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BRC Global Standard for Food Safety : 3 Food safety and quality management system

The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety : 3 Food safety and quality management system is a safety and quality certification scheme. It provides a framework for food manufacturers to assist them in the production of safe food and to manage product quality to meet customers' requirements. It checks the safety and quality of the food manual, that procedures and work instructions are clearly legible, and document control to name a few.
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04/26/2021

BRC Global Standard for Food Safety : 3 Food safety and quality management system

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The BRC Global Standard for Food Safety : 3 Food safety and quality management system is a safety and quality certification scheme. It provides a framework for food manufacturers to assist them in the production of safe food and to manage product quality to meet customers' requirements. It checks the safety and quality of the food manual, that procedures and work instructions are clearly legible, and document control to name a few.
  • 3.1 Food safety and quality manual

  • The company’s processes and procedures to meet the requirements of this Standard shall be documented to allow consistent application, facilitate training, and support due diligence in the production of a safe product.

  • 3.1.1 The site’s procedures, working methods and practices shall be collated in the form of a printed or electronic quality manual.

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  • 3.1.1

  • 3.1.2 The food safety and quality manual shall be fully implemented and the manual or relevant components shall be readily available to relevant staff.

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  • 3.1.2

  • 3.1.3 All procedures and work instructions shall be clearly legible, unambiguous, in appropriate languages and sufficiently detailed to enable their correct application by appropriate staff.

  • This shall include the use of photographs, diagrams or other pictorial instructions where written communication alone is not sufficient (e.g. there are issues of literacy or foreign language).

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  • 3.1.3

  • 3.2 Document control

  • The company shall operate an effective document control system to ensure that only the correct versions of documents, including recording forms, are available and in use.

  • 3.2.1 The company shall have a procedure to manage documents which form part of the food safety and quality system. This shall include:

  • a list of all controlled documents indicating the latest version number

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  • the method for the identification and authorization of controlled documents

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  • a record of the reason for any changes or amendments to documents

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  • the system for the replacement of existing documents when these are updated.

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  • Where documents are stored in electronic form these shall also be:

  • stored securely (e.g. with authorised access, control of amendments, or password protected)

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  • backed up to prevent loss.

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  • 3.2.1

  • 3.3 Record completion and maintenance

  • The site shall maintain genuine records to demonstrate the effective control of product safety, legality and quality.

  • 3.3.1 Records shall be legible, maintained in good condition and retrievable. Any alterations to records shall be authorised and justification for the alteration shall be recorded. Where records are in electronic form these shall also be:

  • stored securely (e.g. with authorised access, control of amendments, or password protected)

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  • suitably backed up to prevent loss.

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  • 3.3.1

  • 3.3.2 Records shall be retained for a defined period with consideration given to:

  • any legal or customer requirements

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  • the shelf life of the product.

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  • This shall take into account, where it is specified on the label, the possibility that shelf life may be extended by the consumer (e.g. by freezing).

  • At a minimum, records shall be retained for the shelf life of the product plus 12 months.

  • 3.3.2

  • 3.4 Internal audits

  • The company shall be able to demonstrate that it verifies the effective application of the food safety plan and the implementation of the requirements of the Global Standard for Food Safety.

  • 3.4.1 There shall be a scheduled programme of internal audits.

  • At a minimum, the programmed shall include at least four different audit dates spread throughout the year. The frequency at which each activity is audited shall be established in relation to the risks associated with the activity and previous audit perfor

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  • At a minimum, the scope of the internal audit programmed shall include the:

  • HACCP or food safety plan, including the activities to implement it (e.g. supplier approval, corrective actions and verification)

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  • prerequisite programmers (e.g. hygiene, pest control)

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  • food defence and food fraud prevention plans

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  • procedures implemented to achieve the Standard.

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  • Each internal audit within the programmed shall have a defined scope and consider a specific activity or section of the HACCP or food safety plan.

  • 3.4.1

  • 3.4.2 Internal audits shall be carried out by appropriately trained, competent auditors. Auditors shall be independent (e.g. not audit their own work).

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  • 3.4.2

  • 3.4.3 The internal audit programmed shall be fully implemented. Internal audit reports shall identify conformity as well as non-conformity and include objective evidence of the findings.

