Understanding Unannounced Audits –

A mandatory Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) requirement

Duration: 1 hour

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Unannounced audits are not a new concept, and they were already mandated as an option in previous GFSI benchmarking requirements. With the release of version 2020.1, this requirement evolved and became mandatory at regular intervals. As a result, certification program owners have updated their programs to ensure compliance.

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, full implementation of this requirement was temporarily halted; however, the lifting of restrictions has put this requirement back on the agenda of certified organizations and certification bodies.

In this webinar, you will be able to comprehend the concept of unannounced audits from a GFSI perspective, as well as how the new benchmarking element is reflected across the various Food Safety Certification Programs. Additionally, you will learn how to prepare your organization to comply with the new requirement.

During this webinar, we will deep dive on the topics below:

  • Introduction
  • Deep-dive into the Mandatory GFSI requirement
  • New GFSI benchmarking for BRCGS, IFS and FSSC 22000
  • Impact to audit organizations
  • How to be audit ready?
  • Q&A 

Webinar Details:

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Language: English
Fee: Complimentary

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We look forward to having you and see you soon. Thank you.

Our Featured Speaker

Cristina Martins
Global Product Manager - Food
Living with the conviction that we all have a role to make this world a better place, Cristina has been working in the wider Food & Beverage sector for more than 20 years, where she has taken different roles which have enriched her technical knowledge and capacity to collaborate with complex and multi-cultural organizations.

In her current role as Global Product Manager Food, at TÜV Rheinland, she is dedicated to shaping the future of food safety and quality, in harmony with the use of new technologies that will disrupt the future of work.
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