BRC Global Standards publish a series of white papers to expand individual and organisations understanding of the BRC Global Standards certification schemes. These white papers provide detailed information and analysis making the exchange of technical knowledge possible, providing a positive and measurable difference.
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF FOOD SAFETY STANDARDS: THE BRC GLOBAL STANDARD FOR FOOD SAFETY, ISO 22000 AND FSSC 22000
Appropriateness of a scheme or a Standard, with respect to the industry, a site and its customers, can be measured by considering the scope and coverage of the scheme, ease of interpretation and understanding, ability to train the concerned personnel on its requirements, adequacy of guidelines for implementation, qualification of auditors and certification bodies, effective audit methodology, adherence to protocol, availability of correct information about the site and recognition of the scheme for the trade (both global and local). These criteria form the basis for a comparative evaluation of the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety, the FSSC 22000 Standard and the ISO 22000 Standard.
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