Mon, Oct 26|
TAKAMOL head office
BRC Food Fraud training
Course fees 2500 LE This 8 hours course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of vulnerability assessment for food fraud and enable them to use techniques to better identify and mitigate risks associated to raw materials in the supply chain.
Time & Location
Oct 26, 2020, 5:30 PM – Oct 27, 2020, 9:30 PM
TAKAMOL head office, 3161 Al Marag District, in front of Future International School, Maadi, Cairo
About the Event
Vulnerability assessment for food fraud – 8 hours – BRC accredited training
To provide manufacturers with an in-depth and practical understanding of Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud tools and techniques, and how they can be applied in a practical manner relevant to the delegate’s industry sector.
The course is aimed at purchasing, technical and manufacturing staff from sites currently certificated to BRCGS Standard for Food Safety, who need to become familiar with the principles and practices of Vulnerability Assessment techniques.
Delegates should have read and reviewed the latest version of the Global Standard for Food Safety. This is available to download free of charge from the BRCGS Bookshop (www.brcgsbookshop.com), or hard copies (with integral guide) are available to purchase from the BRCGS bookshop. They should bring a copy with them to the training course.
This 8 hours course will provide delegates with a thorough understanding of vulnerability assessment for food fraud and enable them to use techniques to better identify and mitigate risks associated to raw materials in the supply chain.
This is particularly useful when implementing product safety management systems and the requirements of the BRCGS Global Standards on site.
AT THE END OF THE COURSE YOU WILL:
- Understand vulnerability assessment requirements for BRCGS.
- Understand what is meant by the term 'food fraud'.
- Be able to identify the difference between vulnerability assessment, threat analysis critical control point and food defence.
- Be able to assess the raw materials most vulnerable to food fraud.
To pass the course each learner will need to undertake a Vulnerability Assessment at their place of work. The workplace Vulnerability Assessment needs to be submitted within 1 month of completing the course. The pass mark for the course is 75%. Should the delegates fail the workplace audit assessment then they can submit one more Vulnerability Assessment. Should they fail the second workplace audit then they need to re-sit the course.