FoodCloud have a strict Food Safety Policy in operation throughout its business and Hubs.
Both businesses and charities must comply with all the relevant food safety guidelines and are both asked to sign agreements to reflect this before they can sign up to FoodCloud. We have verified that our processes meet with the guidelines provided by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland. If you need any advice or support regarding food safety, please contact Karen, our Food Safety Officer: email@example.com
Who looks after Food Safety at FoodCloud?
While everyone in FoodCloud is trained in and responsible for food safety, FoodCloud does employ a Food Safety Officer. Karen McGrane-Capcarrere works with charities and food suppliers as well as the FoodCloud team to ensure that all food safety guidelines are followed, and necessary protocols are in place.
If you have any questions relating to food safety please contact the Food Safety Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the role of FoodCloud's Food Safety Officer?
The Food Safety Officer is responsible for ensuring that organisations using the FoodCloud system are capable of reaching the food safety requirements.The role of the food safety officer is to offer support in the area of food safety for FoodCloud’s member organisations.We do this through engagement and evaluating where support is needed, through the following:– Supporting member organisations in achieving compliance
– With support from the NSAI we can offer free of charge training on the NSAI IS340 /2007 Hygiene in the Catering Sector programme – a saving of €42 – With support from the FSAI we can offer the Safe Catering Folder, worth €80, free of charge
What Food Safety training does FoodCloud offer?
With support from the Environmental Health Officers Association and the National Hygiene Partnership FoodCloud can offer food safety training Level 1 and 2 to all of our member organisations at a very competitive price.Training is delivered in each of our Hubs and can also be delivered at the organisations’ own premises for convenience.
Food Safety Legislation states that all food handlers must have food safety training commensurate to their work activities and at FoodCloud we have devised a way of ensuring that this is obtainable for our members.
Who advises FoodCloud about Food Safety?
FoodCloud are fortunate enough to have a selection of food industry representatives that make themselves available to us for guidance and support in the area of policy change and food safety in relation to surplus food use.
This group have supported FoodCloud since the beginning and are an excellent resource given that there are no EU guidelines that address Surplus food redistribution at the moment. The FSAI as part of this group have worked on publishing guidelines to support food businesses in this area.