Systems Certifications

GMP- Good Manufacturing Practices

Good manufacturing practices, a requirement for manufacturers of food items and other items to ensure good hygienic conditions to assure that the products are of acceptable hygienic conditions and required quality.

Benefits

  • Improved food safety,
  • Increased business awareness of food risks,
  • Increase in trust in your business,
  • Reduction in complaints,
  • Costs reduced as chances of recalling the product are minimized.

HACCP – Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) is a systematic preventive approach to food safety and pharmaceutical safety that addresses physical, chemical, and biological hazards as a means of prevention rather than finished product inspection.

Benefits

  • Improved food safety,
  • Increased business awareness of food risks,
  • Increases product and raw material traceability
  • Compliance with food regulations and hence reduced risk of negative publicity,
  • Reduction in complaints,
  • Costs reduced as chances of recalling the product are minimized.

ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management Systems

Food safety management system defines requirements for organizations that need to meet and exceed global food safety regulations. It creates a harmonized food safety standard which is accepted worldwide. It can be used by all organizations in the supply chain, from farming to food services, processing, transportation and storage through packaging and retail.

Benefits

  • Efficient and dynamic food safety hazard control,
  • Systematic management of pre-requisite programs,
  • Controls focused on what is really necessary,
  • Costs reduced as chances of recalling the product are minimized.

ISO 9001 – Quality Management Systems

It demonstrates products/services that meet the customer requirements, statutory and regulatory requirements. Effective application of system enhances customer satisfaction.

Benefits

  • Customer satisfaction through delivery of products/services that consistently meet customer requirements,
  • Reduced operating costs through continual improvement of processes,
  • Improved stakeholder relationships including staff, customers and suppliers,
  • Compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements hence reduced complaints,
  • Improved risk management through greater consistency and traceability of products and services,

ISO 14001 – Environmental Management Systems

It identifies environmental aspects of an organization’s activities and their impacts and implements control measures in order to minimize environmental pollution in order to create a green environment.

Benefits

  • Cost savings through waste reduction,
  • Increased profits through potential process improvements and energy conservation,
  • Reducing your environmental liability,

OHSAS 18001 – Occupational Health and Safety Assurance Systems

It addresses occupational health and safety issues of an organization enabling the organization to have control over, and knowledge of all occupational health and safety hazards and improve its performance by taking precautionary measures.

Benefits

  • Reduce accidents, production time loss and improve efficiency
  • Reduce insurance premiums
  • Demonstrate legal compliance
  • Demonstrate the organization’s commitment to the protection of staff and property
  • Increase the organization’s reputation for safety and occupational health

EnMS 50001- Energy Management Systems

It addresses the energy issues of an organization, enabling the organization to help conserve energy, reduce carbon emissions, and improve efficiency by taking precautionary measures and increase their bottom line.

Benefits

  • Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
  • Fix targets and objectives to meet the policy
  • Use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use
  • Measure the results
  • Review how efficiently energy is used
  • Continually improve energy management
  • Reduced operating costs through efficient use of energy