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BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7 Herramienta de autoevaluación
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    Self-Assessment Tool   BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7     Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7: July 2015  BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment Tool F037a Self-Assessment Tool Released 09/02/2015 Page 1 BRC GLOBAL STANDARD 7 SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL Welcome to the BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment tool We hope that you will find this useful when preparing your site for an audit against the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7. This tool will be applicable for all BRC Global Standard for Food Safety audits from the 1 st  July 2015 How to use the BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment tool This tool is designed to help you assess your operation against the requirements of the Standard and help prepare you for your certification audit. The checklist covers each of the requirements of the Standard and may be used to check your site’s compliance with each of these requirements. The checklist also allows you to add comments or identify areas of improvement in the empty boxes provided at the end of each section. While we hope that this tool is useful in helping you prepare for your audit it should not be considered as evidence of an internal audit and will not be accepted by auditors during an audit. Training   The BRC Training Academy has courses available to improve the understanding of the requirements for the BRC Global Standard for Food Safety issue 7 and may be useful for the person using the BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment Tool. For further information on the courses available please visit www.brctrainingacademy.com  Further Information If you have any further questions about the BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment Tool or the BRC Global Standard for issue 7 please do not hesitate to contact the BRC Global Standards team. Email  –  enquiries@brcglobalstandards.com Telephone  –  020 7854 8939     Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7: July 2015  BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment Tool F037a Self-Assessment Tool Released 09/02/2015 Page 2 1 Senior Management Commitment 1.1 Senior Management Commitment and continual improvement   Requirement No REQUIREMENT Conforms FUNDAMENTAL Statement of Intent   The site’s senior management shall dem onstrate they are fully committed to the implementation of the requirements of the Global Standard for Food Safety and to processes which facilitate continual improvement of food safety and quality management. 1.1.1 The site shall have a documented policy which states the site’s inten tion to meet its obligation to produce safe and legal products to the specified quality and its responsibility to its customers. This shall be:   signed by the person with overall responsibility for the site   communicated to all staff . 1.1.2 The site’s senior management shall ensure that clear objectives are de fined to maintain and improve the safety, legality and quality of products manufactured, in accordance with the food safety and quality policy and this Standard. These objectives shall be:   documented and include targets or clear measures of success   clearly communicated to relevant staff   monitored and results reported at least quarterly to site senior management. 1.1.3 Management review meetings att ended by the site’s senior man agement shall be undertaken at appropriate planned intervals, annually as a minimum, to review the site performance against the Standard and objectives set in clause 1.1.2. The review process shall include the evaluation of:   previous management review action plans and timeframes   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. Records of the meeting shall be documented and used to revise the objectives. The decisions and actions agreed within the review process shall   Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7: July 2015  BRC Global Standards Self-Assessment Tool F037a Self-Assessment Tool Released 09/02/2015 Page 3 be effectively communicated to appropriate staff, and actions implemented within agreed timescales. 1.1.4 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. 1.1.5 The company’s senior management  shall provide the human and financial resources required to produce food safely and in compliance with the requirements of this Standard. 1.1.6 The company’s senior management shall have a system in place to ensure that the site is kept informed of and reviews:   scientific and technical developments   industry codes of practice   new risks to authenticity of raw materials   all relevant legislation applicable in the country of raw material supply, production and, where known, the country where the product will be sold. 1.1.7 The site shall have a genuine, srcinal hard copy or electronic version of the current Standard available and be aware of any changes to the Standard or protocol that are published on the BRC website. 1.1.8 Where the site is certificated to the Standard it shall ensure that announced recertification audits occur on or before the audit due date indicated on the certificate. 1.1.9 The most senior production or operations manager on site shall participate in the opening and closing meetings of the audit for Global Standard for Food Safety certification. Relevant departmental managers or their deputies shall be available as required during the audit. 1.1.10 The site’s senior management shall ensure that the root causes of non -conformities identified at the previous audit against the Standard have been effectively addressed to prevent recurrence. Comments/Actions 1.2 Organisational structure, responsibilities and management authority
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