Piber Plastics Australia is fully accredited with Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) which is a systematic approach to food safety that addresses risks presented by physical, chemical and biological hazards through prevention rather than finished product inspection. Hazard Analyses (HAs) are used in the food industry to identify potential food safety risks so that key actions, monitored at Critical Control Points (CCPs), can be taken to reduce or eliminate the risks of those hazards being realised. The system is used at all stages of food production and handling. Today, HACCP is being applied to industries other than food, such as cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. This method which, in effect, seeks to plan out unsafe practices differs from traditional “produce and test” quality assurance methods which are less successful and inappropriate in a modern food industry.

At Piber Plastics we acknowledge environmental regulations and follow approved codes of practice. We aim to strictly adhere to environmental effects of our company’s activities.

We maintain reasonable standards in packaging, storage and distribution of the products we manufacture. Minimise the amount of waste produced and consumption of water and fuel. Minimise the risk of injury to employees and members of the public from activities of the organisation.

Quality has been the fundamental in the success of Piber Plastics Australia we strive hard to meet the requirements of customers by complying with HACCP Food Safety Methods. Manufacturing quality packaging and food containers that meets the Australian Food and Safety standards. Maintain consistent and effective quality check procedures. Implementing mutually beneficial systems in collaboration with the customers. Guarantee total customer satisfaction with mental peace of mind.

Piber Plastics has a strict hygiene program in place that gives importance on identification, evaluation and control of hazards relating to food safety. Hazards are maintained that the equipment and products are food safety compliant. Employees are clearly made aware of hygiene standards of the organisation. Training is provided regularly to maintain hygiene standards for food related industry.

Piber Plastics has detailed health and safety policy which is strictly adhered to and reviewed regularly. Zero tolerance is maintained throughout company premises for employees and visiting personnel in the company.