Free HACCP workshop for HACCP team leaders in Zagreb

first_imgThe Quality Management Department of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, as part of the Food Business Assistance Program, is organizing a free two-day HACCP workshop to be held on September 28 and 29 from 10 am to 16 pm at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, Rooseveltov trg 2 in Zagreb.At the workshop, participants will be introduced to the legal requirements in the field of food safety and explained the obligations of entities in the food business. In the practical part, participants will be introduced to ways to meet legal requirements, practical examples from practice to develop or control the compliance of their own food safety management systems based on HACCP principles.HACCP workshop is free, and is intended for all entities in the food business, leaders and members of HACCPs who in practice establish, implement and maintain a food safety system as a legislative obligation related to the provisions of the Food Act and all interested parties who in any way participate in the implementation of this legislative framework in food production, processing or distribution in the food chain.It is done in small groups, so, if necessary, after completing these groups, all applicants will be informed about the date of the next HACCP workshop. All information can be obtained from the Quality Management Department by calling 01 / 4561-551.last_img read more

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GPL pole crashes through roof of Industrial Site home

first_imgChevon Harry, her two children and her reputed husband are contemplating alternative sleeping arrangements on Thursday evening after a GPL electric post came crashing through the roof of her apartment at Industrial Site Ruimveldt squatting area.The mother of a nine-year-old and six-year-old told Guyana Times that she was in the yard washing when the pole came crashing down. Up to late Thursday, the electric wires and the fuse were seen in the bedrooms of her home.She claimed several persons in the area called the power company and reported the matter and although a prompt response was promised, up to late Thursday evening, no one visited.The images provided indicate the woman’s house received substantial damage. She told Guyana Times that her two television sets fell to the floor as a result of the impact.As such, she is calling for full compensation for the damage suffered, adding that the lives of her family were put at risk.She was, however, thankful that no one was inside the house at the time of the incident. The post was reportedly attached to a section of the John Fernandes Container Yard.last_img read more

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