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  • The results shall be reported to the personnel responsible for the activity audited.

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  • Corrective and preventive actions, and timescales for their implementation, shall be agreed and their completion verified.

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  • 3.4.3

  • 3.4.4 In addition to the internal audit programme, there shall be a separate programme of documented inspections to ensure that the factory environment and processing equipment are maintained in a suitable condition for food production. At a minimum, the

  • hygiene inspections to assess cleaning and housekeeping performance

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  • fabrication inspections to identify risks to the product from the building or equipment.

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  • The frequency of these inspections shall be based on risk but will be no less than once per month in open product areas.

  • 3.4.4

  • 3.5 Supplier and raw material approval and performance monitoring

  • 3.5.1 Management of suppliers of raw materials and packaging

  • The company shall have an effective supplier approval and monitoring system to ensure that any potential risks from raw materials (including primary packaging) to the safety, authenticity, legality and quality of the final product are understood and manag

  • 3.5.1.1 The company shall undertake a documented risk assessment of each raw material or group of raw materials including primary packaging to identify potential risks to product safety, legality and quality. This shall take into account the potential for

  • allergen contamination

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  • foreign-body risks

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  • microbiological contamination

    • Pass
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  • chemical contamination

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  • variety or species cross contamination

    • Pass
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  • substitution or fraud (see clause 5.4.2)

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  • any risks associated with raw materials which are subject to legislative control.

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  • Consideration shall also be given to the significance of a raw material to the quality of the final product.

  • The risk assessment shall form the basis for the raw material acceptance and testing procedure and for the processes adopted for supplier approval and monitoring.

  • The risk assessment for a raw material shall be updated:

  • when there is a change in a raw material, the processing of a raw material, or the supplier of a raw material

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  • if a new risk emerges

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  • following a product recall or withdrawal, where a specific raw material has been implicated

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  • at least every 3 years.

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  • 3.5.1.1

  • 3.5.1.2 The company shall have a documented supplier approval procedure to ensure that all suppliers of raw materials, including primary packaging, effectively manage risks to raw material quality and safety and are operating effective traceability proces

  • The approval procedure shall be based on risk and include either one or a combination of:

  • a valid certification to the applicable BRC Global Standard or GFSI-benchmarked standard. The scope of the certification shall include the raw materials purchased

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  • supplier audits, with a scope to include product safety, traceability, HACCP review and good manufacturing practices, undertaken by an experienced and demonstrably competent product safety auditor.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • Where the supplier audit is completed by a second or third party, the company shall be able to:

  • demonstrate the competency of the auditor

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  • confirm that the scope of the audit includes product safety, traceability, HACCP review and good manufacturing practices

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    • Fail
  • obtain and review a copy of the full audit report

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  • where a valid risk-based justification is provided and the supplier is assessed as low risk only, a completed supplier questionnaire may be used for initial approval.

  • The questionnaire shall have a scope that includes product safety, traceability, HACCP review and good manufacturing practices, and it shall have been reviewed and verified by a demonstrably competent person.

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  • 3.5.1.2

  • 3.5.1.3 There shall be a documented process for ongoing supplier performance review, based on risk and defined performance criteria. The process shall be fully implemented.

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  • Where approval is based on questionnaires, these shall be reissued at least every 3 years and suppliers shall be required to notify the site of any significant changes in the interim, including any change in certification status.

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  • Records of the review shall be kept.

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  • 3.5.1.3

  • 3.5.1.4 The site shall have an up-to-date list or database of approved suppliers. This may be on paper (hard copy) or it may be controlled on an electronic system.

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  • The list or relevant components of the database shall be readily available to the relevant staff (e.g. at goods receipt).

