Food Safety Technical Support, Audits & Training for Oil and Gas Operators, Contractors & Caterers

ISO 22000 Lead Auditor Training

ISO 22000: 2005 Food Safety Management System Lead Auditor Course is organised in partnership with IQ Management Systems. (Registration Number IRCA A17362)

ISO 22000:2005 is the internationally recognised standard that defines the parameters for an effective food safety management system based on Haccp. More and more organisations in the food sector are encouraging their suppliers to demonstrate compliance to this standard, and this is creating a demand for trained and competent ISO 22000:2005 auditors.

This intensive, challenging and highly interactive ISO 22000:2005 training program organised by our partners IQ Management Systems is for those people who require an in-depth understanding of the International Food Safety Management System Standard ISO 22000:2005, and the range of auditing techniques and protocols associated with the lead auditor role in the food sector.

We hold course in the UK or can hold courses at a location or country of your choice. IRCA requirements are for a maximum of 10 people with one tutor.

New FAQ's

The FAQ section has been expanded and gives more information about services. The can also be downloaded as a 'pdf' file.

Website Improvements

A new section, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) has been added - the range of questions will be extended over the next few weeks..

The appearance of the website has also been improved to ensure it displays correctly in standard size monitors. Please let us know, if you are having problems viewing or navigating around the site.

Training Course Information

Information is now available about our food safety and Haccp courses - see FOOD SAFETY SERVICES. An Information Downloads page has been added which contains the syllabi for our training courses.

Management of Change Case Study

A case study has been added to illustrate some of the changes which should be considered when a significant increase in employees and contractors are expected e.g. mobilisation of additional staff for the next phase of a project. This is an example of part of a case study used in our food safety training courses.

The case study considers how this can be looked at as a Management of Change activity. This isn't the usual interpretation but one which is still valid as a failure to take into consideration catering when project planning can have a significant impact on workforce productivity and health.

Management of Change Case Study

New Food Safety Website

This new web site is aimed at operators, contractors & caterers in the E&P sector who have responsibility for contracting, managing or monitoring industrial catering operations and who may benefit from food safety support. These services are detailed in the section 'Food Safety Services'

The website was originally conceived as a collection of information for existing clients.The Internet Resources are a collection of links to health, catering and food safety information. Comments about the site and resources are welcome - if you have any comments or suggestions for other links, please e-mail

Changes and additions to the website will be posted in the ' New Website Links'.