Food Safety And Quality Management System Solutions
The food, drink and packaging sectors have common problems that can be solved by implementing Q-Pulse's Food Safety and Quality Management System (FSQMS).
- Disruption and cost of managing multiple compliance standards
- Environmental compliance and sustainability
- Driving real continuous improvement
- Costs of product recalls and withdrawals
- Cost of waste
- Modernising operational processes
Our food quality management software reduces the hassle of managing multiple compliance standards while eliminating waste, reducing unseen threats to the business and contributing to operational and financial performance.
Contact us today to find out how Q-Pulse can help transform your Food Safety and Quality Management System.
Q-Pulse Food & Drink Edition
Strengthen your reputation with customers, regulators, and certification bodies with an at-a-glance view of your production processes and the extended supply chain. Provide evidence that your quality processes are compliant to standards such as BRC, FSSC, ISO 22000 and other GFSI schemes.
Ensure success with an organisation by understanding which processes need to be adapted for which customers and which products
Monitor and report on the effectiveness of your critical control points throughout the production process
Improve supply chain resilience to ensure production and supply of goods to customers is not impacted
Drive accountability for actions that contribute to the effective and safe production of high-quality products
Modernise and Transform
- Compliance with standards and regulations
- Substantially improve operational performance and efficiency
- Strengthen and protect reputation and brand
- Anticipate and prevent problems and issues
"Q-Pulse is an exceptionally useful tool for managing our Food Safety and Quality Management System (FSQMS)."
— Sarah Deane, Regulatory Manager at Dairy Crest Group Technical
Comply with ISO 9001: 2015
“There has been some debate internationally about the implications of the proposed changes for both quality and audit professionals. Some national bodies regard the changes as insignificant, taking the view that ISO 9001:2015 simply introduces a number of requirements that were previously implied in ISO 9001:2008 but that were not mandated.”
“The CQI and IRCA do not share this position. We remain convinced that those leading, managing and auditing quality management systems will need to revise their current thinking and work in different ways in order to maintain organisational compliance.”
— DIS 9001 2014, Understanding the Draft International Standard, IRCA and CQI
Read our white paper to find out how our food safety software can help you achieve and maintain an ISO 9001:2015 compliant food safety and quality management system.