Peter B Food Safety Audits: Big Island Food Inspections
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Peter B Food Safety


FOOD INSPECTIONS


Providing several types of food inspections with over 30 years of real kitchen and management experience to all Hawaii. We help foodservice facilities attain a high standard of food safety.


The forward-thinking principles of active managerial control can be applied to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point, a system based on the idea that significant biological, chemical or physical hazards can be prevented if they are identified at specific points within a product’s flow through an operation. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the success of a HACCP plan depends on educating and training management and employees in the importance of their role in producing safe foods.

Every organization’s needs may be slightly different, but the goal of

food inspections

remains the same: keep customers

safe

To accomplish this, leadership should implement a food safety management system consisting of programs, procedures and measures that actively control risks and hazards through the flow of food
An example of a

food safety management system

is active managerial control
A proactive approach to food inspections, this system includes having certified food protection managers on staff, defining standard operating procedures for critical steps and monitoring effectiveness along the way

The largest contiguous ranch, in the United States, is on the

Big Island

. The Parker Ranch near Kamuela has about 480,000 acres of land

Did you know?


The Big Island

is the worldwide leader in harvesting macadamia nuts and orchids
Health departments perform

food inspections

and other health related inspections (the person who performs this job is often called a public health inspector)

Food safety

goes beyond passing

health inspections

and meeting

regulatory requirements

In the United States, several states have imposed uniform statewide restaurant grading systems, under which safety and hygiene inspection reports are used to compute numerical scores or letter grades, and those must be prominently posted by restaurants. In Big Island such mandatory posting of restaurant grades is not required. A great way to search and view food inspections performed by the Public Health Department in Big Island is the state of Hawaii's Inspection Health Portal.

To set up an audit at reasonable prices in Big Island or elsewhere in Hawaii, please contact us


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