The BSJ will offer training and business support services to MSME through the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) Voucher for Technical Assistance (VTA) Programme. This grant assistance provides funding of J$200,000 (reduced from J$300,000) For more: dbjvoucher.com
Food safety is about the prevention, elimination, and control of foodborne hazards, from the site of production to the point of consumption. Since food safety hazards may be introduced at any stage of the process, every company in the food supply chain must exercise adequate hazard controls. In fact, food safety can only be maintained through the combined efforts of all parties: governments, producers, retailers and end consumers.
Aimed at all organizations in the food and feed industries, regardless of size or sector, ISO 22000:2018, Food safety management systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain, translates food safety management into a continuously improving process.
The new edition brings clarity of understanding for the thousands of companies worldwide that already used the standard. Read more here
The BSJ will offer training and business support services to MSME through the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) Voucher for Technical Assistance (VTA) Programme.
This grant assistance provides funding of up to J$300,000 for accessing services to improve business operations and promote trade.
For information on if you qualify or how to apply, visit: http://dbjvoucher.com/