CheckPoint is an intuitive digital tool that makes it easier to log and track temperatures, procedures, non-conformances and measures. The age of pen and paper is past. Digital logging provides a far more effective tool for measuring temperature and monitoring all kinds of regular procedures.
Makes it easier to record measurements
CheckPoint provides an overview of temperature control tasks and other regular procedures. It sends reminders to take additional measurements if needed, or if tasks have not been completed, along with recommended actions to deal with any issues. This makes it easier for the person taking the measurements to remember their tasks and perform their job correctly every time.
Reduces non-conformances and lost inventory
Staff with access to the web solution can view the full history and the complete incident log. Reports, statistics and non-conformance records make it possible to find patterns in the discrepancies, in either individual shops or across several locations. As such, CheckPoint becomes a tool for improving procedures, reducing non-conformances and cutting inventory losses.
Provides thorough documentation
CheckPoint meets the requirements of the Norwegian Food Safety Authority (Mattilsynet, which maintains one of the highest standards worldwide) for procedures and documentation, and ensures that all incidents are recorded and stored. In addition, because all non-conformances can be stored with photographic evidence, the solution provides a reliable basis for any complaints to suppliers or transport companies.
All in one place
The solution is role-based and available in three versions
This is the version which staff use to register temperature measurements and record the completion of routine tasks. It lists all the tasks to be carried out, along with reminders designed to ensure that nothing is forgotten. In the event of non-conformances, users can consult guidelines to determine what action to take.
As the name suggests, this app is for managers. Everything that happens in CheckPoint Probe is replicated here. Non-conformances dealt with in Probe appear on the task list in Manager. Manual temperature measurements not recorded in Probe trigger notification and an alarm. They must then be dealt with in Manager as a corrective measure. Corrective measures can be taken either from the manager’s smartphone or via Dashboard. This makes it easy to maintain an overview of the actions to be taken or that have already been completed.
The Dashboard version is an online solution that provides managers with complete control and overview of their shops. It stores the necessary information for documentation for the Norwegian Food Safety Authority and other parties. Staff with other administrative roles can also use this solution and access an overview of all shops. In addition, they can use it to view reports and statistics. For example, they can see which suppliers have the most non-conformances on their deliveries, for an individual unit, within a set region, or for the entire country.