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Posted 21 June 2017 - 08:10 PM

Implementing a Food Safety Management System compliant with BRC

 

Taking place:

Friday, June 23, 2017 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time

This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:

Tony Connor, Chief Technical Advisor, IFSQN
 

Webinar Overview:

Based on 25 years of working with BRC requirements, this webinar will provide guidance to current BRC requirements and how to develop a food safety and quality management system compliant with BRC standards. The webinar will be useful to organisations wishing to comply with the BRC Global Standard for Food Manufacturers. There will be practical examples demonstrated and a question and answer session to discuss any difficulties that you may have with complying with the requirements of the standard. 
 
 

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Posted 23 June 2017 - 06:39 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Ahmad : Hello 
Jimmy : Hi Guys - Jimmy - Devon
Benjie R. Luy : Good evening from Indoneisa
Jan Jackson : Hello
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Ahmed : hello everyone
Anne Marie : Good morning from NY
Odette : Good morning from Jamaica
Mathew : Hello
Alex Velte : Hello from NYC
Mohamed : good afternoon from egypt
David : Hello all
Vivian : Good morning from Vancouver, BC, Canada.
ossama Ismail : Hi; Good Afternoon : Ossama Ismail ; Cairo ; Egypt
Fran : Hi from Ontario
Tamieka Sewell : Good morning from Jamaica
Beda : Hello
Amanda : Hello from Michigan
serge : hi every body from cameroon 
Ahmad : Hello everyone from Kuwait
Tina : Coming to you from Australia...hello
Margaret Lopez : Good Morning from Stockton Ca. 
Betsy : Good Morning from NY
Katie : Betsy where are you?
Hamoud : Hi
Mina : Hello
Ewa : Hi from Poland :)
ifeanyi : goodevening from Dubai
Julie : Hello from Norfolk
SHIMAA : welcom
Betsy : Hello from Venezuela
ghulam farooq : hello
marwa mohamed rezk : good afternoon from egypt
Esraa : Hey everyone.. Ruka from cairo
Subhi : Hello from Saudi Arabia 
Sarwat : Hi Good morning. Sarwat from Canada.
Connie : Hello from Baltimore Maryland USA
Nithiya : Good Morning from Canada
Pinky : Hello from Pinky Patel, Dunn, North Carolina, U.S.A.
SHIMAA : thank u 4 this 
Rina : Hello from Singapore
Chitrangani : Hello from Edmonton Canada
dyah : A warm hello from Stuttgart, Germany
Terina : hello from Colorado!
Ranim : Hello
Stuart : Hello from Wisconsin
SHIMAA : thank u
Alex : hello 
Georgia : good morningm Chicago
SHIMAA : nh
Benjie R. Luy : good evening all
Beda : Good morning from USA
Sarwat : hello every one
Christopher : Hi Simon...Blessings
ifeanyi : any UAE in the house
Marcia Ofori : Brampton
Jennifer : Good morning from Idaho
maribel : hi from the philippines
Steven : Good morning from Maine
Christopher : Trinidad and Tobago
Tami Banks : Good morning 
Mahmoud : Hello every body i'm mahmoud from egypt
Latif Miah : Hi All
Thomas : Hi all
Willi : Hello everybody from the Netherlands!
Carlton : Jamaica
Dave : hello from Shepton Mallet UK
harmeet : Good morning from California, USA
Garry Scrivens : Hello All 
Barbara Deneen : Good Morning from Minnesota
Ibrahim : Hello every body from Egypt
Cristina : Hi Cristina from Argentina 
Lynwood : Good morning from Virginia
Kevin : Good morning form Los Angeles
Ramesh : Hello ramesh sthapit , Kathmandu, Nepal
Henry Bouchat : How close are the BRC requirements as to compared to AIB Standards
CAMILA : Good morning from Brazil!
Josephine : Hello from Manila!
bob : Hi From LBI, NJ
James : Good Morning from Utah
Cristina : HI Cristina from Argentina
Patricia : Good morning from Jamaica
Benjie R. Luy : hi sir simon and sir tony
Morad : Hi ,morad from Egypt
Jeremy : Hi Kamwenji Njuma From Kenya
Celia : hello From Spain
Ahmad : Hello
Deborah : Hello from Singapore
Pruthwi Raj K R : Hi, Pruthwi from India
Hassan Hamdy : Hi, I am Hassan Hamdy from Egypt 
nkwekam : hi from Cameroon
SHIMAA : hi
Jacinthe : Hello Lévis, Canada
denise : Show off!!
dionne mills : Trinidad and Tobago
marwa mohamed rezk : hello from egypt
Irene : hi
Johanna Velez : working on and SQF certified
Cristina : Working on it
Pinky : Pinky Patel - certified by GFSI
Mohamed : certiified to ISO 22000
ROBIN : Hi there - Robin from Toronto, SCF
Alex : I am currently SALSA certified but working towards BRC 
Stephen : Hello from the North East of England, Sunny here ha ha
MARELLE : Brc certified
Mariya : hi from CAR/certified to ISO 22 000
Kim : Good Morning from Michigan
serge : working on ISO 22000
June Ly : Hello from Canada
David Levy : Shalom Every body from ISRAEL!!!
Michael : Hi Everyone greetings from Canada
