BRC Food Safety and Quality Management System with FSMA Module

This BRC Food Safety and Quality Management System with FSMA Module is an ideal package for Food Manufacturers looking to meet British Retail Consortium Global Standard for Food Safety (Issue 8 2018) AND the additional voluntary FSMA Preventive Controls Preparedness Module.

The package has been written in compliance with the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 8 which was published on 1st August 2018 and will be effective from February 2019.

The new Standard continues to require core elements which are covered extensively in this package:

  • Senior Management Commitment.
  • A HACCP Plan.
  • A Quality Management System.
  • Prerequisite Programmes.

This BRC Food Safety & Quality Management System plus FSMA Implementation Package 2018 includes comprehensive document templates which cover these core elements and are aligned with the clauses of the Standard for ease of implementation. It also includes Voluntary Module 15 FSMA Preventive Controls Preparedness documentation and FSMA Hazard Analysis & Preventive Controls Guidance & Tools.

Issue 8 has put an emphasis on encouraging sites to put systems in place to develop a product safety culture, the requirement for a confidential reporting system, additional requirements for environmental monitoring, additional requirements for security and food defence and additional requirements for the control of product labelling. For clarity the requirements for high-risk, high-care and ambient high-care production risk zones have been moved to a separate section.

Ensure your Food Safety Quality Management System meets British Retail Consortium Food Standards and the FSMA module with our easy to use BRC Food Safety Quality Management System.

The BRC Food Safety & Quality Management System includes:

 

Comprehensive Procedures Manual

A comprehensive set of over 100 top level documents that cover all the requirements of the BRC standard and form the basis of your food safety quality management system.

The system is delivered in sections that match the BRC standard for ease of implementation:

 

  1. Senior Management Commitment
  2. The Food Safety Plan – HACCP
  3. Food Safety and Quality Management System
  4. Site Standards
  5. Product Control
  6. Process Control
  7. Personnel
  8. High-Risk, High-Care and Ambient High-Care Production Risk Zones

FSMA Module Preventive Controls documentation

FSMA Hazard Analysis & Preventive Controls Guidance & Tools

FSMS Record Templates

HACCP Manual containing the HACCP Calculator

Laboratory Quality Manual

Training Modules

Verification and Validation Record Templates

Free online support via e-mail

Unannounced Audit Guidance

Allergen Management Module & Risk Assessment Tool

Supplier Risk Assessment Tool

Product Development Module

BRC Risk Assessment Tool

Complaint Management Guidelines & Analyser

Hygiene Inspection Training

Internal Audit Schedule Risk Assessment Tool and Template

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Implementation Workbook and Start-Up Guide

To see more details of the contents of this digital package you can download the brochure and samples of the implementation workbook and start-up guide. Click the images below to download.

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