elements” and Select Relevant Food Standards. A maximum of 10 Relevant Food Standards (including foodindustrycompliance.com Best Practice Elements) can be chosen for each generated audit checklist!

 

Pre-highlighted Food Standards are those nominated within your profile as relevant to your business operation. You may click on these to remove the highlight and can update these standards at any time through the “User Details” section of your “My Profile” page.

 

You may choose to have “Best Practice” elements included within the generated checklist. This function can be controlled by checking or un-checking the available check box.

 

It is also possible to generate a checklist purely based upon best practice for all or as few of the available Food Standard Elements for use as a Food Safety and Quality Benchmarking activity. In this case, you would simply not choose any “Food Standards” within the ‘”Select Relevant Food Standards” section.

 

Once you have chosen your checklist parameters, choose which of the types of files you would like your checklist to be downloaded in, and click on the “Generate Audit Checklist” link.

 

Remember to re-generate your checklists whenever your Notifications indicate changes to the content within the foodindustrycompliance.com standards database to ensure you have the most current version.

 

foodindustrycompliance.com is Your Food Quality, Food Safety and Food Risk Management resource! We encourage your participation in recommending content addition, updates and adjustment to ensure you access to the most current and relevant Food Safety and Quality information and resources available on the web. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with your suggestions.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for My Food Standards, please visit the About Us page.

MY FS&Q - Slow Page Loading Speeds?
The MYFS&Q functionality available on foodindustrycompliance.com is a World First Technology!

We've broken down the requirements of common Food Standards to their 'Individual Requirements' and have 'Mapped' these requirements against the 'References' of such Food Standards.

The more FOOD STANDARDS and FOOD STANDARD ELEMENTS you select for your MYFS&Q... the longer it will take to load due to the 'Millions' of different potential combinations of content!

Page Loading Speed will also be impacted by the quality of your Internet Connection!

We are currently working on a new improved Database structure that will significantly reduce the time taken for our system to collate your requested MYFS&Q... so we appreciate your patience in the meanwhile!
MY FS&Q (My Food Safety and Quality Program)
The 'My Food Safety and Quality Program' (MY FS&Q MANUAL) page allows users access to templates of Food Safety and Quality Programs against their relevant food standards. You can control the content of your program manual. 
 
1. Select Relevant Food Standards - Select which Food Standards are applicable for your FS&Q Manual. 
 
***Note - If you can't find your standard listed, use the REQUEST FOOD STANDARD ADDITION link to submit your request. You may also want to send us a copy of your any relevant standards you wish to have added to the system. 
 
2. Select Relevant Food Standard Elements - Choose the elements that are to be covered within the SCOPE of your FS&Q Manual.
 
***Tip - Scroll over the text for Relevant Food Standard Elements or Relevant Food Standards to view a listing of the applicable listings. 
 
3. Confirm the details at the bottom of the page for:
- Business Name.
- Business Location.
- Approved By.
- Version Date.
- Version Number.
 
4. Click on GENERATE FS&Q MANUAL. 
 
***Note - If you have previously generated a FS&Q Manual, the most recent version will be displayed at the top of this page. You can also use the 'View All' link to access all recent versions as required. 
 
You can view manual details, access downloads, apply Systemic or Manual Updates, Review / Edit / Approve your manual or Delete obsolete versions. 
 
Downloads - Standard downloads are inclusive of PDF Versions and contain some advertising materials. Premium Downloads are provided in Word compatible formats, and include the use of the Premium Functions. 
 
Update - 'System' Updates can be used where a user wishes to apply any updates to the elements of their manual managed by foodindustrycompliance.com. If this is checked prior to clicking 'Go', a new version will be created, including any updates for relevant food standard elements made by foodindustrycompliance.com admin since the last version. ‘Manual’ Updates can be chosen where a user wishes to make their own changes to their Manual. 
 
***Note - If you are adding Templates or Attachments, please upload word documents with a .docx file extension type for full integration with the MYFS&Q system (Other file types will not be fully integrated)! If it is not possible to upload word documents within the .docx file extension format, these documents will still be integrated but without the correct header and footer details for the relevant Food Safety and Quality Manual downloads. 
 
