RAGB’s technical staff is capable of implementing and/or standardizing the Best Practices System with the Ministry of Livestock and Supply (MAPA). Our team is able to develop quality systems and create high-quality manuals based on best practices.
We utilize implementation and correction audits, and then create reports that contain recommendations for important improvements to your entire quality system. We work with companies to devise action plans and correct all nonconformities that are found, if any.
Implementation of a Good Practices System is fundamental to obtaining a MAPA operating license. This process is required for all establishments that need regulation by the Ministry.
Previously established systems require standardization. The RAGB team performs an evaluation audit and, together with the company, carries out the adjustments necessary for obtaining a MAPA license.
The action plan includes all the steps that are necessary for implementing and effectively standardizing quality systems, and for organizing work groups.
We ensure quality team engagement and involvement of several employees throughout the entire quality process, providing sustainability and maintenance of your quality system for licensing.
Whenever a quality system needs to be developed, we offer documentary and physical system design consulting. The RAGB team’s priority is the needs of your company. Our work includes creation and adaptation of a Good Practices manual, which includes procedures, work instructions, records, forms and qualification of collaborators who are involved in the entire system.