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  • 3.5.1.4

  • 3.5.1.5 Where raw materials (including primary packaging) are purchased from companies that are not the manufacturer, packer or consolidator (e.g. purchased from an agent, broker or wholesaler), the site shall know the identity of the last manufacturer or

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  • Information to enable the approval of the manufacturer, packer or consolidator, as in clauses 3.5.1.1 and 3.5.1.2, shall be obtained from the agent/broker or directly from the supplier, unless the agent/broker is themselves certificated to a BRC Standard

    • Pass
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  • 3.5.1.5

  • 3.5.1.6

  • 3.5.1.6 The company shall ensure that its suppliers of raw materials (including primary packaging) have an effective traceability system. Where a supplier has been approved based on a questionnaire instead of certification or audit, verification of the su

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  • Where a raw material is received directly from a farm or fish farm, further verification of the farm’s traceability system is not mandatory.

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  • 3.5.1.6

  • 3.5.1.7 The procedures shall define how exceptions to the supplier approval processes in clause 3.5.1.2 are handled

  • and instead product testing is used to verify product quality and safety.

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  • When a site produces customer branded product, the customer shall be made aware of the relevant exceptions.

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  • 3.5.1.7

  • 3.5.2 Raw material and packaging acceptance, monitoring and management procedures

  • Controls on the acceptance of raw materials (including primary packaging) shall ensure that these do not compromise the safety, legality or quality of products and where appropriate any claims of authenticity.

  • 3.5.2.1 The company shall have a procedure for the acceptance of raw materials and primary packaging on receipt based upon the risk assessment (clause 3.5.1.1). Acceptance of raw materials (including primary packaging) and their release for use shall be

  • product sampling and testing

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  • visual inspection on receipt

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  • certificates of analysis (specific to the consignment)

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  • certificates of conformance.

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  • A list of raw materials (including primary packaging) and the requirements to be met for acceptance shall be available. The parameters for acceptance and frequency of testing shall be clearly defined, implemented and reviewed.

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  • 3.5.2.1

  • 3.5.2.2 Procedures shall be in place to ensure that approved changes to raw materials (including primary packaging) are communicated to goods receipt personnel and that only the correct version of the raw material is accepted.

  • For example, when labels or printed packaging have been amended, only the correct version should be accepted and released into production.

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  • 3.5.2.2

  • 3.5.2.3 Where the site is in receipt of live animals, there shall be an inspection by a suitably competent individual at lairage and post mortem to ensure that the animals are fit for human consumption.

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  • 3.5.2.3

  • 3.5.3 Management of suppliers of services

  • The company shall be able to demonstrate that where services are outsourced, the service is appropriate and any risks presented to food safety, legality and quality have been evaluated to ensure effective controls are in place.

  • 3.5.3.1 There shall be a procedure for the approval and monitoring of suppliers of services. Such services shall include, as appropriate:

  • pest control

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  • laundry services

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  • contracted servicing and maintenance of equipment

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • transport and distribution

    • Pass
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  • off-site storage of ingredients, packaging or products

    • Pass
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  • off-site packing of products

    • Pass
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  • laboratory testing

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  • catering services

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    • Fail
  • waste management.

    • Pass
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  • This approval and monitoring process shall be risk-based and take into consideration:

  • risk to the safety and quality of products

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  • compliance with any specific legal requirements

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  • potential risks to the security of the product (i.e. risks identified in the vulnerability and food defence assessments).

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.5.3.1

  • 3.5.3.2 Contracts or formal agreements shall exist with the suppliers of services that clearly define service expectations and ensure that the potential food safety risks associated with the service have been addressed.

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  • 3.5.3.2

  • 3.5.4 Management of outsourced processing

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  • Where any process step in the manufacture of a product is outsourced to a third party or undertaken at another site, this shall be managed to ensure it does not compromise the safety, legality, quality or authenticity of the product.

  • 3.5.4.1 The company shall be able to demonstrate that, where part of the production process or any part of the final packing is outsourced and undertaken off-site, this has been declared to the brand owner and, where required, approval granted.

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  • 3.5.4.1

  • 3.5.4.2 The company shall ensure that outsourced processors are approved and monitored, to ensure that they effectively manage risks to product safety and quality and are operating effective traceability processes.