***Note - If you delete MYFS&Q content, that content will no longer be applicable for System Updates until such a time that that content in added back into the manual. 
MY FS&Q / View All

This page allows users to access all previously generated versions of their FS&Q Manuals.

 

You can view manual details, access downloads, apply Systemic or Manual Updates, Review / Edit / Approve your manual or Delete obsolete versions.

 

Downloads - Standard downloads are inclusive of PDF Versions and contain some advertising materials. Premium Downloads are provided in Word compatible formats, and include the use of the Premium Functions.

 

Update - 'System' Updates can be used where a user wishes to apply any updates to the elements of their manual managed by foodindustrycompliance.com. If this is checked prior to clicking 'Go', a new version will be created, including any updates for relevant food standard elements made by foodindustrycompliance.com admin since the last version. ‘Manual’ Updates can be chosen where a user wishes to make their own changes to their Manual.

 

***Tip - Scroll over the text for Relevant Food Standard Elements or Relevant Food Standards to view a listing of the applicable listings.

 

Use the BACK TO MY FS&Q MANUAL link to get back to the previous page.

MY FS&Q Program / Scope and Content

This page allows users to Review, Edit and Approve the content of their FS&Q Manuals.

 

***Note – If 'System' Updates were chosen prior to accessing this page, the FS&Q Manual will include any updates of foodindustrycompliance.com controlled elements. Any updates since the last version of your FS&Q Manual will be displayed in blue text.

 

The page format loads with a summary of your FS&Q Manual at the top of the page.

 

Beneath, you will see a listing of your chosen Food Standard Elements. You can click on each element to view the content, which are allocated to the following:

 

- Development - To define detail, scope and purpose.

- Documentation - To establish the developed detail in a viewable format to facilitate information.

- Implementation - To facilitate the application of the documentation.

- Monitoring - To review, confirm and document evidence of the implementation against documented limits.

- Corrective Action and Preventative Action - To apply “real time” interventions to documented monitoring limits.

- Verification - To review and confirm documented monitoring and corrective actions against documented parameters.

- Validation - To confirm the documented monitoring or procedural limits.

- Training, Competency and Resources - Skills, knowledge and competency requirements to facilitate development, documentation, implementation, monitoring, corrective action, verification and validation of this Food Safety and Quality System Element.

Within each FS&Q element, you can use the following functions:

- Magnifying Glass – This View Icon opens a new window of that section of the Food Safety and Quality Manual document for preview.

- Edit - Where a sub-heading has been created by a user... It can be edited by them!

- Add Above – Add Above will allow the user to add a section of text above that sub-heading.

- Add Below - Add Below will allow the user to add a section of text below that sub-heading.

- System – Where they are available, premium functions may be linked to a sub-heading. These are tools to make the management of your FS&Q Manual easier.

- Template - This allows the user to download any of the templates related to this element.

- Attach – This allows the user to attach any documents or images to a particular sub-heading. The upload box will allow the user to choose their up-loadable file, and also to nominate a filename. This will accept standard file types, and up to a specified size (up to 2mb).

- Updates – This will allow users to view any relevant nominated systemically updated elements.

- Reference - This section will display any standards that have been checked against this system element by foodindustrycompliance.com.

- Guidance – Any relevant Guidance text may be available through this section.

- Remove – This will remove the chosen sub-heading from the FS&Q Manual. 

My Profile

The “My Profile” page is the default landing page following successful completion of the Login process.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for My Profile, please visit the About Us page.

My Profile / Change Password

You may wish to change your Password for a variety of reasons. Within the “Change Password” page, you will find text boxes for “Current Password”, “New Password” and “Conform New Password”. Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.

 

Current Password” is your existing Password – The password you most recently used to Login to foodindustrycompliance.com.

 

New Password” and “Confirm New Password” – This is the new password you would like to input top Login to foodindustrycompliance.com.

