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#1 Bhavin Raval

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Posted 22 January 2012 - 01:46 AM

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I am looking for format for quality plan for packing material used in the food industry, FMCG.
During our last audit there is a comment from auditor on the same and he commented that there should be a quality plan for packing material too as it exist for raw material and finished p roduct

Can any one help me out with regards to format and what i should cover for the same


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Posted 25 January 2012 - 10:23 PM

I'm not quite sure if I know what you are looking for with this. We are implementing ISO 22000 for a food packaging material company, and I found useful HACCP tools on the Food Safety Alliance for Packaging website - www.foodsafetyallianceforpackaging.com. Maybe it will help you out.


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Posted 06 February 2012 - 09:21 PM

Hi Friends,


I am looking for format for quality plan for packing material used in the food industry, FMCG.
During our last audit there is a comment from auditor on the same and he commented that there should be a quality plan for packing material too as it exist for raw material and finished p roduct

Can any one help me out with regards to format and what i should cover for the same


Regards
Bhavin


When you say quality plan are you talking about for each raw materials the specifications, key attributes, measurements, tolerances, what needs to be tested, with what, by whom, how often etc. to assure the raw materials as fit for purpose before use. Is this what the auditor was driving at?

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:28 AM

When you say quality plan are you talking about for each raw materials the specifications, key attributes, measurements, tolerances, what needs to be tested, with what, by whom, how often etc. to assure the raw materials as fit for purpose before use. Is this what the auditor was driving at?

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Yes Simon,

That kind of details asked by auditors in the audit.

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