What steps should you take to re-open when we come out of COVID-19 level 4Time: Apr 27, 2020 10:00 AM in Auckland, Wellington
As patients depend on their medications and vaccines and costs are high, storing these at optimal temperatures is obligatory to preserve them and minimise risk. Pharmacists are also required to perform regular temperature control checks to be compliant. However, in a busy environment serving customers, manual safety compliance takes up a significant proportion of pharmacists’ time that could be spent more efficiently.
Food safety control is a time-consuming job for large hospitality businesses, particularly when it is still done with pen and paper. Multi-site hospitality businesses can save significant time and reduce costs by digitizing their food safety management.When Auckland Council made temperature monitoring of fridges containing perishable foods compulsory, Matt Farley, Group Chef of AUT Hospitality Services, started to look at fresh ways to implement the new requirements without hindering staff from performing other key tasks like serving their customers.