When I first arrived at my current role, I had come from a 19-person QA department with at least one or two people dedicated each to a portion of our program. Now I was a one-man crew, but the SQF code hadn’t changed. I had to reexamine my interpretation of the code to focus on the basic requirements and how I would be able to meet them with whatever...
SQF has a lot of special definitions and language that can cause confusion for companies working to get newly certified. There are several mentions of “registers”, but the word register isn’t ever defined in the SQF glossary. The short answer is that a register is simply a list of all materials supporting that section of the code. But again, SQF leav...
Having been through one of the first round of SQF 8.0 audits, I wanted to help other folks who may be sweating some of the new clauses. So, here’s an example of the approach I took to get me through my audit in February that may help other SQF practitioners. The requirements in the SQF code 8.0 module 2:
Document control – make it less of a chore and more of an assetFurFarmandFork - Sep 08 2023 08:16 PM
Document control – make it less of a chore and more of an assetmmn1994 - Sep 08 2023 06:23 PM
Document control – make it less of a chore and more of an assetchrisplatys - Jun 14 2020 07:17 PM
Meeting the new requirements of SQF 8.0: 2.7.2 Food Fraudmanwellm - Apr 24 2019 09:26 PM
Document control – make it less of a chore and more of an assetPropellerPete - Sep 27 2018 06:46 PM
0 user(s) viewing
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users