In today's society, anyone dealing in any aspect of the food industry realizes that food safety should be a major concern for everyone involved. Whether you are dealing with the beginning of the food service process, the Food Plant, or the end, a restaurant or a food market, everyone involved in the food chain process must adhere to specific food safety procedures. This safety situation is ever apparent in a Food Plant. A Food Plant's Sanitation department must be a critical part of every Food Plant's operation.
In today's economy, companies are continually being asked to do more with fewer resources. Therefore companies look for their suppliers to provide the expertise needed to enhance the overall sanitation program. Let FSS provide your company with the service to make your sanitation program truly successful.
The management team of a Food Plant Sanitation Department must make sure that everyone in the Food Plant realizes the importance of sanitation and safety within their operation and must all agree to continually be vigilant with following established protocol.
One way to make sure a Food Plant Sanitation Department is operating as efficiently and effectively as possible is to contract the services of professionals specifically trained in the latest and greatest in the Food Plant Sanitation industry. The Sanitation experts at FSS are ready, willing, and able to do just that for your Food Plant.
Our Food Plant Sanitation training success rate is remarkable and reputation speaks for itself. At FSS, we believe that all those working in the food service industry should be on the same page as far as safety and sanitation go and we work diligently at transferring the knowledge we have gained throughout our many years in the industry to all of our contracted clients. In addition, we our wholesale distributors of all products and equipment that is necessary to safely and cost effectively sanitize a Food Plant.
Once contracted, FSS Food Plant Sanitation specialists work closely with the Food Plant management to develop the training and implementation plan necessary to the operation of a safe and sanitized food facility. The first measure of business in to set up Food Plant training schedule. This schedule would ideally include a broad cross representation from the many food preparation departments typically found in a Food Processing Plant.
When all employees are trained on the various departments’ sanitations schemes, they have a better working knowledge of the entire operation. In addition, once employees receive sanitation cross-training in a Food Plant, they could be moved to another department, with little or no training, in the event of an employee absence.
Food Safety Sanitation
1735 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103