Food and beverage companies face a multitude of risks today that include compliance with the U.S Food and Drug Administration, the United States Department of Agriculture, and state-level law. Other challenges include managing processes, procedures, and responsibilities to ensure product quality, managing suppliers, and certifying a safe work environment for employees.
RiskWatch replaces your outdated process of spreadsheets and emails with software that automates all of your key functions. Create assessments for environmental impact, quality, safety, supplier management, compliance to any standard or regulation, and any other need for food and beverage organizations. Improve in each area without adding additional staff or resources.
You can tell RiskWatch has experience and expertise in risk management by looking at how SecureWatch is put together. The system combines ERM and compliance in a way both can be performed at the most efficient way possible. Its automation combines well with the maturity of data available in most of our assessment programs.
Leverages hundreds of customizable assessment questions based on FDA, USDA, FTC and any other regulations or standards.
Full audit-assessment reports are created to demonstrate proof of compliance and track progress.
Keep track of all documents in one central location, accessible to anyone given permission.
Conduct audits and risk assessments on existing suppliers and vet potential partnerships.
Assign software-suggested tasks that help remediate risk and non-compliance
Manages all risk and compliance across your business in automated assessments, saving time and work.
Reduces time needed to reconcile information with single-button access, detailed reporting and the ability to upload and archive auditable evidence.
Provides at-a-glance information regarding your enterprise cyber security, with drill-down functionality for robust reporting.
Utilize comprehensive, high-level audit criteria to ensure regulations and policies are being met.
Generate real-time risk profiles and scores that update as changes occur.
In 2020, Chipotle was fined a whopping $25 million to resolve charges between 2015 and 2018. These charges claimed Chipotle violated the Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act by serving contaminated food that resulted in outbreaks of the norovirus. A lacking food safety program resulted in the mishandling of food, such as keeping food at improper temperatures and allowing a sick employee to handle food items. For more information, click here.