As a responsible catering service provider QSATCO is committed to the provision of a safe and healthy working environment for all its employees to provide Quality Food & Service to all its clients. In line with this commitment, every practicable effort will be made to eliminate the risk of injury, property damage and process loss in food contaminations. We endeavor to serve the needs of all our clients & contractors that are safe for consumption, as well as meet or exceed customer requirements and comply with all statutory and regulatory requirements. We accomplish this by implementing the operational methods that recognize food safety and customer satisfaction as our primary goals.
We strive continually to improve the effectiveness of our Food Safety Management System and our commitment to customer satisfaction by monitoring our performance against our established objectives and through leadership that promotes employee involvement. This concept represents QSATCO's commitment to provide safe food products and to continually improve in order to serve our growing and demanding customer base.
In compliance of this Policy, the Company's objectives are:
- To implement and maintain a food safety management system and ccupational health & safety management system in accordance to ISO 22000:2005 and OHSAS 18001:2007 respectively
- To ensure safe cooking operations and personal safety following OHSAS 18001
- To comply with all relevant statutory laws, regulations and guidelines relating to occupational health and safety protection
- To operate, maintain food materials in a manner that will prevent food contaminations
- To ensure that all employees are aware of their responsibilities in accordance with the company and statutory requirements such as Health, Safety & Hygiene.
The ultimate responsibility for implementation of this policy leads with the entire structure of the management, who are responsible for the application and maintenance of this Policy. This can only be achieved through regular and effective consultations, trainings & communications.
Edwin Mervin Hurtis