Inspection

Inspection services

Overview

Assurecloud offers inspection services across Food Safety. We can assist companies in the development and implementation of Management systems to ensure best practices and compliance to legislation. Through professional multi-qualified auditors, we can provide our clients with a comprehensive internal Food Safety audits.

  • Food Safety Audits

    Food Safety Audits

    The Public Health Act (Act 63 of 1977), Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act (Act 54 of 1972) and numerous food standards contain provisions directing the Food industry to ensure the provision of safe food and to maintain a high degree of hygiene. With its network of facilities throughout South Africa, Africa and the Middle East. Assurecloud can assist you in the development and implementation of a Food Safety Management system (FSMS) which includes a monitoring programme to identify, avoid and manage risks. Our team of food safety multi-qualified registered auditors have the expertise to help industry comply with the necessary legal and industry standards.

    Audits conducted include:
    Retail
    • Food Retail, QSR, Hospitality, Catering & Petroleum Auditing

    • Compliance with R638 & SANS 10049 (Food Safety)

    Supplier Audits
    • Client specific Food Safety Programme

    • GFSI Capacity Building Programme

    The Audit will be conducted in terms of applicable food safety legislation and customer specific requirements. Assurecloud offers a customised, easy to use Management System (Software Solution). All completed audit reports will be uploaded onto this management System Software Solution.

  • Ethical Audits

    Ethical Audits

    SIZA (Sustainability Initiative of South Africa) is an assessment that is generally carried out as a standalone audit on GLOBALG.A.P. certified farms.

    Recognition of the completion of the SIZA assessment will help producers demonstrate compliance with both national and international labour law.

    What is Sustainability?
    The concept of sustainability is composed of three main pillars:
    • Economic

    • Environmental

    • Social

    How do SIZA and sustainability support one another?

    SIZA is primarily concerned with the Social element of sustainability, but as these three concepts are intrinsically linked, it will also have a greater or lesser effect on both Economic and Environmental aspects.

    One way to try to ensure the farming business remains an attractive place of work (to what seems to be a more limited pool of workers), is to use these Ethical standards to demonstrate maintenance of sound facilities and conditions of employment.

    These standards of Good Practice link directly to social sustainability and as a consequence, will help have a positive impact on the economic sustainability of farming and fishing-based businesses.

    Additional Information:

    While SIZA is a voluntary assessment many retailers require suppliers to have, or commit to having, these certifications to supply goods to them.

    The SIZA certificates are valid for a maximum of a three-year period, after which time the Ethical system will be reviewed and the certificate will be reissued after completion of the renewal audit.

    SIZA, https://www.siza.co.za , the Sustainability Initiative of South Africa, provides a platform for agricultural stakeholders to ensure ethical and environmentally sustainable trade. This platform monitors care for the environment and compliance with labour legislation. Our aim is to encourage continuous improvement in practices over time in excess of the minimum legal requirements. We engage directly with our stakeholders throughout the value chain in order to manage risks and identify needs and issues. Interventions and support tools are created by measuring member compliance over time.

    Assessments and certification are shown to make ‘Sustainability’ improvements for primary production in the food industry, in several ways:
    • Positive change results from many sustainability type assessments and standards

    • Environmental improvements can be measured

    • Social change (with improved labour conditions)

    • Creating a better understanding of legal requirements and improved practice

  1. Food Safety Audits
  2. Ethical Audits
  • Food Safety Audits

    Food Safety Audits

    The Public Health Act (Act 63 of 1977), Foodstuffs, Cosmetics and Disinfectants Act (Act 54 of 1972) and numerous food standards contain provisions directing the Food industry to ensure the provision of safe food and to maintain a high degree of hygiene. With its network of facilities throughout South Africa, Africa and the Middle East. Assurecloud can assist you in the development and implementation of a Food Safety Management system (FSMS) which includes a monitoring programme to identify, avoid and manage risks. Our team of food safety multi-qualified registered auditors have the expertise to help industry comply with the necessary legal and industry standards.

    Audits conducted include:
    Retail
    • Food Retail, QSR, Hospitality, Catering & Petroleum Auditing

    • Compliance with R638 & SANS 10049 (Food Safety)

    Supplier Audits
    • Client specific Food Safety Programme

    • GFSI Capacity Building Programme

    The Audit will be conducted in terms of applicable food safety legislation and customer specific requirements. Assurecloud offers a customised, easy to use Management System (Software Solution). All completed audit reports will be uploaded onto this management System Software Solution.

  • Ethical Audits

    Ethical Audits

    SIZA (Sustainability Initiative of South Africa) is an assessment that is generally carried out as a standalone audit on GLOBALG.A.P. certified farms.

    Recognition of the completion of the SIZA assessment will help producers demonstrate compliance with both national and international labour law.

    What is Sustainability?
    The concept of sustainability is composed of three main pillars:
    • Economic

    • Environmental

    • Social

    How do SIZA and sustainability support one another?

    SIZA is primarily concerned with the Social element of sustainability, but as these three concepts are intrinsically linked, it will also have a greater or lesser effect on both Economic and Environmental aspects.

    One way to try to ensure the farming business remains an attractive place of work (to what seems to be a more limited pool of workers), is to use these Ethical standards to demonstrate maintenance of sound facilities and conditions of employment.

    These standards of Good Practice link directly to social sustainability and as a consequence, will help have a positive impact on the economic sustainability of farming and fishing-based businesses.

    Additional Information:

    While SIZA is a voluntary assessment many retailers require suppliers to have, or commit to having, these certifications to supply goods to them.

    The SIZA certificates are valid for a maximum of a three-year period, after which time the Ethical system will be reviewed and the certificate will be reissued after completion of the renewal audit.

    SIZA, https://www.siza.co.za , the Sustainability Initiative of South Africa, provides a platform for agricultural stakeholders to ensure ethical and environmentally sustainable trade. This platform monitors care for the environment and compliance with labour legislation. Our aim is to encourage continuous improvement in practices over time in excess of the minimum legal requirements. We engage directly with our stakeholders throughout the value chain in order to manage risks and identify needs and issues. Interventions and support tools are created by measuring member compliance over time.

    Assessments and certification are shown to make ‘Sustainability’ improvements for primary production in the food industry, in several ways:
    • Positive change results from many sustainability type assessments and standards

    • Environmental improvements can be measured

    • Social change (with improved labour conditions)

    • Creating a better understanding of legal requirements and improved practice

  1. Food Safety Audits
  2. Ethical Audits

Need more information about our services?

For more information about Assurecloud’s services, simply complete this form and we’ll get back to you.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.