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  • BRC Storage and Distribution was created to fill a historically gap in standardization in the food and consumer product chain regarding poor handling, lack of stock and temperature abuse (in the case of food) that occurs at these point in the distribution chain.Developed by retailers, food service companies, industry trade associations, independent experts and certification bodies
  • Designed to reflect best practices and facilitate a process of continuous improvement through well designed risk-based product safety management systems.Scope of requirement within standardScope of applicable company operationsScope of products to which the standard can be applied
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    • 1. 9/8/2012BRC GLOBAL STANDARD FORSTORAGE & DISTRIBUTIONAnisha CHETTRIPauline BOYERSuzanne JOHNVidyun RATHOREVivian GOODWIN 1
    • 2. 9/8/2012HISTORY BRC introduced Global Standard for Storage and Distribution in September 2006 Issue 2 of the Standard was published in September 2010. To complement the Global standards covering food, packaging and consumer products. Created to complete the chain of product certification. Developed by a multi-stakeholder group 2
    • 3. 9/8/2012OBJECTIVE Primary concern Food safety Quality and safety of the product is maintained. Customer confidence upheld through audit and certification. 3
    • 4. 9/8/2012REASONS FOR SETTING UP Retail consists 5% of GDP of the country Largest Private Sector Employer Crime Accessibility 4
    • 5. 9/8/2012MAIN AIMS Complete the chain between the food manufacturer and the retailer Maintain food Safety Cover the network of retailers 5
    • 6. 9/8/2012 AUDITORHigher education level-Degree or DiplomaAppropriate post-qualification work experience-atleast 5years industry experienceLicensed by a recognized third-party auditor qualificationQualification in HACCP or Risk AssessmentCompleted BRC Training in GS BRC-Storage &Distribution 6
    • 7. 9/8/2012CERTIFICATION PROCESS OBTAIN STANDARD SELF-ASSESSMENT SELECT CERTIFICATION BODY ON-SITE AUDIT CRITICAL, MAJOR & MINOR NON CONFORMITIES IDENTIFIED CORRECT NON CONFORMITIES-28 DAYS CERTIFICATION DECISION 7
    • 8. 9/8/2012AUDIT DURATION An audit shall last about 1.5 days. Also depends on the number of modules included in the scope of the audit.  (storage, distribution, whole sales, contracted services module) The first re-audit after certification is carried out after 12 months. The other re-audits are either done after 12 or 18 months, depending on the number of non conformities. 8
    • 9. 9/8/2012ASSESSMENT 3 levels of non conformities:  Critical: failure to comply with a product safety or legal compliance issue.  Major:  failure to meet requirements of the standard  situation which would raise doubts on the conformity of the product  Minor: absolute compliance of the standard’s requirements has not been achieved but the conformity of the product is not a doubt. 9
    • 10. NON CONFORMITIES AND CORRECTIVEACTION REQUIREDNumber and type of non-conformities Process for Re-audit reviewing Certificate on frequency corrective completion onceCritical Major Minor action certificated 18 months – Provide existing0 <3 <20 objective Yes certificated site evidence 12 months – initial audit0 3 or 4 <20 Revisit to review Yes 12 months corrective0 <3 20 to 29 action1 or more Full re-audit usually no less Dependent on No certificate0 5 or more than 3 months subsequent issued following the full audit result initial audit0 <5 30 or more9/8/2012 10 Source: BRC storage and distribution, issue 2
    • 11. 9/8/2012STANDARD REQUIREMENTS Senior management commitment: Hazard and risk analysis Quality management systems Site and building standards Vehicle operating standards Facility management Good operating practices Personnel 11
    • 12. 9/8/2012Senior management commitment Commitment and continual improvement Organisational structureHazard and risk analysis HACCPQuality Management system Quality systems Documentation control Record completion and maintenance Internal audit Corrective and preventive action Customer requirements Purchasing TraceabilityGood operating practices Receipt of goods Product handling Environmental control Physical and chemical product contamination risk Stock rotation Product releasePersonnel Training and competency 12 Personal hygiene
    • 13. 9/8/2012THANK YOU!! 13

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