The council's Food Safety Team carries out regular, risk-based inspections of all food premises rating them from 0-5, 5 meaning a business has very good hygiene standards.
What does RBI stand for?
RBI stands for Risk-Based Inspection
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- Retail Business Information
- Reuters Business Insight (joint venture)
- Reutilization Business Integration (US DoD)
- Revitalizing Baseball in the Inner Cities
- Rezé Basket International (French: Rezé International Basketball; Rezé, France)
- Rhythm Band Instruments, Inc (Fort Worth, TX)
- Richard Barbett International (France)
- Right Bronchus Intermedius
- Rigid Board Insulation (stucco)
- Ripple Blanking Input (digital electronics)
- River Bible Institute (Tampa, FL)
- Romain Brette Investissement (French: Romain Brette Investment)
- Rotor-Body Interaction
- Runs Batted In (baseball)
- Russell Bedford International (est. 1983; accounting network)
- Risk Based Internal Audit (or Auditing)
- Resolvable Balanced Incomplete Block Designs
- al-Rajhi Banking and Investment Company
- Recursive Backward Interference Cancellation
- Reference and Business Information Center (University of Chicago; Chicago, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We have also successfully executed four risk-based inspection (RBI) projects and have another four projects in hand from various Aramco operating facilities,' he says.
Johnston said that the review would be part of the regulator's supervision of regulated firms and estimated that the DFSA would carry out some 125 on-site risk-based inspections this year.
20-22, Introduction to Risk-Based Inspection Course, 3801 Kirby Drive, Houston, TX, Phone: (713) 630-0505; fax: (713) 630-0560; e-mail: training@ttoolboxes.
In particular, he incorporates the current refinements of Risk-Based Inspection and Instrumented Protective Functions, which have moved from innovation to must-use techniques over the past few years.
New amendments to the Kyrgyz Republic's inspections law - incorporating IFC advice and adopted by the Kyrgyz government on June 24 - will introduce risk-based inspections.
Food manufacturers would be required to have a written food safety plan focusing on prevention, supported by risk-based inspection, traceability, minimum performance standards, third-party certification and enforcement.