Food Safety

Food Safety Compliance

The Food Safety Authority of Ireland recently published their annual report outlining its key activities for 2016 which highlight the significant outputs delivered across its core regulatory functions to strive to protect public health in relation to food. The FSAI safeguards public health through effective regulation of the food industry which it carries out in partnership with the official agencies who work under a service contract arrangement.

In this report the FSAI state that;

  • 39 food alerts issued which is the highest number of food alerts in ten years. The food alerts resulted in product recalls or withdrawals from the Irish market for a range of reasons including presence of foreign bodies, pathogens (bugs) or chemical contamination.
  • 28 food allergen alerts were issued. In Ireland, milk, soybeans, eggs and nuts were the most common allergens incorrectly labelled or declared in 2016.
  • 106 Enforcement Orders were served on food businesses for breaches in food safety legislation. The Enforcement Orders were issued by environmental health officers in the Health Service Executive and by veterinary inspectors from the local authorities This included 94 Closure Orders, 3 Improvement Orders and 9 Prohibition Orders served on food businesses.

Dulann’s Food Safety Online Training

Dulann’s Food Safety course’s are without a doubt the best online food safety course’s on the Irish market. They have been designed by an EHAI approved trainer who is also a licensed trainer with the National Hygiene Partnership. A tailored solution is also provided to meet the specific requirements in a process or production environment.

Dulann are proud to offer our clients three Food Safety online training courses. The Allergen Awareness training course includes information on consumer information requirements under Regulation (EC) No 1160/2011 on the provision of information to consumers. Our HACCP Food Safety Level 1 and 2 training courses meet the legislation (EC) No 852/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs. For more information on our Food Safety online training courses check out the links below!

About Dulann

Introducing dulann.com, Ireland’s only dedicated eLearning company.

Our clients such as Greencore PLC are using the advances in technology to increase effectiveness whilst at the same time reduce costs. It’s not rocket science or anything new, it’s just a way of training that makes sense. The financial, medical, educational and retail professions have been using eLearning for years.

Managed online and available 24/7 from any location, dulann allows your employees the opportunity to complete their training at a time, place and pace that suits you. Of course all of this can be done on your very own branded corporate university website. This means that training can now be conducted during slow periods, unscheduled shutdowns, in small bite sized chunks, at home or at any time or place that suits your operations.

Dulann is creating an eLearning revolution and turning the training industry on its head by offering free training as part of our total solution. We also provide blended learning, classroom training, contractor inductions, procedure simulations and much more. Your information is now managed in a central location, available in real time to anyone with appropriate access rights. Our system allows you to manage your offline training too which will free up time spent on admin by up to 70%.

Your training delivery is always consistent with eLearning. Dulann provides you with the most innovative and engaging courses that actually deliver better results than traditionally taught courses. Cognitive learning theory applied to a SCORM compliant learning management system increases long term memory retention and provides a full audit trail.

Additional Information

There are no entry requirements for any of Dulann’s training courses. Our online courses are very easy to use and all you need is a computer with an internet connection. It is recommended that you use a laptop or desktop and have installed Flash Player 8.0 or above. Courses can be taken on a tablet providing you are using a flash enabled browser.

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