Food Safety College
Food industry and services are growing. Market demands are increasing. For this reason, a special formula is needed to simultaneously integrate food safety, food quality and halal/lawful food needs. The food safety management system includes Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), GMP, ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, BRC, and other food safety management systems. In halal matters, the MUI issues HAS 23000 as a guideline for implementation. Other needs can be in the form of advanced knowledge in terms of food allergens management, food additives, food defense, and so on.
Human Resource College
Humans are the determining factor in the success of a business. Therefore, the right and precise method is needed to obtain and develop reliable human resources. Through a comprehensive combination of recruitment, selection and people development programs, quality human resources will be obtained.
Health, Safety, Environment College
SHE stands for Safety, Health, and Environment. Is a blend of Occupational Health and Safety (K3) management systems and environmental management system. At present the government is starting to require the industry to implement a Health and Safety (SMK3) Management System, which means your company must start preparing to implement it. In the ISO series, guidelines for the health and safety management system are found in ISO 45001, while the environmental management system is in ISO 14001. As a derivative of these two systems, the Contractor Safety Management System (CSMS) is present as a requirement for vendors in the selection process, and guarantees customer, that vendors have consistently applied SHE in their work environment and service environment that will be provided to customers.
ISO 9001 has become a basic requirement for every industry and service. For example, the automotive manufacturing industry, household appliances, up to schools and hospitals, require a quality management system in ensuring quality consistency in the products and services provided to customers. By focusing on customer satisfaction, risk-based thinking, Plan-Do-Check-Action Cycle, and sustainability, ISO 9001: 2015 becomes the most updated and applicable quality management system to be applied today.