 

Once inputted, click on the “Save” link. If the password change has been successful, you will receive an on screen confirmation.

My Profile / LAU

The “LAU” or Limited Access User function can be applied where a Registered User would like to give “read only” access to a foodindustrycompliance.com profile. This is commonly applied where more than one person requires access to the same foodindustrycompliance.com profile for the Management of Staff Training Activities. Limited Access Users can not edit or change any content of the relevant Registered User’s foodindustrycompliance.com Profile.

 

To add a new Limited Access User, click on the “Add New” link. Complete the required text boxes. You may choose to “Send the login details to the user” by clicking on the check box provided, which will send a system email to their nominated email address – Alternately, you may wish to manually send the Username and Password to the Limited Access User. Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.

 

 Limited Access Users can be deleted or edited as required by the Registered User.

My Profile / Newsletters

Savvy Food Industry Compliance is our periodical E-Newsletter including insightful articles by Food Industry Professionals and foodindustrycompliance.com updates. Registered Users of foodindustrycompliance.com receive access to the Savvy Food Industry Compliance Newsletter as part of their complimentary subscription.

 

Use the “Click here” link to access the latest edition of theSavvy Food Industry Compliance E-Newsletter. To view previous versions of Savvy, click on the “View Newsletter Archive” link and chose the version you would like to download.

 

Click on the “Back to Newsletters” link to go back to the latest version of the Savvy Food Industry Compliance E-Newsletter and the “My Profile” section.

My Profile / Notifications

Notifications relevant to your Customer and Industry Standards and Food Industry Sector. Updates to General Content are provided through notifications to Registered Users to ensure ongoing awareness of changes to the “Best Practice” based content of foodindustrycompliance.com.

The Notifications you receive are based upon the details submitted by the Registered User during the Sign Up Process, including Geographical Location, Relevant Food Industry Standards and Food Industry Sector. You can update these details at any time through the “User Details” section of your “My Profile” page.

Notifications are displayed to include Date (of Notification) Title (of Notification) and the foodindustrycompliance.com Reference (or Food Safety and Quality System element to which the element is referenced). The foodindustrycompliance.com Reference is provided as a link to the relevant webpage.

Functions are available within the Notifications format to display format for display of Notifications by Date, Alphabetical Title or foodindustrycompliance.com Reference. Notifications are also displayed within each relevant foodindustrycompliance.com webpage until the defined expiry date.

My Profile / Premium Subscription
 A foodindustrycompliance.com Premium Subscription allows you to:

• Download the full current folder of over 50 GENERAL CONTENT subjects at the click of a button. We constantly update and upgrade our content so that you always have access to the most current and relevant Food Safety and Quality information and resources.
• Download the full current folder of over 100 TEMPLATES at the click of a button. Let us help you to keep ahead of customer, industry and regulatory requirements… Save time and effort by using our Templates!
• Download Unlimited Copies of PDF and Word (RTF) formatted Food Safety and Quality Program Manuals through the MY FS&Q MANUAL application. Maintain flexibility and security within your document control systems.
• Access and Use the System Templates for the MY FS&Q MANUAL application. Create efficiency and stability within the formatting of your Food Safety and Quality Program Manual.
• Download Word (RTF) and Excel formatted Food Standards checklists using the MY FOOD STANDARDS function. The “My Food Standards” section includes the ability to create tailored current and relevant Food Standards checklists for Internal Auditing or Benchmarking at the click of a button.
• Set up and manage Unlimited Training Participants for over 50 Training Courses using the MY TRAINING MATRIX function. All foodindustrycompliance.com training activities are managed through a Training Matrix tool to ensure training participants, training requests, training outcomes and training records are easily accessible to Registered Users.

Premium Subscriptions are non-recurring… you can choose not to renew your subscription at any time!
My Profile / User Details

The User Details section is basically a mirror of the information submitted during the Sign Up process.

 

 Items with a red asterisk are mandatory and must be completed.

