The duration of this course is 16 hours. By attending this two-day course delegates will gain the essential knowledge of the hazard analysis and risk assessment principles using exercises and activities to demonstrate the preparatory stages to the development of a HARA plan. To successfully complete the course, delegates will need to complete an exam to assess their understanding and application of the learning outcomes. This course is part of the BRCGS Professional recognition programme.
ObjectiveAfter this training, delegates will be able to:
- Describe the concept of product safety culture and why a positive culture is important to ensuring product safety and integrity
- Identify what the Standards require, and the function of Product Safety Culture Plan within a QMS
- Recognize the link between behaviour, product safety culture and how it underpins product safety assurance
- Discuss how to measure an organization’s product safety culture using dedicated tools and techniques
- Develop a sustainable Product Safety Culture Action Plan and how to engage staff to support it
The course is targeted at Personnel from Packaging Materials, Consumer Products manufacturers, Storage & Distribution and Agents & Brokers, such as technical managers, quality managers, and other members of product safety and quality management teams (production, engineering and new product development personnel) who need to develop and implement a hazard analysis and risk assessment analysis plan, which meets the requirements of the Global Standard; New auditors for the Global Standard for Packaging Materials, Consumer Products, Storage and Distribution &/or Agents & Brokers who have not undertaken a hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) course; Refresher course for those returning into auditing.
All our public courses can also be delivered in-house at your premises either as standard or tailored depending on the needs and requirements of your business.
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