Like others have said, Annual as a minimum. But if more are done its a bonus.
But you dont want to have to explain to an auditor why you only managed one when you have a procedure for 2,3 or 4 a year.
This is in your procedure-
- Management Review Meetings
- Management review meetings attended by the site’s senior management shall be undertaken at appropriate planned intervals, annually as a minimum to review the site performance against standards and objectives. The review process shall include an evaluation of:
- Previous management review action plans and time frames.
- Results of Internal, Second- Party and/ or third-party audits.
- Customer complaints and results of any customer feedback.
- Incidents, corrective actions, out-of-specification results and non-conforming materials.
- Review of the management of the systems for HACCP, food defence and authenticity.
- Resource requirements.
2.Records of the meeting shall be documented and used to revise the objectives. The decision and actions agreed within the review process shall be effectively communicated to appropriate staff and actions implemented within agreed timescales.
3.The site shall have a demonstrable meeting programme which enables food safety, legality and quality issues to be brought to the attention of senior management at least monthly and allows for the resolution of issues requiring immediate action (currently the Monthly Senior Management Meeting with issues documented in the executive report).
We have annual as a minimum , but have other documented through the year on top of this. We also have a DOR meeting everyday at 9:30 attended by Country manager . And a weekly site leadership team meeting.
Hope this helps