The benefits of introducing a culture of food security

 

 

 


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The DEKRA expert multinational, as a certified entity accredited in BRC, IFS and ISO 22000, highlights the importance of the approach to food security culture to ensure compliance and to be synchronized with industry trends and customer expectations and the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)

The GFSI has become the engine of a wide range of certification systems in the food sector as well as introducing, in its seventh version of requirements, the idea of food security culture. This has meant immediate integration into the standards of certification schemes recognized as BRC v8, IFS Food v7, among others. In 2020, DEKRA issued a total of 196 IFS certificates, 38 BRC and 12 according to ISO 22000.

 

Many organizations have realized that it is not enough to invest in training staff in food safety, to implement systems and to audit them since it does not guarantee the desired levels in food safety; in other words, the comprehensive assessment of their culture in food security is still necessary.

The emphasis here is on the essential role of leaders and managers throughout the organization. Regular communication, education, metrics, teamwork and personal responsibility are vital. In addition, acquired skills, including adaptability and awareness of hazards, can move important safe food practices, beyond a theoretical conversation to live in “real time”.

A successful implementation can be achieved by following two basic steps: evaluating the current state of the system in the company and creating and implementing an action plan. Estados para Whatsapp

The company DEKRA as an international partner, you can offer you the preliminary audit of your system as well as the certification audit according to the standards of the BRC, IFS and/or ISO 22000 schemes.

For more information on addressing these aspects, please refer to the details on your website or directly to one of your experts through: https://www.dekra.com/en/the-fundamentals-of-food-safety-culture/

 

About DEKRA
DEKRA has been operating in the security field for over 90 years. Founded in 1925 in Berlin as DECADEutscher KRAftfahrzeug-Überwachungs-Verein e.V., is today one of the world's leading expert organizations. DEKRA SE is a subsidiary of DEKRA e.V. and manages the operating business of the Group. In 2020, DEKRA generated preliminary sales totalling 3.2 billion euros. Currently, the company employs more than 43,000 people in approximately 60 countries on the six continents. It offers qualified and independent experts who work for road safety, at work and at home. These services range from vehicle inspection and expert fees to claims services, industrial and building inspections, security consulting, testing and certification of products and systems, as well as training and temporary work. The vision for the company's centenary in 2025 is that DEKRA will be the global partner for a safe world.

The benefits of introducing a culture of food security

The benefits of introducing a culture of food security

The DEKRA expert multinational, as a certified entity accredited in BRC, IFS and ISO 22000, highlights the importance of the approach to food security culture

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2023-04-11

 

The benefits of introducing a culture of food security
The benefits of introducing a culture of food security

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