 

 Use the links for “1 General Details”, “2 Business Details” and “3 Addresses” to view your User Details. You can update these details at any time within the same format. To edit your details, simply change the content within the forms provided and click the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.

 

You can delete your foodindustrycompliance.com profile by following the steps provided. We recommend that you consider the decision to delete your foodindustrycompliance.com profile carefully, as all of your Training Records (if applicable) will also be deleted.

My Training Activities

The “My Training Activities” format is designed as the user interface for by Training Participants (nominated through the Training Matrix format).

 

The My Training Matrix format is inclusive of details for Participant (Training Participant), Relevant Training Activities, Training Activity Schedule, (Training) Schedule Start Date, Training Content (Options), Assessments, (Assessment) Finish Date, (Assessment) %, Training Records and Competency Checklist Finish Date. These details are displayed as applicable to each nominated Training Participant.

 

Where a “Training Group” has been allocated to a Training Participant, this will also be displayed with the “+” and “-“ options. To view the details, simply click on the “+” link next to the name of the relevant Training Participant. The links within the tabular format can be accessed as required. The “-“ link can be clicked to close this view.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / %

The % column within the Training Matrix format includes the % (percentage) obtained upon successful completion of the relevant Assessment Activity. A pass rate of 75% is applicable to all Assessment Activities.

 

Note – “Re#” shown within this format shows the number of reassessments taken to achieve a pass rate of at least 75%.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Assessments

The Assessments column within the Training Activities format includes the status of completion for each relevant Training Activity.

 

Where an Assessment has not yet been successfully completed, “View“ will show within the column. This link can be clicked to access the relevant Assessment Activity after completion of the relevant Training Activity.

 

Where an Assessment has been successfully completed, “Done” will show within the column.

 

Assessments consist on a series of multiple choice questions. A pass mark of 75% is applicable to all Assessment Activities. The multiple choice questions made available to Training Participants are taken from a database to ensure not all questions will be the same for each requested Assessment Activity.

 

Where a Training Participant does not achieve a 75% pass mark, they will be able to continue with Assessment Activities until a suitable pass mark is achieved. In this circumstance, the number of Assessment Activities undertaken will also be logged within the Training Matrix.

 

Upon successful completion of the Assessment Activity, the Training Participant may choose to input comments regarding the Training and Assessment activities undertaken through foodindustrycompliance.com. Constructive comments will be used as continuous improvement tools for the foodindustrycompliance.com website.

 

Note – Manual Assessments may be conducted at the request of the Registered User.

 

Note – All foodindustrycompliance.com Assessment Activities are designed to be conducted as an “open book” style with access to the relevant Training Activity materials.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Competency Checklist Finish Date

Upon successful completion of Assessment Activities, the Competency Checklist Finish Date column will show the date of Training Completion.

 

The Registered User can download a copy of the relevant Competency Checklist and complete it as required.

 

Competency is the collection of skills, knowledge and attributes to perform, usually described in terms of observable and measurable behaviours. The measurement parameters of “Competency” are often expressed as an individual’s ability to objectively apply their skills, knowledge and attributes expected as elements of their position within a food business.

 

To use the competency checklist, simply record your Evidence of Competency against each nominated Competency Element. Evidence of Competency should ideally be conducted by a suitably qualified and experienced person and include a “one-on-one” approach in an environment where the Training Participant can demonstrate both theoretical and physical applications of each Competency Element. Competency Evidence should include details of the activity or exercise undertaken to display the skills, knowledge and attributes of the Training Participant.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Finish Date

The Finish Date column within the Training Matrix format includes details of the date of successful completion of the relevant Assessment Activity.

 

Where the Assessment Activity has not yet been successfully completed, the column will show “-“.

 

Where the Assessment Activity has been successfully completed, the column will show the relevant date of completion as a dd/mm/yyyy format. 

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Relevant Training Activities

The Relevant Training Activities column within the Training Matrix format includes links to the relevant Training Activity content from within the “General Contents” section of foodindustrycompliance.com. This can be used as a reference to ensure the allocated Training Activity is correct.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Scheduled Start Date

The Scheduled Start Date column within the Training Matrix format includes the date nominated by the Registered User for the Training Activity to be started.

