Liability and Risk
If you’re a farmer you understand, too much rain at the wrong time is a liability to your crop. On the other hand when the season is less than 50% of normal you end up taking a risk just to plant a crop.
With that said I ask why put yourself in this situation on purpose?
What I mean is without a Food Safety Plan you are putting your company at risk.
Yes at RISK.
If you did NOT say YES immediately you have some work ahead of you.
But it doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. You see ScoringAg recordkeeping is cost effective and complete. For as little as $0.55 per record you will become compliant with the Food Safety Modernization Act, uploading photos and video to complete your recordkeeping. Your even able to have equipment and employee records stored in ScoringAg’s UNIX based system.
It is really as simple as this go to www.scoringag.com click on open an account, choose your number of entities, locations, photos and video then submit. Next you will choose your business type. Now you will fill in your personal information, choose a login and password. Wow, your almost done setting up your account, but the most important information comes now. Yes this is where you will put in SPID Number 0117793 with this number you will now have FREE tech support as long as you’re a ScoringAg customer.
Now is the time to move your recordkeeping into ScoringAg, FDA was given $39MILLION to enforce the FSMA law. So unless you’re looking forward to paying FDA $224 hour per employee, to go through your recordkeeping system I would seriously consider what ScoringAg offers.
You can even take it a step further with our PDA and Print solutions saving yourself time at the end of the day no need to sit at the computer putting in records. All you have to do is sync the PDA to the computer and your information is then uploaded in to ScoringAg database. This solution is also practical when you think of the hours an employee or you will spend documenting your companies activities.
Stop by and say HI we will be at Booth 3622, Pavilion C, at the World Ag Expo, February 14-16, 2012 in Tulare CA