Simon Timperley : Lucky you Stephen
Nicholas : Nice haircut Simon
Esraa : Working on it 
Simon Timperley : Yes today Nicholas
Rosemary : Hi everyone greetings from SA
Simon Timperley : I've realised my hair is see through
MARELLE : Hello from Philippines here
Anggoro : hallo from indonesia
Tina : please do not get a wig Simon it would not comply with visual standards
Simon Timperley : ha ha
Edith Armanetti : Hi, Edith from Uruguay
Vinh : greeting from Vietnam
Nithiya : not working 
Mario : Hi Mario from Monterrey
Kameel : hi
Lupita : Hello from Mexico
Hamoud : I'm from Saudi Arabia 
Isabel : Isabel
Dianne : Hello from Toronto Canada
Mona : non certified
Isabel : Hello from Portugal
ramzy howait : hello from egypt/cairo
Haydee : Hi from Mexico!
ossama Ismail : the competence of auditors involved in the certification process. accreditation bodies, assess certification bodies against ISO 17065 - Conformity Assessment - Requirements for bodies certifying products, processes and services.not like ISO 22000 : ISO 17021 & ISO 22003
SHIMAA : Egypt
Houman : 36 risk assessment, should we have all of them documented? 
Tina : Had the commitment from senior management to comply however, as an internal auditor the commitment culture stalls unless legalities occur 
Mona : non certified 
محمد أحمد قرقار : محمد ابوقرقار 
marwa mohamed rezk : certified  iso 22000
John Forde : helo
ossama Ismail : Houman : Yes must be documented. Proof : The company shall undertake a documented risk assessment of each raw material or group of raw materials including packaging to identify potential risks to product safety, legality and quality. This shall take into account the potential 
Ibrahim : a lot of Egyptian here, proud of you guys 
Fran : Do you feel the certification for BRC will be compliant with the FSMA? Will the U.S. FDA accept this certificate as compliance?
Mahmoud : Good Mr. Ossama
Mahmoud : Thanks Ibrahim
Ahmed : Does BRC includes OPRPs Programme ?
Joanne : Joanne Williams - Trinidad
lateef : can we get a copy of this presentation
Monika : Hi, Monika Sharma, Toronto, Canada
Robert : Fran... I think AIB has some informaiton on BRC and FSMA
Tina : Lateef...the slides are available/sent to your email after the presentation
lateef : Thanks
Nithiya : Does BRC require traceability for packaging material from supplier?
ossama Ismail : No, BRC names OPRPs as CCPs.
lateef : will this also apply to operations in the US
Milynda : Hello Milynda Jamaica
ossama Ismail : oPRPS: This terminology is specific to ISO22000 and related standards together with FSSC 22000 
Tiffany : hi Tiffany from Jamaica
Fran : Are some of these AFC templates available?
ossama Ismail : Yes; Supply Chain Traceability. Management of suppliers along the entire supply chain, from raw materials and packaging, to agents and brokers, is an increasingly important activity for any food company. 
ossama Ismail : No Mr. Ahmed oPRPs are specific na,e / concept in ISO 22000 & FSSC . BRC uses CCPs
Monika : With the recent flour recall in canada, as a bakery what kind of risk assesment shall be performed to validate our products safety?
Rosemary : Nithyia. I work in packaging and our BRC standard requires us to have full traceability of plastic film from the supplier to the customer.
ossama Ismail : Thanks . Mr Mahmoud you are welcome
Georgia : If we don't have a certificate of conformance for our current equipment can we cover in a risk assessment or should we complete a sanitary design checklist for each piece?  
Jane : Hi  from Nigeria!
Psyche kwok : Morning  from calgary
Rosemary : Traceability forwards & backwards annually + mock recall
ossama Ismail : BRC additional module for FSMA / USA; https://www.brcgloba...ernization-act/
SHIMAA : is these document  available?
CAMILA : Thanks Ossama
Stuart : Who or how is acceptable tolerances established for quantity checks and mass balances for raw commodities?
Robert : Monika...think you should start with a review of lot numbers
ossama Ismail : BRC & FSMA : download free: https://www.brcgloba...ce-document.pdf
Ahmad : Thanks Ossama Ismail
Nithiya : the video not working
ossama Ismail : to make mass balance you have to consider your water content.. so i try to make it easier in simple sample :  1. INput : your material (item 1 - 4), moisture content ( you can count by 100 - Total solid content).  for example your mc is 15 % (total material = 110 kg, Water = 16.5 kg and dry matter =
Monika : Robert, thank you this is not from same company 
David : is there a requirement for physical segregation between warehouse and production areas?
lateef : are these OK for US also/
ossama Ismail : BRC introduction to Traceability : https://iaudit.qmsce...1921508643E4FB3
