Data-based quality assurance

The QS database is the central tool for data-based quality assurance from farm to shop. It contains all data from the audits as well as feed and residue monitoring data. Quality assurance in the QS scheme is supported by two further databases: the salmonella database and the antibiotics database.

The QS databases form the basis for wide-ranging and reliable evaluations that help to identify and avoid risks to food safety.


QS databases

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Video Tutorials QS database

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Answers to questions that are frequently asked have been collected in the FAQs. In the event of technical questions, please contact us: Your points of contact.


in our video tutorials, the most important functions of the qs database are explained step by step.


QS database - General Functions

QS residue monitoring

QS feed monitoring


Database instructions

Datenbank

Answers to questions that are frequently asked have been collected in the FAQs. In the event of technical questions, please contact us: Your points of contact.


On this page we offer detailed instructions with regard to the use of the database - step by step.


Click here for instructions in Spanish.



Interfaces facilitate data transfer

We use a Web application to simplify the input of data into the database as much as possible. In addition, we offer real-time standard interfaces for different user groups. This service is available for, among other groups, certification bodies and agricultural coordinators.

Abattoirs can access the scheme participant search feature and the salmonella monitoring programme via an interface.

There are solutions for laboratories for salmonella and feed monitoring, and veterinarians can supply data to the antibiotics database via an interface.

Software developers can use the adjacent descriptions for the development of interfaces. The standardised Web service interface XML/SOAP forms the basis for this.


Software developers can use the adjacent descriptions for the development of interfaces. The standardised Web service interface XML/SOAP forms the basis for this.



Point of contact for questions and recommendations

Ute Simon
First Level Support


+49 (0) 228 35068-192

+49 (0) 228 35068-16192

Email contact

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