    • Pass
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  • The approval and monitoring procedure shall be based on risk and include either one or a combination of:

  • a valid certification to the applicable BRC Global Standard or GFSI-benchmarked standard. The scope of the certification shall include the raw materials purchased

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • supplier audits, with a scope to include product safety, traceability, HACCP review and good manufacturing practices, undertaken by an experienced and demonstrably competent product safety auditor.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Where this supplier audit is completed by a second or third party, the company shall be able to:

  • demonstrate the competency of the auditor

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • confirm that the scope of the audit includes product safety, traceability, HACCP review and good manufacturing practices

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • obtain and review a copy of the full audit report.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • There shall be a documented process for ongoing supplier performance review, based on risk and defined performance criteria. The process shall be fully implemented. Records of the review shall be kept.

  • 3.5.4.2

  • 3.5.4.3 Any outsourced processing operations shall:

  • be undertaken in accordance with established contracts which clearly define any processing and/or packing requirements and product specification

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  • maintain product trace ability.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.5.4.3

  • 3.5.4.4 The company shall establish inspection and test procedures for products where part of the processing has been outsourced, including visual, chemical and/or microbiological testing.

    • Pass
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  • The frequency and methods of inspection or testing shall depend on risk assessment.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.5.4.4

  • 3.6 Specifications

  • Specifications shall exist for raw materials (including primary packaging), finished products and any product or service which could affect the integrity of the finished product.

  • 3.6.1 Specifications for raw materials and primary packaging shall be adequate and accurate and ensure compliance with relevant safety and legislative requirements.

  • The specifications shall include defined limits for relevant attributes of the material which may affect the quality or safety of the final products (e.g. chemical, microbiological or physical standards).

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  • 3.6.1

  • 3.6.2 Accurate, up-to-date specifications shall be available for all finished products. These may be in the form of a printed or electronic document, or part of an online specification system.

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  • They shall include key data to meet customer and legal requirements and assist the user in the safe usage of the product.

    • Pass
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  • 3.6.2

  • 3.6.3 Where the company is manufacturing customer-branded products, it shall seek formal agreement of the finished product specifications.

  • Where specifications are not formally agreed then the company shall be able to demonstrate that it has taken steps to ensure formal agreement is in place.

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  • 3.6.3

  • 3.6.4 Specification review shall be sufficiently frequent to ensure that data is current or at a minimum every 3 years, taking into account product changes, suppliers, regulations and other risks.

    • Pass
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  • Reviews and changes shall be documented.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.6.4

  • 3.7 Corrective and preventative actions

  • The site shall be able to demonstrate that it uses the information from identified failures in the food safety and quality management system to make necessary corrections and prevent recurrence.

  • 3.7.1 The site shall have a procedure for handling and correcting failures identified in the food safety and quality management system.

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  • 3.7.1

  • 3.7.2 Where a non-conformity places the safety, legality or quality of products at risk, this shall be investigated and recorded including:

  • clear documentation of the nonconformity

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  • assessment of consequences by a suitably competent and authorized person

    • Pass
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  • the action to address the immediate issue

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • an appropriate timescale for correction

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  • the person responsible for correction

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  • verification that the correction has been implemented and is effective.

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    • Fail
  • 3.7.2

  • 3.7.3 The site shall have a procedure for the completion of root cause analysis. At a minimum root cause analysis shall be used to implement ongoing improvements and to prevent recurrence of nonconformists when:

  • analysis of non-conformists for trends shows there has been a significant increase in a type of non-conformity

    • Pass
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  • a non-conformity places the safety, legality or quality of a product at risk.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.7.3

  • 3.8 Control of non-conforming product

  • The site shall ensure that any out-of-specification product is effectively managed to prevent unauthorized release.

  • 3.8.1 There shall be procedures for managing non-conforming products. These procedures shall include:

  • 3.8.1 There shall be procedures for managing non-conforming products. These procedures shall include:

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  • clear identification of a nonconforming product (e.g. direct labeling or the use of IT systems)

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • secure storage to prevent accidental release (e.g. physical or computer-based isolation)

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • referral to the brand owner where required

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • defined responsibilities for decision-making on the use or disposal of products appropriate to the issue (e.g. destruction, reworking, downgrading to an alternative label or acceptance by concession)

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • records of the decision on the use or disposal of the product

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • records of destruction where a product is destroyed for food safety reasons.

