FSIS Food Security Guidelines for the Transportation and Distribution of Meat, Poultry and Egg Products
Our product set for FSIS’s Food Security Guidelines for the Transportation and Distribution of Meat, Poultry and Egg Products includes a Compliance Plan Template (Word) and a Compliance Tracking Worksheet (Excel), both for $62.49
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Compliance Plan Template: A clear, internally consistent, and operational-level statement of compliance requirements in Microsoft Word©. Make changes to fit your business model. Print formatted professional-quality reports for governmental agencies, business partners, and potential customers.
Compliance Tracking Worksheet: Contains embedded features and functions in Microsoft Excel© to help you prepare for certification - before the audit begins. Store compliance details for internal use. Print formatted professional-quality reports for governmental agencies, business partners, and potential customers.
Product Detail: Our Home Page, FSIS Product Page and a downloadable Feature, Function, and Benefits PDF contain detailed information about the Compliance Plan Templates and the Compliance Tracking Worksheets.
Plan Template Table of Contents and Tracking Worksheet Screen Shot:
Compliance Plan Template: Compliance Plan Template Table of Contents
Compliance Tracking Worksheet: Compliance Tracking Worksheet Print Sample
FSIS Comments: "The FSIS food security guidelines for the transportation and distribution of meat, poultry and eggs are designed to assist small facilities and shippers handling these products. The guidelines provide a list of security measures that may be taken to prevent contamination of meat, poultry, and egg products during loading and unloading, transportation, and in-transit storage."
Citation: FSIS Food Safety and Security for Meat, Poultry, and Egg Products, published by the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Security and Inspection Service (FSIS), as revised April 2005.
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