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BRC Global Standard For Food Safety - Issue 6 – Understanding The Requirements – Third Party Auditor

  • The British Retail Consortium (BRC) is the lead trade association representing the whole range of retailers, from the large multiples and department stores through to independents, selling a wide ion of products through the country.
  • BRC is the authoritative voice of retails recognized for it is powerful and influence within government and as a provider of excellent retail information.


Benefits For The For Organizations Who Implement BRC Global Standard For Food Safety - Issue 6

  • Implement good manufacturing practices and have the supporting quality management systems to produce safe, legal product meeting their customer’s quality requirements.
  • Assess the current situation of food safety management systems core and support processes.
  • Asses and analyze the organization administrative and production processes that affecting the quality of food safety service / product.
  • Identify the root causes of the problems and propose appropriate solutions.

Special Benefits for Being An BRC Global Standard For Food Safety Auditor - Issue 6

  • Background and benefits of the standard
  • The contents of the standard in terms of the protocol and requirements.
  • Understanding of the scheme details
  • Understanding audit planning and the events during and after the audit
  • This course trains delegates in third party audit requirements against
  • The course also includes all relevant aspects of auditing within the food sector. Attending this course allow you to gain in-depth and practical understanding of the BRC standard and auditing methodology.
  • Ensure a better balance of auditing time between the organization environment and paperwork review with more emphasis on good manufacturing practice.
  • Ensure consistency of audit results so that the grades awarded are truly representative of the standards sites can maintain on an ongoing basis.
  • Provide a path to allow recognition of sites which are still developing their food safety systems.
  • Reduce the need for multiple customer and other audits.
  • Ensure the audit report is focused and provides value and does not just add cost.