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Stay compliant with our Aged Care Food Safety Program

A food Safety Program outlines the food handling process to manage risks of potentially hazardous foods to the elderly.  As a Class 1 food premise, an Aged Care Home is required to have a Food Safety Program customised to their individual needs to keep our residents safe! With our Food Safety Program on hand, go into your annual audits with ease, knowing your Food Safety Program handles your Aged Care home needs accurately. 

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Meet specific legislative requirements

with our
Food Safety Program

Our Aged Care Food Safety Program is...

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and straight forward making it user-friendly for all food staff

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to your individual home's needs

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Meets current and specific legislative requirements for Aged Care centres

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Includes ongoing support from our food safety experts

Our Food Safety experts will guide you through the process


Using our extensive history developing in food safety programs For Aged Care home, we’re here to make this process as simple as possible. We will build a Food Safety Program specifically for your home to meet your individual needs, help you implement it and check in to ensure your Food Safety Program is working for you. 


It’s all part of our support to help you deliver five-star care.

Each Food Safety Program is tailored to your Aged Care Home!


  • Effectively support your daily food handling operations

  • Accurately reflect your home's processes

  • Capture food safety hazards to stay compliant

Update your Food Safety Program to stay compliant!


Your Food safety Program identifies how you control food safety hazards within your facility.  To keep it compliant, it needs to be reviewed and updated regularly.  Our simple process means you can make changes when needed. As soon as something changes, ie. new equipment, change over in Food Safety Supervisors, new policies, let us know! This ensures this “living document” is effectively supporting your daily food handling operations.

Simplify record keeping by including workbooks as part of your Food Safety program.  

Keep your documentation simple and straight forward by using our workbooks!

Our Workbooks simplify your daily / weekly documents to ensure nothing gets lost as well streamlines the process for staff. Every form you require to complete within a month will be bound together, it’s part of our practical approach to food safety!

Workbooks are individual to your Aged Care Home's to your match your food safety Program, this may include Cleaning Schedules, Daily Record Forms, Goods Receival and Catering Inspection forms. Walk into your annual audit with ease, knowing all your required documentation is ready to go.

Is your Food Safety Program up to date?

Your Food Safety Program must accurately reflect the food handling processes within the facility to be compliant. Find out how your Food Safety Program remains compliant.
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Toolbox talks kit

Our Toolbox Talk Kit covers all the general food safety concerns, consisting of 25 topics from Eggs, Hand Washing, Reheating and more! Each topic contains a short quiz to double check the knowledge has sunk in. It’s the perfect companion to our Food Safety Program for the Aged Care and Hospitality industry.

Having short but frequent Toolbox Talks can significantly reduce workplace incidents. Keep all workers alert for Food Safety concerns to grow a positive safety culture and most importantly keep our residents safe!


Our kit contains a presenter’s copy (laminated for longevity), master copy (for photocopies), handouts, quiz and answer sheet per topic. As well as Attendance sheet and a Food Handlers Obligations Declaration form, all bound in a folder for easy use! 

Toolbox Talk Kit Topics:
  • Calibration

  • Cleaning and Maintenance

  • Critical Control Point Determination

  • Documentation

  • Eggs

  • Food Allergy and Intolerance

  • Fruits and Vegetables Sanitisation

  • Hand Washing

  • Hazard Definitions

  • Higher risk foods for the Vulnerable Population

  • Personal Hygiene

  • Pest Control and Animals

  • Portioning and Serving

  • Preparation and Chopping boards

  • Product Identification and Labelling

  • Purchase and Receival of Goods

  • Reheating

  • Resident or Relative Supplied and Donated Food

  • Storage

  • Temperature Monitoring

  • Texture Modification and IDDSI

  • Texture Modified Meals

  • Use By – Best Before

  • Waste Management

  • Food Safety Supervisors Role & Responsibilities

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