Understand more about BRC Food Issue 7 - Webinar

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) Food Issue 7 standard is a globally recognised scheme which recognises quality, safety and responsibility within your food organisation.

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To ensure that your operations are following best practices, complying with legal obligations and providing safe and quality food products to the consumer, the BRC Food Issue 7 standard has been developed in order to specify the relevant criteria required to be in place. This webinar focuses on explaining more about the standard and the latest changes.

Why should you view this BRC Food Issue 7 webinar?

  • To gain an overview of the BRC ¬†and the BRC Food standard
  • To find out more about the main components required to meet the BRC standard
  • To understand the updates and changes to the BRC Food Issue 7 standard

Who should view this BRC Food Issue 7 webinar?

  • Food manufacturers interested in achieving BRC Food certification
  • Food manufacturers who are interested in updating their BRC Food certification from Issue 6 to Issue 7
  • Quality Managers, Technical Managers and Consultants

Presented by Emma West, Technical Manager at Intertek with responsibility for all five BRC schemes. Emma is BRC approved training partner and delivers a range of training courses in BRC Food, Storage & Distribution and Agents & Brokers. Emma's involvement with the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety started 18 years ago when she hosted the very first pilot audit against Issue 1 of the standard back in 1998. With 20 years of experience in food manufacturing and the audit and certification industry, Emma has extensive knowledge of food certification schemes.

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