Remote Auditing Factsheet
This factsheet outlines everything you need to know about remote auditing in the United Kingdom and Ireland during COVID-19.
Whitepaper: Remote Food Auditing Processes in UK
In line with the current operating environment, there have been several key food safety scheme updates that may impact your audit process. Where feasible, SAI Global Assurance can facilitate a remote audit with the integration of smartphones, videos and audio technology.
Current Food Auditing Processes in UK
This factsheet outlines everything you need to know to continue with your on-site food safety audit.
Building Brand Resilience With Second Party Audits
Adopting a custom or second-party audit program can improve performance and compliance in the supply chain and retail outlets alike.
Food Fraud: The Basics
This whitepaper looks at what food fraud is and provides salient examples from high-profile food fraud cases in recent years.
Brand Resilience: Future Proofing Your Brand
In this whitepaper we’ll explore the drivers behind building brand resilience including examples of lessons learned. Brand resilience is about more than delivering high quality, it’s about consistency and a customer loyalty that inspires confidence.
Safeguarding Business Continuity
In this whitepaper, you will learn how the clauses of modern management systems can be unlocked to help safeguard your business continuity, throughout the Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle.
Supply Chain Risk Management In The Pet Food Industry
Download our complimentary whitepaper to learn more about the challenges in global pet food supply chain and how can you improve your risk management practices to tackle these challenges. for tips on how to build and measure Food safety.
Recall Risks: The Importance of Environmental Monitoring for Pathogenic Bacteria
Pet food industry is the most regulated industry in US. When developing an environmental monitoring program, you must decide which pathogens are likely to be introduced into your plant and hence which you will monitor for. An effective Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) for pathogenic bacteria is critical to mitigate against risk of contamination.