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We have a variety of resources about FSSC 22000 including: datasheets, interviews, podcasts, webinars, case studies and independent research to help you to get the best from your food safety management systems.
Download this interview with Vincent Doumeizel, Vice President Food & Sustainability, Lloyd’s Register and find out the main risks being faced by the food supply chain, how technology can help address these risks and assurance and supply chain intelligence.
The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety – first published in 1998 and is now in its 7th issue. The standard is for food manufacturers and contains requirements for a HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) system in accordance with the requirements of Codex Alimentarius, a documented quality management system and control of the factory environment standards, products, process and personnel.
LRQA has developed a guide which compares the different food safety standards and schemes and how they apply depending on your organization's activities and needs.
The food industry faces rising food safety, environmental and social customer demands, tougher stakeholder and government requirements, brand issues, impacts and growth and profitability concerns. As the food supply chain becomes more complex, the challenges surrounding your brand, reputation and shareholder value inevitably increase.
Developed by the Foundation for Food Safety Certification, FSSC 22000 represents a comprehensive approach to food safety risk management throughout the food supply chain.
Download this interview and learn more about FSSC 22000 version 4’s most significant changes which are the introduction of three new scopes for the food sector, the inclusion of unannounced audits and a greater focus on preventing food fraud.
In December 2016, FSSC 22000 launched version 4 of its international food safety management system certification scheme. The new version aims to make the GFSI-recognized standard more rigorous and consistent through the introduction of new requirements and an extension of scope.
Are you ready for FSMA? Download this article from our Food Safety expert to gain insight on how FSMA will affect your organization.
LRQA is combining advances in communications technology with highly qualified instructors to offer the food industry an enhanced learning environment that supports participants to achieve their learning objectives and apply their new knowledge and skills in the workplace.
With today’s complex supply chains, organizations of all sizes are struggling to find the best way to help assure food safety.
In this presentation, Vincent Doumeizel, Vice President – Food & Sustainability at LRQA discusses why a safe food supply chain is critical and what changes need to take place to feed a world of 10 billion people.
Supplier verification can seem like an overwhelming, but critical task. In this webinar Tim Ahn, Senior Technical Manager, Food Safety - LRQA Americas explains several approaches your organization can take to create a safe supply chain
An introduction to addressing food safety culture and establishing an effective Food Safety Management System (FSMS) within your organization
ACP Europe was one of the first companies to receive FSSC 22000 certification from LRQA. FSSC 22000 is a complete certification scheme for food safety management systems and is endorsed by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has been approved to deliver supply chain certification services to AuditOne™ standards across its technology platform powered by greenfence. AuditOne™ aims to streamline the process by which major consumer brands and their supply chains conduct their quality audits globally.
Achieving certification to some of the world’s most widely-recognised international management system standards requires strategic planning, a strong internal team effort, coupled with a close working relationship with an independent and recognised provider of professional assurance services such as LRQA. These are just some of our clients whose achievements headlined last week.
The food industry faces rising food safety, environmental and social customer demands, tougher stakeholder and regulatory requirements, brand issues, impacts and growth and profitability concerns. As the food supply chain becomes more complex, the challenges surrounding brands, reputation and shareholder value inevitably increase.
At one of the early morning sessions on day two of the GFSI Global Food Safety Conference being held in Houston, USA, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) spoke about the value of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) in driving global food safety.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation is funding a very disruptive project with Wageningen University to develop seaweed production in the offshore wind farm area in order to enable a sustainable source of food, energy and water. This presentation focuses on seaweed’s potential to help to feed a world of 10Bn people with sustainable and safe food.
Join LRQA at the 9th Annual Food Quality Symposium, this conference features the ideal peer-to-peer networking environment for top level executives in Safety, Quality Assurance and many other related fields within the food industry.
Join LRQA in Schaumburg, IL at Food Safety Consortium, where many well respected industry experts converge to network and collaborate with other food safety professionals and peers.
Join LRQA at the GFSI Global Food Safety Conference where over 1,000 leading food safety specialists from over 50 countries come together to advance Food Safety globally.