Mahmoud Tawheed : Hello all,Mahmoud from Egypt
ossama Ismail : Mr. David ; 3.1 Physical Segregation (clause 4.3.6)
Mariya : thanks Ossama! The link is useful
ossama Ismail : 3.1 Physical Segregation (clause 4.3.6) The Standard requires that, ‘Where high-risk areas are part of the manufacturing site, there shall be physical segregation between these areas and other parts of the site’. The purpose of the physical segregation is to provide a self-contained area where uncov
Tina : Product contamination risk? I will tell that to a food factory owner I used to work for who picked up dropped foods and placed them back in the equipment for packaging & sale!
ossama Ismail : High care areas require high levels of hygiene, working practices, fabrication, design of facilities and equipment to minimise product contamination with regard to microbiological hazards. Products produced in high care areas will have undergone a process to reduce any microbiological contamination 
Mahmoud Tawheed : Hi.Mahmoud form Egypt
ossama Ismail : Understanding High Risk and High Care;http://www.gftc.ca/k...b4-8403beb9c0c2
David : thank you ossama
lateef : Tina....I am from US...are these specific to BRC only
Tina : This is why we have product recalls, some product developers will never comply until legal proceedings are actioned, 
Tina : As an internal auditor...this presentation covers all basic practical auditor requirements across most countries Lateef
Georgia : Can we pass a BRC audit without a metal detector even though we are grinding a small amount of product if we can show through risk assessment and history that we have the process under control?
CAMILA : All these worksheets are available somewhere to download?
Tina : Camila...the slides will be sent to your email address after the presentation
Simon Timperley : The presentation PDF will be circulated
nicole : where can we find these cleaning procedure AFC forms?
ossama Ismail : Georgia : Correct ; 4.10.3.1:Metal detection equipment shall be in place unless risk assessment demonstrates that this does not improve the protection of final products from metal contamination. Where metal detectors are not used justification shall be documented. The absence of metal detection woul
nicole : thank you simon you are the best
CAMILA : Thanks Simon!
Mariya : thanks Simon!
Tina : Georgia if an auditor finds metal fragments when auditing a facility the issue will be escalated and an improvement notice will be issued...usually to tighten the risk of contamination
neda : thanks Simon
Ahmad : All these worksheets are available somewhere to download?
SHIMAA : very goooood
Georgia : thank you Tina
ossama Ismail : BRC An Introduction to Cleaning Procedurehttps://firatozel.fi...-procedure.pdfs & Schedules; 
Tina : You are welcome Georgia...I have issued such an improvement notice on a food preparation business, legal issues also began
Ehab : For shredded lettuce RTE should we establish a physical separation after the washing basin and the high care area of sorting and packing of finished product
SHIMAA : whereAre some of these AFC templates available?
lateef : Tina: Thanks
lateef : is a good presentation. Great
Tina : Ehab...in my experience, it depends on the handling standards of the organisation, as per this presentation with "food handling" procedures"...for example.... I would issue a contamination notice if you went for a cigarette and did not wash your hands
Navaneethan : Good
Ehab : For primary packaing bags ;the used quantity is quite low ;so it is purchased from trader according to specs ;how can we tackle the supplier approva accordinh to BRCl
ossama Ismail : IFSQN ; Free Risk Assessment Templates ; http://www.ifsqn.com...sment-templates
Stuart : From US, will be in the Cheltenham area July 11-13.  Can anyone recommend any facilities that I could reach out to for tour/visit focused on learning about their certification schemes in action, potentially in Animal Feed manufacturing and/or Human grade Vegetable Oil production? 
Georgia : any examples or template for competency review of employees to verify training?
Rick : We are considering BRC certification, however, so far it sounds quite the same as FSSC which we have already. What is the additional value of BRC next to FSSC?
Alex : Georgia - add a tabel that says Competecty check to bottom of a training record with date of competectncy check are they compeptent yes/no date competent and compectecy assessor sifnature and you should be ok 
Robert : Ihave purchased the BRC Packaging 5 support information . Highly recommend it for your consideration.
Ahmad : Thanks alot
Alex : also make usre its within a defined time eg 3 weeks from initial traing 
