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THE INSIDE SCOOP  |  PESCATECH NEWSLETTER  |  JUNE 2020

LAUNCHED 1 JUNE 2020

OUR NEW WEBSITE IS LIVE!

On our BRAND new website & social channels you will find:

  • Our latests Newsflashes, updates and news
  • Easy-to-use product page
  • Our latest catalogue – packed with information and latest product updates & colours
  • All products & generate your own quote request to fit your needs.
With the new Chic(k) on the block, we introduce all the equipment that can be found in these 3 new shades – These are colour coded with the numbers 66,77,88 at the end
of the product code.
Our products are grouped into easy recognizable categories and individual icons for easy selection, this helps you to navigate to your preferred section.

NEWS

Under the News tab you will find our most recent and previously posted news, releases, product info and best practices.

We have introduced 7 kits to use in your specific industry!

For more information on these kits, you can speak to one of our hygiene consultants.

VIEW 7 KITS

Simply put, food safety is essential when producing food.
Good hygiene and cleaning practices increase food safety.

Food security is achieved when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to food that meets their dietary needs for an active and healthy life. In fact, food safety is a critical part of the utilization component of the four dimensions of food security – availability, access, utilization, and stability.

Food safety is a shared responsibility from production to consumption. Food safety is everyone’s responsibility and therefore everyone’s business. Today, food is processed in greater volumes and distributed over greater distances than ever before. Widespread collaboration and contributions of all actors in the food supply chain, as well as good governance and regulations, are essential to food safety.

COLOUR CODING FOR FOOD SAFETY

We at Pescatech believe tightly controlled systems and procedures are essential to comply with regulations – and ensure food safety.

A colour coding system for your work areas, tools and equipment is a simple way to prevent cross-contamination, and ensures you are better prepared to meet GFSI- approved food safety standards.

When correctly implemented, colour coding should be easy to follow, and encourages employees to take extra responsibility for food safety and cleanliness in their work area.

COLOUR CODING FOR FOOD SAFETY

Tips and tricks on how to implement colour coding effectively: 

  • Use contrasting colours.
  • Use colour-blind friendly combinations.
  • Keep it simple.
  • Make sure the colours make sense. 
  • Use signs to make it clear.
  • Communicate your plan clearly throughout the facility.
  • Colour coding by use
  • Colour coding by process
  • Colour coding by zone

Our Hygiene Product Specialist will help you achieve this. 

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