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Quality Management Systems in Food Industry
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Access to a secure supply of safe food is a human right. Everyone who is involved in food production, processing, sale and service has a role in ensuring that the food that reaches our tables will not be a hazard to human health. National Food Control systems are designed to ensure the existence of a safe food supply, and promote the good health of local populations.
Quality Management Systems (QMS): "QMS is a system that outlines the policies and procedures necessary to improve and control the various processes that will ultimately lead to improved business performance" (Quality Management System, 2006). QMSs are used to control the quality and safety of products. QMS is a well-documented system that ensures consistency and improvement of work practices. This includes products and services produced (What is QMS, n.d). QMS is based on standard procedures specified for achieving effective quality management. The use of a QMS will ensure that all aspects of a business are working efficiently and cost effectively. QMS will provide a competitive advantage, which can increase marketing and sales opportunities; this will help a company gain new customers as well as retaining existing business. By working within a QMS the whole workforce will be involved which improves communication, morale and job satisfaction. The ISO 9001-2000 standard is a guide for the establishment of a quality system. ISO 9001 comprises 6 clauses and is designed to be used as a guide for the quality management process of an organization. ...
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