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Posted 24 July 2020 - 08:59 AM



Would the attached meet BRC requirements?

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Posted 24 July 2020 - 10:26 AM

Hi, which particular BRC requirement(s) are you looking at?
Your title for the thread is "TACCP", but none of the attachments seem to relate to this in the typical sense of the term? (TACCP = "Threat Assessment Critical Control Points", i.e. food defence and similar - basically section 4.2 of the standard).

In terms of the attachments themselves, taken at face value for their respective areas of the standard, it's a bit difficult to say - the methodology/substantiation behind the risk assessment is arguably as relevant as the final numbers, and these seem to be a brief summary of the latter?

If you have that in place (e.g. evidence of the reviews of historical data, supply chain assessment etc for the vulnerability part, or the detail behind the "cross contamination risk" from celery being ranked as "high" but consumer risk being "low") then it may be fine, but in isolation IMO it's quite difficult to confirm.

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