 

Automatic email notifications will be sent to the relevant Training Participant fortnightly until their relevant Training Activities have been completed (within each designated Training Frequency period).

 

The Schedule Start Date can only be edited by the Registered User.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Training Activity Schedule

The Training Activity Schedule column within the Training Matrix format includes the allocated schedule against which the relevant Training Activity will be completed by the Training Participant.

 

The available schedules include Once Only, Monthly, 3 Monthly, 6 Monthly or Annually.

 

foodindustrycompliance.com will automatically request Training Activities for Training Participants by email based upon the nominated Training Activity Schedule.

 

The Training Activity Schedule can only be edited by the Registered User.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Training Content

The Training Content column within the Training Matrix format includes options for the Training Method to be used to train the Training Participant. The options provided include the following:

 

Documented – This link will create a PDF file of the Training Activity content, which can be viewed on a screen, projector or printed as required.

 

Audit Visual – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be delivered by an animated character as an audio visual presentation. The “Change Content Section” drop down can be used to choose the relevant section of the Training Activity to play (choosing “Develop” will play the logical sequence of the content through all available sections). The audio visual controls provided can be used to pause and play the presentation, adjust volume and other functions.

 

Screen – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be displayed on the screen or projector as required.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Activities / Training Records

Upon successful completion of Assessment Activities, the Training Records column within the Training Matrix format includes options for View and Email.

 

View – The View link allows the Registered User to view the relevant Certificate of Completion for the Training Participant.

 

Email – The Email link allows the Registered User to automatically send a copy of the relevant Certificate of Completion to the Training Participant.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix

There are 2 defined levels of Users for Training Activities on foodindustrycompliance.com:

 

Registered Users create and maintain their foodindustrycompliance.com profile. A Registered User may be an individual or a representative of a Food Business or Association. It is possible for a Registered User to also be a Training Participant.

 

Training Participants are nominated by the Registered User to conduct specified Training Activities at the defined frequency. Training Participants will receive automated requests based on the Registered User’s defined training activities and frequency. It is possible for a Training Participant to also be a Registered User.

 

With online Food Safety and Quality Training, including certificates of completion and a unique Training Matrix facility, foodindustrycompliance.com includes the most comprehensive online Food Safety and Quality Management training available.

 

All foodindustrycompliance.com training activities are managed through a Training Matrix tool to ensure training participants, training requests, training outcomes and training records are easily accessible to Registered Users. Alimentex Food Industry Training also allows you to facilitate and record onsite competency assessments against completed training courses.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Add New

To add a new Training Participant, click on the “Add New” button on the Training Matrix page.

 

Complete the form for: 

  • Participant Name

  • Position, Email

  • Employment Start Date

  • Training Activity Schedule (how often Training is required)

  • Training Start Date

Select a Training Group or the Individual Training Activities relevant to this Training Participant. It is not possible to choose both options.

 

Click on “Submit” to confirm this New Training Participant.

 

Note – This functionality can also be used to add Training Activities to an established Training Participant’s profile.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Download Data

Use the Download Data button to request an “up to date” spreadsheet containing the status and details for all of your Training Participants.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Search

The My Training Matrix Search Mechanism can be used to quickly locate existing Training Participants by Name or Email Address.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Show All

The “Show All” function can  be used to ensure all available Training Participants are viewable within the Training Matrix format.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Groups

The “Training Groups” function is provided to save your time in allocating relevant training activities to Training Participants. You can choose to use the foodindustrycompliance.com Training Groups, or create your own Training Groups based upon your specific requirements.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Groups / Add New

Use the format provided to allocate a Training Name, Training Schedule, Schedule Start Date and Relevant Training Activities. Click on the “Save” link at the bottom of the page to submit the Training Group you have created.

 

You can allocate any one or combination of the available Relevant Training Activities to any number of Training Groups.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Groups / All Groups

The “All Groups” Training Groups format is the default view for this functionality.

