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When it comes to food safety, we utilize all of our tools in our toolbox. We work with you to ensure your plant consistently meets and exceeds necessary audit requirements. Third-party audit management from our operations and food safety team is one of the many value-added services included as part of our program to help position your facility for success. PSSI’s food safety team is comprised of highly educated and expertly trained regulatory and technical experts that will work with you to stay in compliance, which includes conducting routine internal food safety assessments and ensuring you are audit-ready at any time.
Audit preparation services alone can cost processors thousands of dollars to hire out to a third-party agency. This comes included as a value-added service as part of working with PSSI as a food safety partner.
Whether it is a GFSI-related audit or a specialized audit required by a potential buyer (BRC, SQF, etc.), our Food Safety and Field Audit & Support Team (F.A.S.T.) provides Proactive Sanitation Assessments to help our customers prepare and ensure positive compliance. The Food Safety and F.A.S.T. team is comprised of highly educated and expertly trained regulatory and technical experts that will work with you to stay on top of compliance regulations and trends.
External Customer Audits
Internal Customer Audits
Managing the ever-changing needs of new rules and regulations across the food processing industry is a demanding and challenging job. Unfortunately, it will only become more difficult in the years ahead. We understand every audit has different requirements and documentation needed, which is a lot to keep up with for any business while ensuring quality production. We can help our partners achieve a higher level of food safety success through our industry expertise.
“Thank you to PSSI for helping us prepare and pass our GFSI audit. The auditor commented on how clean the facility looked overall, and he was complimentary on how well the sanitation paperwork was kept.”