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SD308 Position Statement, Product Vulnerability Assessment


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#1 Paulinejs

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Posted 07 February 2019 - 09:29 AM

Hi guys

Ive been working on a Product Vulnerability assessment to satisfy this new addition to the storage & distribution standard  but Im struggling as all our products belong to the client and are fully sealed.

The only thing we buy our selves is pallet wrap which is non food contact

Any ideas



#2 Sarahr78

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Posted 07 February 2019 - 10:17 AM

Hi Pauline

 

Thank you for your question because we haven't even had notification of an SD308?? The last position statement we received was 307 back in January 18! 

 

Looks like I need to investigate further....



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Posted 07 February 2019 - 10:27 AM

it came into force on the 1st Feb



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Posted 07 February 2019 - 11:28 AM

Thanks you for sharing

 

I have contacted BRC this morning as it would appear we have been missed!!  :headhurts:



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Posted 11 February 2019 - 04:04 PM

I've spent a few days looking as this position statement and I have to agree I'm also struggling.

 

Hi guys

Ive been working on a Product Vulnerability assessment to satisfy this new addition to the storage & distribution standard  but Im struggling as all our products belong to the client and are fully sealed.

The only thing we buy our selves is pallet wrap which is non food contact

Any ideas

 

Apart from our current site security procedures and malicious contamination risk assessments implemented from the previous position statement I'm not sure what else we can implement to minimise the risk of vulnerability.

 

We have approximately 4000 individual products. To conduct a vulnerability assessment for each product would be an impossible task A: because they are not our products and B they are all finished goods, How would we know...............

 

One idea we have had is to ask our suppliers to complete a declaration that their products are authentic and asking them to advise us of any products that they perceive to be high risk. 

 

Anyone else in Storage and Distribution have any ideas or solutions? 






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