 

Training Groups created by users can be deleted as required (no editing of created Training Groups is permitted). foodindustrycompliance.com Training Groups can not be deleted by users.

 

Where a particular Training Group has been allocated to a Training Participant, any deletion of the Training Group will not affect any related existing scheduled Training Activities.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Groups / Search

Use the search parameters to locate a Training Group based upon any one, or a combination of Group Name, Training Activities, Training Schedule or Scheduled Start Date (Range).

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants

The My Training Matrix format is inclusive of details for Participant (Training Participant), Relevant Training Activities, Training Activity Schedule, (Training) Schedule Start Date, Training Content (Options), Assessments, (Assessment) Finish Date, (Assessment) %, Training Records and Competency Checklist Finish Date. These details are displayed as applicable to each nominated Training Participant.

 

To view the details for a Training Participant, simply click on the “+” link next to the name of the relevant Training Participant. The links within the tabular format can be accessed as required.

 

The “-“ link can be clicked to close this Training Participant’s view.

 

Where a “Training Group” has been allocated to a Training Participant, this will also be displayed with the “+” and “-“ options.

 

The far right hand column for each Training Participant’s Training Activities shows links for Edit, Archive and Delete.

 

Edit – The Edit link can be clicked to alter the status and content for the relevant Training Activity. General (non Training Activity specific) Training Participant editing can be completed by using the “Edit” button within the Training Participant’s row within the Training Matrix.

 

Archive - Control the number of displayed responses for each “Training Participant” by using the Archive Function. Once archived, the responses can be viewed by clicking the “Show Archived Data” checkbox. You can also “Unarchive” from within this format using the link provided for each relevant Training Activity.

 

Delete - Where a Training Participant is no longer relevant to your foodindustrycompliance.com Training Matrix, you may choose to use to “Delete” function. This will control the number of displayed “Training Participant” responses within the Training Matrix format. We recommend that you choose to Archive non-relevant Training Participants rather than deleting them, though the “Delete” option is also provided to be used as required by the Registered User of foodindustrycompliance.com. Once a “Training Participant” has been deleted from the Training Matrix, their details will be un-retrievable.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / %

The % column within the Training Matrix format includes the % (percentage) obtained upon successful completion of the relevant Assessment Activity. A pass rate of 75% is applicable to all Assessment Activities.

 

Prior to successful completion of the relevant Assessment Activity, the column will show “Edit”. This can be used where the Assessment Activity has been conducted manually (I.e. away from the computer). The link can be clicked to input the % achieved within the “Training Achieved (%) – Calculator” link. To use this functionality, simply input the number of correct answers and click calculate. Click “Submit” at the bottom of the page to save the input.

 

Note – “Re#” shown within this format shows the number of reassessments taken to achieve a pass rate of at least 75%.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Archive

Where a Training Participant is no longer relevant to your foodindustrycompliance.com Training Matrix, you may choose to use to “Archive” function. This will control the number of displayed “Training Participant” responses within the Training Matrix format.

 

We recommend that you choose to Archive non-relevant Training Participants rather than deleting them, though the “Delete” option is also provided to be used as required by the Registered User of foodindustrycompliance.com.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Assessments

The Assessments column within the Training Matrix format includes the status of completion for each relevant Training Activity.

 

Where an Assessment has not yet been successfully completed, “View“ will show within the column. This link can be clicked to access the relevant Assessment Activity after completion of the relevant Training Activity.

 

Where an Assessment has been successfully completed, “Done” will show within the column.

 

Assessments consist on a series of multiple choice questions. A pass mark of 75% is applicable to all Assessment Activities. The multiple choice questions made available to Training Participants are taken from a database to ensure not all questions will be the same for each requested Assessment Activity.

 

Where a Training Participant does not achieve a 75% pass mark, they will be able to continue with Assessment Activities until a suitable pass mark is achieved. In this circumstance, the number of Assessment Activities undertaken will also be logged within the Training Matrix.

