SAI Global, the premier independent assurance organisation that provides restaurant chains, retailers, manufacturers, government, farmers and caterers globally with expert assurance services and validation of their operations has joined The Society of Food Hygiene & Technology (SOFHT) as a Supporting Company Member.

Supporting Company Membership was set up by SOFHT in 2003 as part of a major drive to enlist the support of larger organisations within the food manufacturing, retailing and related industries.

SCM gives businesses access to a range of services from SOFHT such as market updates in food safety, training, seminars and events as well as the opportunity to network with industry colleagues. In turn, membership of some of high profile companies such as SAI Global enhances SOFHT’s reputation as ‘the voice of food hygiene’.

Dawn Welham, Global Technical Director, SAI Global said:

“SAI Global is delighted to become a SOFHT SCM which allows us to join forces with some of the best thought-leaders the industry has to offer and access market-leading developments in technology. This allows SAI Global to enhance our contribution to clients when helping them manage their food risk and towards improving integrity and food safety standards around the world.”

Note to editors – About SAI Global:

At SAI Global, we make Intelligent Risk possible by helping organisations proactively manage risk to achieve business excellence, growth, sustainability and ultimately, create trust.

Our integrated risk management solutions are a combination of world-class tech platforms, services and advisory capabilities that operate across the entire lifecycle allowing businesses to focus on opportunities presented by uncertainty. Together, these tools and knowledge enable customers to develop a holistic, integrated view of risk. In Australia, we are also a leading provider of settlement related services; company, personal and property information.

SAI Global Limited’s head office is located in Sydney, Australia. We employ more than 2,000 people across 29 countries and 51 locations across Europe, Australia, North America and Asia.