BRC Packaging Safety & Quality Management System
We are pleased to announce the launch of an Issue 6 version of our BRC Packaging Safety and Quality Management System.
Our packages are based on over 20 years’ experience of compliance with British Retail Consortium standards. This is an ideal package for Packaging Manufacturers looking to meet International Food Packaging Safety Standards.
The package and documents meet the requirements of the British Retail Consortium Global Standard for Packaging Materials: Issue 6 2019.
The BRC Packaging Safety and Quality Management System Package for Packaging Manufacturers contains:
- Comprehensive Packaging Safety and Quality Procedures.
- PSQMS Record Templates.
- Hazard Risk Management Manual.
- Laboratory Quality Manual.
- Training Modules.
- BRC Packaging Safety and Quality Management System Introduction Presentation.
- Internal Audit Training.
- HACCP Training.
- Verification and Validation Record Templates.
- Free online technical support via e-mail and/or Skype.
BRC Global Standard for Packaging Materials Issue 6 has 7 Sections
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Implementation Workbook and Start-Up Guide
A new implementation workbook and start-up guide are also included with this Issue 6 compliant package.
The workbook is designed to assist in the implementation of your BRC Packaging Safety and Quality Management System.
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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