 

Upon successful completion of the Assessment Activity, the Training Participant may choose to input comments regarding the Training and Assessment activities undertaken through foodindustrycompliance.com. Constructive comments will be used as continuous improvement tools for the foodindustrycompliance.com website.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Assessments / Manual Assessments

Assessments can be conducted manually (I.e. away from the computer) by using the download link provided within the “Assessments” column of each training row. In this scenario, the following options will be available for Training Participants to complete the required training manually:

 

1. The Registered User will communicate the time and place of training with the Training Participant, or Training Participants – Manual Training is an ideal way of conducting a Group Training Activity. The Registered User prints the Assessment Sheets, being sure to securely store the Answer Sheet also downloaded from the foodindustrycompliance.com website.

 

2. The Registered User is responsible for deciding which method of training is to be applied for the relevant course. These include: 

  • Documented – This link will create a PDF file of the Training Activity content, which can be viewed on a screen, projector or printed as required.
  •  
  • Audit Visual – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be delivered by an animated character as an audio visual presentation. The “Change Content Section” drop down can be used to choose the relevant section of the Training Activity to play (choosing “Develop” will play the logical sequence of the content through all available sections). The audio visual controls provided can be used to pause and play the presentation, adjust volume and other functions.
  • Screen – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be displayed on the screen or projector as required.

 

3. Once the Training Activity has been completed by all Training Participants, the Registered User provides a printed copy of the Assessment Sheet to all Training Participants.

 

4. Training Participants use the Training Activity resources to complete the Assessment and return this to the Registered User for Marking.

 

5. The Registered User uses the “Answer Sheet” to mark the completed Assessment Sheets, and inputs the outcomes into the “Calculator” for each Training Employee within the foodindustrycompliance.com Training Matrix format.

 

Where an outcome of <75% has been achieved by a Training Participant, the process can be repeated, being sure to add to the “Reassessments” total within the foodindustrycompliance.com Training Matrix format until the Assessment Sheet has been completed with a scope of =>75%.

 

Note – All foodindustrycompliance.com Assessment Activities are designed to be conducted as an “open book” style with access to the relevant Training Activity materials.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Competency Checklist Finish Date

Upon successful completion of Assessment Activities, the Competency Checklist Finish Date column will show the date of Training Completion. This date can be clicked to download a copy of the relevant Competency Checklist.

 

Once the Competency Checklist has been downloaded, the Competency Checklist can be completed with the Training Participant. Upon confirmation of completion, the “Edit” button at the right hand side of the relevant Training Activity row within the Training Matrix can be clicked to input the actual completion date (within the “Competency Checklist Finish Date” text field). Click “Submit” at the bottom of the page to save the input.

 

Competency is the collection of skills, knowledge and attributes to perform, usually described in terms of observable and measurable behaviors. The measurement parameters of “Competency” are often expressed as an individual’s ability to objectively apply their skills, knowledge and attributes expected as elements of their position within a food business.

 

To use the competency checklist, simply record your Evidence of Competency against each nominated Competency Element. Evidence of Competency should ideally be conducted by a suitably qualified and experienced person and include a “one-on-one” approach in an environment where the Training Participant can demonstrate both theoretical and physical applications of each Competency Element. Competency Evidence should include details of the activity or exercise undertaken to display the skills, knowledge and attributes of the Training Participant.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Delete

Where a Training Participant is no longer relevant to your foodindustrycompliance.com Training Matrix, you may choose to use to “Delete” function. This will control the number of displayed “Training Participant” responses within the Training Matrix format.

 

We recommend that you choose to Archive non-relevant Training Participants rather than deleting them, though the “Delete” option is also provided to be used as required by the Registered User of foodindustrycompliance.com. Once a “Training Participant” has been deleted from the Training Matrix, their details will be un-retrievable.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Edit

Use the format provided to edit the Training Participant’s profile, or to allocate an additional Training Group or a selection of Training Activities.

 

The “Total Reassessments” section should only be edited if Manual Assessments have been undertaken by the relevant Training Participant.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Finish Date

The Finish Date column within the Training Matrix format includes details of the date of successful completion of the relevant Assessment Activity.

