quality management systems.

Organic Servces facilitates introduction, maintenance and improvement of quality management systems in the food industry and in the certification business.

  • Food industry: Production, processing and trading has its challenges in the organic sector in general. Particularly when product chains are handled internationally, different legal regulations (EU regulation 834/2007, JAS, NOP etc.) as well as private standards need to be considered. We are able to provide advice for your quality management department or even take responsibility for implementation of new quality management systems in your company. We will lead you through the process of preparation for certification or even maintain your quality management on a long run and keep track on all quality management systems you want or need to run.
  • Certification bodies: Quality management systems are relevant to certification bodies, accreditation bodies as well as standard setting organizations. Organic Services is able to offer its expertise in establishing or further developing a quality system within your company/ organization. This may involve a reference to private and public norms such as the IFOAM Norms, ISO 65/EN 45011 or other private certification standards or regulations. This could include developing a QM - manual, for example if you wish to accredit your certification body.
  • Strategic advice: Organic Services supports your decision-making process and can work with you to find the right quality statement for your organization’s success. Questions like which market trends need to be reflected in the strategic management are addressed and structured.

implementation of software in certification and food business.

As quality management requirements increase, very often software can facilitate compliance with regulations or can provide necessary data to monitor quality management procedures. We cooperate with software providers who are offering unique and proven software tools for audit management, transparency and traceability as well as Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Read more..