Talleys Group Limited is one of New Zealand's largest food production and supply groups.
They pride themselves on delivering healthy, sustainable, premium products. They are serious about the quality of their products, which reflect many brands across New Zealand.
At Talleys, they are required to meet ACC Employer Accrediation, Food Safety, Maritime NZ and MPI food safety standards.
Mango helps them take control of these compliance requirements.
Talleys has been using Mango for 5 years now. Prior to use the Mango Software, they relied on spreadsheets and document folders to store all their information. This meant that "Not everything was in one place or with one person, a lot of time was wasted trying to get all the information together into some sort semblance".
Since going electronic with Mango, Talleys have been able to access all personnel competencies without going through the paper files. They can also get instant reports, and complete audits in "half the time".
Tiffany McGill, the Training and Injury Coordinator at Talleys, believes that Mango has made them take ownership of Health and Safety. It enables them to track personnel training requirements and gives them the ability to identify injury trends easily across the fleet.
Talleys Group Limited is one of New Zealand's largest food production and supply groups. They pride themselves on delivering healthy, sustainable, premium.
Due to operating in the food industry, they are serious about the quality of their products, meaning there is a need for strong compliance.
Prior to use Mango, Talleys relied on spreadsheets and document folders to store all their information, which was not reliable for them.
Talleys have been using Mango for 5 years now, and are really happy with the system they now have in place.
Rather than having to look in various places for information, they can access these files via Mango. By simplifying the process, Mango has allowed Talleys to take ownership of their Health & Safety, and increased the ability to identify injury trends across their fleet.
This is extremely important for them, as it means they can introduce processes that will aim to reduce these injuries across the workforce.