Are third party food safety and sanitation audits (inspections) really necessary on-board U.S. Maritime commercial vessels? Having been on-board a number of vessels the past three years, I have found these audits (inspections) critical in the process of creating a food safety system to control food bourne risks. Who is the regulatory authority that governs the inspections of maritime vessels? On land we have the local Health Department that is the regulatory authority that does carry outs the inspection of food operations. But, most maritime vesssels rely on internal procedures to control food bourne risk factors.
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