Food Safety Management with Anti Fraud. Presented by Jim Flynn – 1 st July 2013. @ GaelQuality. linkedin.com/company/ gael -ltd. Agenda. Introductions Current Situation Problems to be Solved What Leaders are Saying A Risk Based Approach Operational Integration The Business Case
Food Safety Management with Anti Fraud
Presented by Jim Flynn – 1st July 2013
"We need to work better with Industry to share information and ideas and potential hazards and problems in the supply chain" 7th March 2013
"We need to understand the systems businesses have in place and the safety and quality controls in place, so we can protect the consumer"
Catherine Brown – Chief Executive - FSA
"There is sensitivity about sharing data. It's out of peoples comfort zone ... You don't know how confidential others will be and what they might use your data for"
Dr Jo Head – Head Consulting
“If we are to prevent any more criminal behaviour happening we need to share data."
Paul Wilesformer Home Office Chief Scientific Adviser
Andrew SimpsonBMPA Chairman
"Too much of this system (horse passports) is based on trust on paper, and there is not enough testing. We have to get back to more testing of products."
Owen PatersonEnvironment Secretary
"We will work with the FSA and food businesses to learn lessons and to make any changes that are needed to restore and maintain consumer confidence in the food chain."
Prof. Chris ElliotFSA Britain Supply Chain Review
Real time Risk Management showing the current Rating against Food Fraud benchmarks
Example Food Fraud BowTie Showing Threats, Controls and Consequences
Example Real Time Food Fraud Risk Register Showing Current Ratings and Status
Example Real Time Risk Dashboard Showing Actions Required