Monthly Archives: May 2014

So are eggs bad for us or good?

So with eggs continuing to be the main food causing food poisoning in Australia, the question needs to be asked whether eggs are good for us or bad? For quite some time there have been claims that eggs are bad for us nutritionally, and especially that they cause¬†the bad cholesterol (LDL) to increase in our…
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Food Industry Recall Protocol updated.

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is pleased to announce that the new edition of the Food Industry Recall Protocol, 7th Edition, May 2014 is now available.¬† It has been officially released today by Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash. The Food Industry Protocol has been updated by FSANZ with the assistance of the Australian…
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Ongoing support for all Food Safety Supervisors is now available

So Food Safety Supervisors have to have specific training to be recognised in that role, this means going to a Registered Training Organisation and doing a course. Once assessed, they receive a Certificate from the RTO and then they register with their local council. Now they are a recognised FSS but are they keeping up…
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Food Safety Training – a trainers perspective

Whenever people do any type of training they have varying motivates for doing so. This seems to be the case, regardless of the nature of the training. Some are doing it because they are engrossed in the subject matter, are passionate about their industry or feel they want to increase their skills and knowledge in…
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