QMS Audits is Australia’s fastest growing Food Safety and Quality Management Consultancy. Everything we do at QMS Audits comes back to quality of the service we provide and three key words. Simple. Realistic. Effective.
QMS Audits offers food safety auditing, training and consulting in a broad range of food businesses from large multinationals to airlines to medium sized FMCG and family owned packing sheds and stockfeed mills.
At QMS Audits, we don’t want our clients to just pass quality and food safety audits, we want to help them to build strong food safety programs and quality management systems that protect their business and reputation – even on their busiest day.
Our objective is to see each of our clients improve their programs year on year.
Our QMS Audits team of specialists across Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane is a highly technical mix of RABSQA/Exemplar Global Food Safety Auditors, Microbiologists and Food Scientists, giving us a wide range of technical capability.
We have selected our people based on their sensible and practical approach. We don’t believe in bloated quality management systems. During our HACCP Training, quality management system consulting and HACCP audits, we encourage all of our clients to streamline and reduce waste.
We have seen examples where our streamlined BRC quality manual was smaller than their existing HACCP quality manual. You need just enough to comply with requirements and run a good, efficient business. You don’t want extra bits and pieces left in from previous clients that are not relevant to your business.
At QMS Audits, everyday we help to improve a clients HACCP plan, document an approved supplier program or perform a second party customer audit. We know the simplest and most straight forward way to meet the requirements of the Food Standards Code as well as GFSI and retailer standards.
As each of QMS Audits’ consultants have a combination of both quality and production experience, we understand first hand the importance of making recommendations that are easy to implement and maintain, preferably with existing resources.
Throughout our careers we have seen first hand that small changes are more likely to be implemented properly and sustained even on the busiest, worst day.
Strong understanding of Food Safety, regulatory and customer requirements are essential elements of an effective food safety and quality program.