I am just new in this forum and I am so thankful to learn more on food safety.
I have been browsing and do some research in this forum on how to distinguish the differences in functions/ roles.. of AIB, BRC and YUM! --
Please correct me if I did not understand well,
AIB - is an accredited certifying body for food safety schemes, which is BRC. AIB has also their own scheme, and so they can certify their customers that they follow AIB standards.
AIB is a third party auditor --- to ensure BRC is being complied in an establishment.
BRC is a scheme, used as a benchmark requirement... and if the food retail company is proven to comply the scheme (by an auditor, like AIB), then I can say that... "AIB certifies ABC Company in compliance with the BRC Global Standards" (?)
and YUM standard, is a scheme? for particular retail group?
Is YUM has any link to either AIB or BRC?
How is YUM different from the two??
-- Additional question: I found so many in the list of Global Food Safety standard that I have not known until i started browsing the forum... which scheme is the most tedious and most stringent requirements??
Thank you so much!!!
Edited by amclico, 04 September 2018 - 09:03 AM.