 

Where the Assessment Activity has not yet been successfully completed, the column will show “-“.

 

Where the Assessment Activity has been successfully completed, the column will show the relevant date of completion as a dd/mm/yyyy format. 

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex FoodIndustry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Relevant Training Activities

The Relevant Training Activities column within the Training Matrix format includes links to the relevant Training Activity content from within the “General Contents” section of foodindustrycompliance.com. This can be used as a reference to ensure the allocated Training Activity is correct.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Scheduled Start Date

The Scheduled Start Date column within the Training Matrix format includes the date nominated by the Registered User for the Training Activity to be started.

 

Automatic email notifications will be sent to the relevant Training Participant fortnightly until their relevant Training Activities have been completed (within each designated Training Frequency period).

 

The Schedule Start Date can be edited as required by using the “Edit” link at the right hand side of the relevant Training Activity row within the Training Matrix format.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Training Activity Schedule

The Training Activity Schedule column within the Training Matrix format includes the allocated schedule against which the relevant Training Activity will be completed by the Training Participant.

 

The available schedules include Once Only, Monthly, 3 Monthly, 6 Monthly or Annually.

 

foodindustrycompliance.com will automatically request Training Activities for Training Participants by email based upon the nominated Training Activity Schedule.

 

The Training Activity Schedule can be edited as required by using the “Edit” link at the right hand side of the relevant Training Activity row within the Training Matrix format.

 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Training Content

The Training Content column within the Training Matrix format includes options for the Training Method to be used to train the Training Participant. The options provided include the following:
 

Documented – This link will create a PDF file of the Training Activity content, which can be viewed on a screen, projector or printed as required.
 

Audio Visual – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be delivered by an animated character as an audio visual presentation. The “Change Content Section” drop down can be used to choose the relevant section of the Training Activity to play (choosing “Develop” will play the logical sequence of the content through all available sections). The audio visual controls provided can be used to pause and play the presentation, adjust volume and other functions.
 

Screen – This link will open a fresh screen in which the Training Activity content will be displayed on the screen or projector as required.
 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

My Training Matrix / Training Participants / Training Records

Upon successful completion of Assessment Activities, the Training Records column within the Training Matrix format includes options for View and Email.
 

View – The View link allows the Registered User to view the relevant Certificate of Completion for the Training Participant.
 

Email – The Email link allows the Registered User to automatically send a copy of the relevant Certificate of Completion to the Training Participant.
 

For further information regarding the flow process for Alimentex Food Industry Training, please visit the About Us page.

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We call it the “SoLFS” Method…

Sometimes a “back to basics” can facilitate amazing transformation to methods that have existed for a long time!

Alimentex has developed a Logical Sequential method for ensuring Food Safety and Quality Programs retain a sense relevance among today’s vast business management systems… We call it the “SoLFS” Method. SoLFS standards for Sequence of Logical Food Systems!

We’ve defined what we believe to be the most logical manner of facilitating the Development, Formatting and Training of Food Safety and Quality Programs:

Development - To define detail, scope and purpose.
Documentation - To establish the developed detail in a viewable format to facilitate information.
Implementation - To facilitate the application of the documentation.
Monitoring - To review, confirm and document evidence of the implementation against documented limits.
Corrective Action and Preventative Action - To apply "real time" interventions to documented monitoring limits.
Verification - To review and confirm documented monitoring and corrective actions against documented parameters.
Validation - To confirm the documented monitoring or procedural limits.
Training, Competency and Resources - Skills, knowledge and competency requirements to facilitate development, documentation, implementation, monitoring, corrective action, verification and validation of every Food Safety and Quality System Element.

You’ll see the SoLFS method used throughout the foodindustrycompliance.com, including within the MY FOOD STANDARDS and MYFS&Q functionalities. The use of the SoLFS methodology from Development, through to the Formatting and Training of Food Safety and Quality Programs provides a consistent framework that facilitates consistent application and consistent outcomes.

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