Current Projects

In 2016 Infocus Food Safety have commenced projects with a number of clients who are taking a proactive approach to food safety management, adopting a holistic view and moving towards developing their companies food safety culture, not only food safety management.

Infocus is also managing Food Safety Training for clients who have over 400 sites nationally. The team at Infocus ensures both head office and site locations are supported to ensure the enrolment process through to course to completion is as efficient as possible.

Food Safety Culture is a key consideration when Infocus undertakes its services, whether that be a HACCP or ISO 22000 food safety management system or delivery food safety refresher training.

 

Past Projects

Austin Health

  • Infocus Management Group are working together with Austin Hospital to re-develop and implement new food safety programs across Austin Health facilities.  The process includes onsite staff training to ensure the effective implementation of the new food safety management system.  The project commenced in August 2014 with an anticipated completion date of mid December 2014.

Metropolitan Based City Council

  • Facilitation of onsite training for 118 Home and Community Care Workers (HACC), Team Leaders and Assessment Officers, conducted over 7 sessions.  Upon successful completion participants were awarded the nationally recognised unit of competency HLTFS207B follow basic food safety practices.

Community Chef - Regional Food Kitchen

  • Provision of HACCP and specialist food safety advice during the development stage of this innovative production kitchen, based in Altona, Victoria. The Regional Food Kitchen produces 1.5M (up to 2.2M) meals per annum to service 13 councils' Meals on Wheels programs.
  • Working closely with the Quality Manager to develop the HACCP System to enable Community Chef manage food related risks and achieve HACCP Certification  

Krispy Kreme Australia

  • Development of a HACCP Program and ongoing managment and training services to enable Krispy Kreme Factory Stores achieve HACCP Certification  

Origin Energy

  • Development of food safety policies and procedures for the Yolla Offshore Platform (Bass Strait) for short term food service operations
  • Sourcing of food service equipment that would meet Origins Energy's specific food service  safety and quality requirements

EHA (Environmental Health Australia)

  • Management of Environmental Health Australia's compliance requirements as a Registered Training Organisation
  • Managmenet of EHA's Professional Development Programs including the Food Act Legal Management Course and Emergency Management Course

 

 

Accreditations / Affiliations