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May 11, 2015

Refined Reports

Reporting has never been easier or more informative than with Compliance Centre Version 2. From the addition of quick-links to the Dashboard to a brand new web format, our improvements will save you bags of time analysing your business’s status. New reports New purpose-built reports have been added to all Apps where reporting is available! […]

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May 11, 2015

Sticky Locations

Tracking your locations’ progress is silky smooth with the enhanced ‘sticky’ location selector. Filtering by a single location will now keep that location selected until you click ‘Clear’, enabling you to glide seamlessly through different Apps and reports – fewer clicks to get the data you need! Another nifty time-saver we’ve built in is the […]

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May 5, 2015

Open course dates coming soon – Level 3 Food Safety

Shortly, we will be announcing our forthcoming and much anticipated course dates for our next Level 3 Award in Supervising Food Safety in Catering courses. As we’re sure you are aware having read our recent ‘Why Do Food Handlers Require Training?’ blog post, all food handlers are to be trained to the level that is […]

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May 5, 2015

Slaughterhouse owner fined £8000 over the horse meat scandal

The horse meat scandal was all over the news in the past couple of years, and the first prosecution has recently been brought by the Food Standards Agency. A slaughterhouse owner from West Yorkshire was fined £8000 and given a suspended prison sentence. Food legislation places a responsibility on all food business to sell safe […]

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April 10, 2015

Why Do Food Handlers Require Training?

The Food Safety and Hygiene (England) Regulations 2013 requires all food handlers to be trained in to level that is commensurate with their work activity. All food business operators must therefore ensure their staff are trained, supervised or instructed to an appropriate level. Mistakes made when handling food can cause food poisoning. This may result in […]

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