Thone Siharath worked for Blue Elephant International from 1986 until 2012 in most fields starting from cleaner/dishwasher, moving up to restaurant waiter, barman, cashier, accountant, to become the Group IT director, and company shareholder specialising in the field of traceability.
Definition: Traceability is the ability to verify the history, location, or application of an item by means of documented recorded identification. Other common definitions include the capability of keeping track of a given set or type of information to a given degree, or the ability to chronologically interrelate uniquely identifiable entities in a way that is verifiable.
My previous businesses supplied food and merchandise via Thai Restaurant Chains, Indian Restaurants, supermarkets chains around the world, and international airlines; if someone is sick after eating our food, we need to be able to trace problem(s) back to the source(s);
HACCP report(s) of the supermarket, airline involved will be forwarded to us
The report(s) will be analysed to address through the control of biological, chemical, and physical hazards of our finished product backward from consumption, distribution, manufacturing, procurement and handling, and raw material production.
If not our fault, we will pass the report to our supplier(s) who will do the same job(s) and, in case the fault is not theirs, they will escalate the case to the authority who will check which farm, river were used to grow those raw materials, which companies discharged wastewater on that river, land, and air, and who worked that day, etc. ...
"... whilst employed in an international chain of Thai restaurants and workshops, by moving around Europe, the Mideast, and Thailand, he worked his way up to become a shareholding director, based more in the London head office and master franchise branch of the restaurant. Thone moved around, specialising in computer-managing the whole chain of restaurants, especially the financial reports, food and menu engineering, including raw food and material purchasing, monthly consumption of resources, health standards, all the way to a traceability system demanded by the authorities as his companies catered for international airlines and supplied supermarkets and many others."
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