Join the BSI Group for a - Tips and tricks half day workshop
You will hear from a number of food sector thought leaders, sharing insights about the industry demands and the top food safety audit non-conformities and how to avoid them.
Your people are often your greatest asset, but they can also be your largest vulnerability. Discover how to apply best practice and ensure that all your staff meet the standards of a good food safety and quality culture required for top performing food manufacturers.
Packaging is a hot topic, and BRC Packaging Standard Issue 6 Chair Joanna Griffiths will share her views on what’s next for food contact packaging. Joanna will also host an open discussion with the audience on what's next for the world of food contact packaging.
There will also be a chance to speak directly to our compliance experts over lunch in our ‘Ask an expert’ clinic.
08:40 Arrival, registration, networking and light refreshments
09:00 Chair’s Introduction
09:10 Organizational resilience in the Food Supply Chain
Learn about what organizationally resilient leadership means in the Agri-Food sector. Find out what is causing companies to lose their competitive edge in the soft skills associated with Behaviours, Culture, Horizon scanning, Reputational Risk, and Supply Chains which is making companies vulnerable to losing their competitive edge.
10:00 Risks and control / Food fraud & supply chain.
10:15 Networking break and refreshments
10:30 Food Safety, common NCRS (Non-conformities and how to avoid them at audit)
Do you know what the top non-conformities are in food safety management system audits? Discover the answer to this and learn how to mitigate your risk with practical tips for avoiding the most common food safety audit pitfalls.
11.00 Food Safety & Quality Culture & Food Labelling Overview
There’s a common cause in non-conformities across food safety, environmental, quality and health and safety audits- people. Discover how to engage your people and reduce your risk of NCR’s whilst measuring and quantifying culture from qualitative data. Apply these learnings across your business to inform all staff of the importance of food safety and quality culture, especially when looking at food labelling and allergen concerns.
11.30 Food contact packaging, what’s next?
Plastics or paper? Less or more? Joanna Griffiths expert in food contact packaging and Chair of the BRC Packaging & Packaging Materials Committee 2010-2018 gives her view on what’s next for food contact packaging, facilitating an open discussion from members of the audience.
11.40 Ask the expert Q&A session
11.50 Closing remarks and networking Lunch
11.50 Ask the expert clinic - talk to our experts over some light refreshments
12.20 Event close