Food safety is never out of the news. The FSAI (Food Safety Authority of Ireland) served a record 12 enforcement orders on food businesses in October. In the UK this week The Health Protection Agency revealed that two children were in hospital with botulism after eating a contaminated batch of Loyd Grossman sauce. Tests on a jar of Korma sauce had found the toxin that causes botulism.
The need for food safety training is always evident. Our Food Standards auditing course has just been approved by FETAC. This two day training course provides an understanding of a company’s legal commitments to food safety and how to audit compliance with the law and/or relevant food safety standards. This course is at NFQ Level 6 and covers BRC, HACCP, ISO 22000 FSSC, Food Standards Auditing Packages.
Full details of this course are available by clicking on the link above. The next dates available are 6-7 December in Dublin and places are filling fast.
Here is a link to all our food safety courses.