Pack 4: Contingency Planning eDocs
£85.00 (plus VAT)
For our Contingency Planning eDocs cover incidents, recall and withdrawals, we’ve used our many years of compliance expertise to develop a pack which is not only best practice, but also easy to use.
The pack meets:
- BRCGS Food Issue 8
- BRCGS Packaging Issue 6
- BRCGS Storage & Distribution Issue 4
- BRCGS Agents & Brokers Issue 2
If you’re a packaging manufacturer this pack covers every type of packaging your site is producing, so it’s suitable for food contact or hygiene sensitive packaging and for non-food contact or secondary packaging. All you need is included here.
Written by the experts…
The contingency planning procedure provides processes for business issues due to failure of key services, natural disasters, malicious contamination as well as product incidents.
To keep it easy and simple, all documents are in word and excel. We’re here to help you as you amend and implement your pack, so you’re not on your own if you have any problems or queries.
If you need a procedure and record forms to meet BRC Global Standards, our Incidents, Recall & Withdrawal pack is simple to use and has everything you need to comply with the section for Management of incidents, product withdrawal and product recall.
If your current procedure needs to be updated, or you want to start again from scratch our pack will save you loads of time.
The procedure details the requirements of the incident team, who should be on the team and their responsibilities.
The incident form guides the team through the process, helping to ensure that all the necessary information is recorded.
And when needed, the product incident flow chart assists those involved in the incident to help them communicate at the right time and consider the necessary steps.
The procedure we’ve included is really comprehensive, it even includes a decision tree so you know exactly what to do in the event of product being affected. as well as a template to record your incidents management team and a key contacts list.
Our contingency fact sheet is really useful and will help you understand what you may need to consider if a loss of power or water were to happen on site, as well as flooding. We’ve even provided for you three levels of response to these incidents that range from basic to comprehensive.
It also covers emergency response, including COVID-19.