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D.L. Newslow & Associates Joins SafetyChain Software Preferred Partner Program

Published: Monday, May 20, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, May 20, 2013
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Partnership will offer world-class FSQA technology and food safety consulting / training services to food and beverage companies.

SafetyChain Software™ is very pleased to announce that D.L. Newslow & Associates, a leading food safety training and consulting organization, has joined the SafetyChain Preferred Partner Program.

Members of the partner program work together to help clients create -- and successfully execute -- world-class food safety and quality programs.

•    SafetyChain works with food and beverage growers/suppliers, manufacturers/co-packers, distributors/brokers and food retailers/services companies to deploy innovative solutions to help: eliminate manual processes and errors; prevent withdrawals, rejections and recalls; support compliance and protect market value and brand. Integrated, modular solutions include supplier compliance, COA automation, vendor scorecards, FSQA data management, HACCP program automation, GFSI compliance, finished product testing, customer compliance and pre-shipment reviews.
•    D.L. Newslow & Associates' team is composed of food safety and quality experts who assist operations of all sizes across many different food and beverage industry segments with services that include: Food Safety Management Systems for GFSI benchmarked schemes: FSSC 22000, SQF, BRC, IFS; Quality Management System development; HACCP plan development, implementation and maintenance; internal auditor training; root cause analysis/risk assessment; and development, maintenance and integration of ISO 9001, 17025, 22000, 22716, 14000, OHSAS 1800 programs. President Debby Newslow is the recipient of the 2013 NFS Leadership Award for food safety training.

"SafetyChain partners with industry leading consulting organizations that can help our clients create best-in-class FSQA programs. The synergies between SafetyChain's solutions and D.L. Newslow & Associates' services will bring a lot of value to our mutual clients and prospects, and we are very proud to have Debby Newslow and her team join our preferred partner program," said Barbara Levin, SafetyChain SVP and co-founder.

"In today's complex, global food supply chain, automation is becoming more and more critical to ensuring safety and quality -- and to complying with regulatory and customer requirements as well as 3rd party schemes. SafetyChain delivers both comprehensive automation solutions and highly responsive customer service -- and we're very excited to have them as a D.L. Newslow & Associates partner," added DLN President, Debby Newslow.


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