BRC Global Standard for Food Safety (North American): Issue 5 by British Retail ConsortiumThe North American version of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 5 incorporates US terminology. The content and the clauses within the standard remain the same as the original BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 5 (ISBN 9780117037915), published in January 2008. The benchmark for food safety management, the Global Standard for Food Safety has been extensively revised for 2008. Created to establish a standard for the supply of food products, this publication has become the international mark of excellence, adopted by 11,000 businesses on more than 90 countries. As a result of wide-ranging consultation within the industry, all clauses have been thoroughly reviewed, providing a current and indispensable guide to safety standards for food production. Certification to the Global Standard for Food Safety verifies technical performance, aids manufacturers fulfilment of legal obligations and helps provide protection to the consumer.
*BRC Storage and Distribution Issue 3 QMS (Documentation Pack)
This is an ideal package for Storage and Distribution companies looking to meet International Quality and Safety Standards. Take a look at the details of this digital package: - A Comprehensive set of over 50 top level documents that cover all the requirements of the BRC standard and form the basis of your quality and safety management system. This logical system helps you take a structured approach to determining Prerequisites, Operational Prerequisites and Critical Control Points. Click Image to Download Workbook Sample. The workbook is divided into 8 steps that are designed to assist you in implementing system effectively:. QM 3 Quality Management System 1.
Originally introduced in , the Global Standard for Storage and Distribution provides the essential certification link between the range of BRCGS manufacturing Standards and the end user, such as the retailer or the food service company. Developed by multi-stakeholder groups including industry representatives from certification bodies, food service organisations and retailers, the Global Standard is designed to reflect best practice and facilitate a process of continuous improvement through a well-designed risk-based product safety management system. The objective of the Global Standard is to ensure that product integrity during storage and distribution are maintained, and that customer confidence is upheld through audit and certification. Additional Modules cover wholesaling and services including contract parking, product inspection, and waste recovery and recycling, to acknowledge the various services provided by logistics companies. The Global Standard for Storage and Distribution will ensure your customers have confidence in your production programmes and supply chain management. All our audits are carried out by a global network of highly trained certification bodies and training providers.
This two-day training course gives technical, quality and operations staff from the logistics industry, retailers, and food service companies a clear understanding of the protocols and requirements of the BRCGS for Storage and Distribution, including audit planning, and the events during and after the audit. Before the course you must have read and reviewed a copy of the Standard which can be downloaded free of charge from www. At the end of the course you will understand the details of the scheme including:. Location: Eurofins Wolverhampton. Click here to book.
It has also been updated to reflect the recent position statement: SD If you already have some of your systems in place, but just need a specific section of the BRC Storage Distribution standard, then we can provide separate sections, see the list below. We also have systems to cover the additional modules for wholesalers and contracted services, again see below for the list. The BRC Storage Distribution pack comes with an implementation guide, which walks you through the process and helps you to manage the actions required to implement all the required systems and procedures. Each section of the standard has a procedure, each of which is structured in the same way for ease of navigation:.
Certification to this standard is designed for companies supplying retailer-branded food products and can be used as a tool to ensure the safe manufacture of the foods produced. They include significant time in the process plant and a review of the quality management and food safety plans that are in place. An additional day is devoted to writing the audit report and managing the corrective action process. Certification is provided by AIB International Certification Services, a wholly owned subsidiary and separate company. Food Safety Certification to this standard is designed for companies supplying retailer-branded food products and can be used as a tool to ensure the safe manufacture of the foods produced.