Certification defines the capability and willingness of individuals and organizations to meet and maintain specific standards of performance, including process, maintenance and record keeping. Some markets require certain certifications before a business can operate. In others, certification is an added value for your business, putting you at the top in your field. Attaining certification is only part of the equation. Ongoing maintenance of high standards and performance levels is what ensures a quality product time after time.

Prism Capabilities

Prism consultants have led our customers to certification and ongoing maintenance in the following disciplines:

ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management
ISO 14001 Environmental
ISO 16489 Automotive
ISO 13485 Medical Device
ISO 22000 Food Quality and Safety
In addition, we provide internal audit training and certification in each of these areas.

Food Processing, Manufacturing, and Production

In food production, incidents of contamination, illness and even death have resulted in intense process scrutiny of suppliers by FDA and the US Department of Agriculture. The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requires the industry to meet and maintain new and ever changing standards.

Producing or serving a high-quality product that is safe for consumption requires a proactive program to monitor the process from farm to table; and each step along the way can be filled with challenges. The Prism eSolutions team is prepared to help you meet those challenges.

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Analyze production and process structure Easy to use, highly functional Certified, trained, capable
Conduct Gap analysis and report Customizable "Fresh set of eyes"
Create Prerequisites Checklist (PRC) Track results and documentation Ensure compliance
Document HACCP tasks Instant, at-a-glance metrics, reports, heat maps
Create hygiene rules
Produce flow chart
Health questionnaires
Train internal auditors
Provide ongoing calibration and compliance

Certification of Compliance with Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Regulation – An Ongoing Requirement

Three categories:

1 Regular inspections of the process to ensure compliance.
2 A documented, effective training program for all employees.
3 Development and implementation of a specific HAACP plan to:

Assess hazards
Determine Critical Control Points (CCP)
Establish CCP monitoring
Create corrective actions
Provide procedures that verify the HAACP plan is working properly

Prism Capabilities

Gap analysis
Analyze production process & structure
Prerequisites Checklist (PRP)
Tracking & documentation software
Flow chart
Hygiene rules
Health questionnaires

Prism Value

Mitigate risk
Protect your brand