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Posted 06 July 2022 - 05:24 PM

Good afternoon everyone

 

As currently under GFSI regulation, we have a co-packer (who produces a product under our name) who is not GFSI.

I went there to do an internal audit under GFSI template checklist to make sure he follows my approved supplier program procedure.

 

However I was wondering if anyone had a template or guidance on how I can determine wether this supplier is ''approved'' or not after his internal audit (depending on the number of N-C , gravity of N-C, etc.)

I don't want to give this supplier a scoring like the GFSI one since it's too severe for a company that's not GFSI 

They are currently applying corrective action for each of the N-C I found but still wanted to know how to do a ''conclusion'' report on that ?

 

thanks :)



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Posted 06 July 2022 - 06:01 PM

I just read in this  https://mygfsi.com/w...Protocol_V2.pdf   that 

Step 1 - Self-Assessment: Depending on the outcome of the self-assessment, the business should pass to Step 2 (Basic Level), Step 3 (Intermediate Level) or Step 4 (Certification against a GFSI recognised scheme). • Step 2 - Assessment Basic Level: Matches 35% of the GFSI Guidance Document. • Step 3 - Assessment Intermediate Level: Matches 65% of the GFSI Guidance Document. • Step 4 - Certification against a GFSI Recognised Scheme: The official accredited certification process.

 

Perhaps the section in BOLD will help you out   if the vendor meets between 35 and 65% of your audit, you could score them as basic or intermediate level?


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Posted 06 July 2022 - 06:27 PM

Yes this will help me formuling my template

 

thank you Scampi !



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Posted 06 July 2022 - 10:49 PM

In general the requirement is that the contract supplier (packaging under your label) is either GFSI  certified (SQF, FSSC, BRC, IFS, etc) or meets the requirements of your GFSi requirements.

 

So, they don't need to be GFSI (SQF, etc) but must be in compliance with your chosen certification requirements and would be audited against that certification.

 

We are in planning stage for a new food facility that will break ground in the Spring of 2023, we will be getting SQF certified once up and running and we may have one or more contract suppliers - both of them will be audited on the basis of the requirements of our SQF cert.since they are not as of yet SQF or any of the other gFsi schemes.

 

So if your company is SQF for instance, I would use the SQF audit format to do an audit on the supplier.


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Posted 07 July 2022 - 11:50 AM

Thank you for your answer :)





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