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Auditor Code of Conduct
Reliance on auditing and other relatively prescriptive processes to monitor compliance is expected to occur less and less over time.
Safe Food supports the use, where possible, of electronic supply chain verification systems that are supported by industry and that give a better overview of the complete food safety story.
Flexibility in monitoring food safety outcomes is provided under the Food Production (Safety) Regulation 2014. Safe Food may monitor compliance with food safety schemes by one or more methods that are considered appropriate to the nature of the business engaging in the production of primary produce and the risks associated with the business.
Methods of monitoring include, for example, auditing, investigating, verification, oversight and surveillance of an accreditation holder’s business, to ensure the holder is complying with relevant food safety requirements.
Auditors that have been approved by Safe Food are listed on the auditor register. Auditors on this register are able to conduct audits for businesses in Queensland, Australia.
Approved auditors are required to complete annual training with Safe Food. For more information on training, please contact us.