An internal auditing program is essential for understanding how well your food safety programs are being implemented and how well they comply with the applicable requirements of the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) standards and regulations. Challenges pertinent to internal audits include confusion with “inspection”, what to evaluate, how to assess a requirement, and what steps are needed to correct deficiencies.
An effective internal audit program addresses these challenges and also identifies gaps and weaknesses, provides evidence of compliance and confidence in the food safety program. The financial benefit provided is sustaining business and customers, and remaining in good regulatory standing.
Join this session, where expert speaker Ron Vail will discuss how to develop an internal audit program compliant with food safety standards. You will be able to efficiently identify the components of a food safety standard that are basic for compliance. You will understand how to determine other food safety programs that may integrate with a specific requirement.
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- Larry D. Bowe , BS, CFPMT, CFPMP
- Joy McElroy,
- Natasha Rowley-Phipps,
- Dr. Keith Warriner,
- Michael Brodsky,
- Dr. John M. Ryan, Ph.D.
Ron Vail is a recently certified Lead Instructor for Food Safety Preventive Controls for Human Food. He has over 35 years of experience in the food industry and has held positions in Quality, Manufacturing and Procurement. Ron graduated from Colorado State University in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and began his food career with AIB as a Field Inspector. His career progressed through the food...
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