Food Safety Manager – South Carolina
Successful candidate should be trained in the latest investigative techniques and are fully educated in the latest food safety and quality assurance methods. They should have up-to-date training in the new technologies used in processing and manufacturing, including what is required for the control of these technologies for them to function at maximum effectiveness and to assure proper performance. They must also be able to evaluate the performance of equipment and instruments used in production to assure they are appropriately controlled and monitored. In short, they must be well trained and understand the importance of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs), recognize deviations from GMPs and know the impact on product quality and safety. Finally, candidate should understand the utilization and application of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) based systems as a means of enhancing the existing quality assurance and control measures used by the food industry.
- Supervisor to HACCP/SSOP Checker
- Auditing of HACCP documentation
- Auditing of SSOP documentation
- Observer corrective actions given by production
- Keep noncompliance records at a reduced level
- Insure complex goals are met
- Adhere to all safety requirements including PPE, preventing and reporting unsafe acts and conditions, Lockout-Tagout procedures and Process Safety Management related matters.
This position spends:
20% of a normal workweek supervising other associates
20% of a normal workweek training/ developing associates
50% of a normal workweek performing technical analyses and writing reports
10% of a normal workweek in production or maintenance-related activities
Has the authority to stop operation and prevent shipment of product that does not meet established guidelines.
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