Monthly Archives: April 2015

The barbecue season

As we move towards a hotter time of year, with sunny days and warm evenings, it is only natural that people want to enjoy a barbecue. Unfortunately, the risk of food poisoning increases at hotter times of the year. However, by bearing the following advice in mind, the risk will be reduced significantly! When out [...]

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How do I buy and roll out a digital internal control system?

Once you have decided to buy and implement a digital internal control system, the questions tend to pile up. How do I get the best use out of the time and money that I have invested? This is something we often hear when we speak to potential customers. To help you with the issues on [...]

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Guide to increased quality in the large-scale catering establishment

Serving good-quality food using fresh ingredients is something about which everyone who works in a kitchen environment is passionate. On the other hand, a lack of regard to safety and quality may have serious consequences. The worst-case scenario would be a customer or guest falling ill because of the food. However, even if people do [...]

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How can I optimise the kitchen environment?

An optimised kitchen environment is vital for enabling you to work and perform as a kitchen manager. “Optimising the kitchen environment” sounds good, but it can also generate a few question marks. Where should I start, and in what order should I do everything? To make this easier and provide a little more information for [...]

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The assurance guide

Are there any guarantees that the logging system will always work, and what happens if any questions arise? Naturally, a lab operation must impose strict requirements for the equipment used in its quality assurance work and the support that it expects from a quality system. We have produced a white paper that describes the services [...]

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Investments in control systems

Once you have started to look at control systems for your lab, the budget question soon rears its head. Naturally, you would like to know the scope of such a project, as well as the type of investment that you are facing. We have been delivering our quality assurance systems for laboratories since 1998, so [...]

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Requirements for laboratory control systems

There are many different solution types for temperature logging with significantly different price tags, and working out what type of solution you actually need can feel overwhelming. In our experience, you should consider what you want to achieve; it is then a matter of tailoring the solution to your type of operation. For example, someone [...]

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Keeping track of quality in the lab?

As the person in charge of the laboratory or for quality and cold storage in the laboratory, you have a tough job keeping track of all the equipment and ensuring that it is all working as it should. This can quickly develop into a lot of extra manual work, which perhaps feels hard to prioritise [...]

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