Flexible Platform for Food Safety
Complying with HACCP programs, ISO frameworks as well as FSMA and GFSI is a critical component of meeting industry requirements towards food safety. Verse enables you to meet these requirements and adapt to your unique processes through a flexible business-rules workflow platform. Verse recognizes that your software should reflect your company. With Verse’s robust platform, you get the flexibility you need to be productive.
Drag and drop fields, move the workflow around—make it yours. This drag and drop platform allows you to configure the workflow, forms, fields and keywords to not only meet your own unique needs, but also meet the regulatory needs for Food Safety Management. Mitigate food safety risks with HACCP Software
Farm to Fork Traceability
As part of both a regulatory and consumer need for compliance, organizations are looking for Food Safety Management Software Solutions that provide them with the traceability they need to ensure that they have control over every aspect of the process. Verse provides a host of modules to link food safety throughout the various processed, and provide advance reporting to help companies trace events down the food chain.
Through integrated modules, organizations can link adverse events to corrective action and change management. This level of visibility helps to make companies “audit-ready”—meaning they have all the tools they need to address any concerns when inspected by the FDA or other regulatory body.
Plan and take action on Food Safety
Part of any Food Safety Management plan is ensuring that you are following your processes. Through comprehensive Document Control, you can ensure that you are controlling documentation, prerequisite programs, and specifications. You can also build out a comprehensive HACCP plan, mapping out your process and linking risks to hazards, implementing controls and critical control points. The other part is taking action when needed.
Verse's comprehensive Corrective Action helps to ensure that you are effectively correcting any adverse events. Then you can close the loop by regularly auditing your HACCP program, to ensure you are keeping up with compliance. Initiate a CAPA for recalls