  • 3.8.1

  • 3.9 Trace ability

  • The site shall be able to trace all raw material product lots (including primary packaging) from its suppliers through all stages of processing and dispatch to its customers and vice versa.

  • 3.9.1 The site shall have a documented traceability procedure designed to maintain traceability throughout the site’s processes. At a minimum this shall include:

  • how the trace ability system works

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  • the labeling and records required.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.9.1

  • 3.9.2 Identification of raw materials (including primary packaging), intermediate/semi-processed products, part-used materials, finished products and materials pending investigation shall be adequate to ensure traceability.

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  • 3.9.2

  • 3.9.3 The site shall test the trace ability system across the range of product groups to ensure traceability can be determined from the supplier of raw material (including primary packaging) to the finished product and vice versa, including quantity check

    • Pass
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  • The trace ability test shall include a summary of the documents that should be referenced during the test, and clearly show the links between them.

  • The test shall occur at a predetermined frequency, at a minimum annually, and results shall be retained for inspection. Traceability should be achievable within 4 hours.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.9.3

  • 3.9.4 Where rework or any reworking operation is performed, trace ability shall be maintained.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.9.4

  • 3.10 Complaint-handling

  • Customer complaints shall be handled effectively and information used to reduce recurring complaint levels.

  • 3.10.1 All complaints shall be recorded, investigated and the results of the investigation of the issue recorded where sufficient information is provided.

  • Actions appropriate to the seriousness and frequency of the problems identified shall be carried out promptly and effectively by appropriately trained staff.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.10.1

  • 3.10.2 Complaint data shall be analysed for significant trends. Where there has been a significant increase in a complaint or a serious complaint, root cause analysis shall be used to implement ongoing improvements to product safety, legality and quality,

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.10.2

  • 3.11 Management of incidents, product withdrawal and product recall

  • The company shall have a plan and system in place to manage incidents effectively and enable the withdrawal and recall of products should this be required.

  • 3.11.1 The company shall have procedures designed to report and effectively manage incidents and potential emergency situations that impact food safety, legality or quality.

  • This shall include consideration of contingency plans to maintain product safety, quality and legality. Incidents may include:

  • disruption to key services such as water, energy, transport, refrigeration processes, staff availability and communications

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • events such as fire, flood or natural disaster

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • malicious contamination or sabotage

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • failure of, or attacks against, digital cyber-security.

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • Where products which have been released from the site may be affected by an incident, consideration shall be given to the need to withdraw or recall products. 3

  • 3.11.1

  • 3.11.2 The company shall have a documented product withdrawal and recall procedure. This shall include, at a minimum:

  • identification of key personnel constituting the recall management team, with clearly identified responsibilities

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • guidelines for deciding whether a product needs to be recalled or withdrawn and the records to be maintained

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • an up-to-date list of key contacts (including out-of-hours contact details) or reference to the location of such a list (e.g. recall management team, emergency services, suppliers, customers, certification body, regulatory authority)

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • a communication plan including the provision of information to customers, consumers and regulatory authorities in a timely manner

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • details of external agencies providing advice and support as necessary (e.g. specialist laboratories, regulatory authority and legal expertise)

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • a plan to handle the logistics of product traceability, recovery or disposal of affected product, and stock reconciliation

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • a plan to record timings of key activities

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • a plan to conduct root cause analysis and to implement ongoing improvements, to avoid recurrence.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • The procedure shall be capable of being operated at any time.

  • 3.11.2

  • 3.11.3 The product recall and withdrawal procedures shall be tested, at least annually, in a way that ensures their effective operation. Results of the test shall be retained and shall include timings of key activities.

  • The results of the test and of any actual recall shall be used to review the procedure and implement improvements as necessary.

    • Pass
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    • Fail
  • 3.11.3

  • 3.11.4 In the event of a significant food safety incident, including a product recall or regulatory food safety nonconformity (e.g. a regulatory enforcement notice), the certification body issuing the current certificate for the site against this Standard

    • Pass
    • Flag
    • Fail
  • 3.11.4

  • 3.6.1 Specifications for raw materials and primary packaging shall be adequate and accurate and ensure compliance with relevant safety and legislative requirements. The specifications shall include defined limits for relevant attributes of the material wh

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