Charissa : how would you class a plant processing fresh fish and shrimp - high risk or high care?
Georgia : thanks alex
Carlos Villasenor : does the coupon only apply to the brc manual or other manuals as well?
Houman : Do we need document all 36 risk assessment ?
Pruthwi Raj K R : could you able to give information could you able to give information on adultration , fraud risk assessmenton adultration , fraud risk assessment
ossama Ismail : BRC vs.FSSC  ; http://www.pjrfsi.co...ison-PJRFSI.pdf
nkwekam : Can we build a comprehensive ISO 22000 system complaint to BRC?
Ahmad : on what basis we classify raw, and pack materials for high risk materials vs low risk materials?
Rick : thank you Ossama
lateef : apply to US
Ahmad : On what basis we classify raw, and pack materials for high risk materials vs low risk materials?
Houman : About sanitation validation, can you elaborate please!
ossama Ismail : Million Thanks Mr. Simon & Mr.Tony : Comprehensive great Presentation.Really Impressive.
serge : THANKS Mr TONY for presentation
natalia tsumanets : thank you 
Georgia : Does BRC still stand for British Retail Consortium or do they  not ask employees that question during the audit?
dyah : Thanks Tony for the presentation, thank you Simon for hosting the webinar, see you next Friday!
Kevin : Nice presentation - thanks
Robert : Appreciate this program
marwa mohamed rezk : many thanks Mr Simon & Tony
David : What training is required to undertake BRC Internal Audits?
Mariya : Appreciated!
Kehinde : good training
lateef : should we have HACCP documentation for each material we buy from suppliers
Dave : Just picking up on the question BRC versus FSSC, the approaches taken by cert bodies to audit vary. BRC is a product-based sheme whereas FSSC is a management system based scheme.  FSSC audits are typically of a longer duration.  The accreditation standards also differ. Both schemes are GFSI approved
Carlito : What standard is highly acceptable by GFSI?
Ahmed : Why OPRPs is not included in BRC ?
Nishad Hussain : How to differentiate high risk and low risk food
Mona : What the difference between PRPs and OPRP
ROBIN : Thank you Tony Connor.Vey knowledgeable and listener friendly presentation. Have to go now.
Jane : Thank you for this detailed presentation
Pinky : the presentation covered all GFSI standard topics very nicely. Pinky Patel
Dave : I'd opt for FSSC every time as the audits are of more value.
ramzy howait : thanksalot for both Tony &simon!!!!!!!
serge : What the difference between PRPs and OPRP
Houman : Do we need to have CCP Training annually, or one time is enough for each person?
Dave : will the B part of BRC be changing from British to Brexit?
Jackie : Ahmed - what does OPRP stand for?
Dave : I'm joking of course...
Benjie R. Luy : GFSI certification depending on your buyers requirement. it could be SQF, FSSC, BRC or IFS
Dave : Operational Prerequisite Programme = OPRP
Ahmed : operational prerequisite programme  :  Jackie
Ahmad : My Q again please, how can i make Classification of ingredients and packaging material (both food contact and non-food contact).based on the food safety risk?
toral : do you know any easy way to do Mass balance?
Jema : Great presentation! Thank you so much
Jackie : thanks Ahmed
Ahmad : My Q again please, how can i make Classification of ingredients and packaging material (both food contact and non-food contact).based on the food safety risk e.g. low/high food safety risk ?
lateef : are fluxograms part of the exyernal audit 
nkwekam : Does a lead ISO 22000 auditor need additional training to conduct BRC audits?
June Ly : BRC and SQF certification are very similar.  Are there any unique differences between them?
Dave : OPRPs are PRPs that are identified by the hazard analysis as being required to control significant hazards
Irene : is it acceptable to have no cpp in the brc haccp?
Georgia : thank you both very much!
Carlito : How to become certified BRC Auditor?
Emma Fonseca : Thanks, great presentation 
Jessica : thank you!
Anggoro : many thanks
Dave : Irene, retailers may challenge the absence of CCPs, but it is feasible for there to be no CCP or no OPRP in low risk operations
andreas : Great thanks
Virginia : Thank you!
Robert : Forums are very hlepful
Heidi : Thanks!
Carlos Villasenor : does the discount apply to other manuals or just the brc?
Jacinthe : thank you!
Rick : Thank you for the presentation!
Carlito : Thank you so much.  
Dave : great presentation - thanks a bunch
Deborah : thank you
James : Thanks Tony and 
Mathew : thank you
June Ly : Thank you for great presentation.
Charissa : thank you
nkwekam : Thanks for the great presentation
Carlos Villasenor : Thank you
Morad : Thanks

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