Traceability refers to the possibility of tracking history, application and location of the product in question, and it can also include the origin of raw materials and parts, process history, distribution and product location after delivery. One of widely accepted standards for traceability which fulfills all criteria is GS1 traceability standard (Integrated system of Global Standards intended for precise identification and transfer of information). GS1 defines minimal requirements and business rules for designing and implementing a traceability system. It refers to the entire supply chain and can be applied to any type of product. GS1 traceability standard is one of many systems which can, when applied together, help the companies to continue and provide satisfaction of customer expectation regarding safety and high level of product quality. The course is aimed at all who wish to acquaint themselves with the principle of traceability and possible ways of establishing systems of product identification in the entire supply chain and distribution.
IFS Food Standard is a standard for ensuring the quality and safety of products, developed by the Franco-German-Italian association of traders, which is why multinational companies like METRO, LIDL, ALDI and others. require the application of its suppliers.The course is intended for qualified personnel who work in the system of food safety management, consultants, auditors, future auditors and all those who want to deepen their knowledge in this area
BRC Global Food Standard is a standard for ensuring the quality and safety of products, developed by a consortium of British trading firms (British Retail Consortium - short BRC), whose members are companies such as Tesco, Aldi, Burger King, McDonald's Restaurants, Marks & Spencer Group and others . which require the application of standards from its suppliers.The course is intended for qualified personnel who work in the system of food safety management, consultants, auditors, future auditors and all those who want to deepen their knowledge in this area
Organic production is a term used to refer to a production system which maintains health of the land, the ecosystem and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adjusted to local conditions as opposed to use of inputs with harmful effects.
Organic production works in harmony with nature, without endangering the environment and people working in it. If your company wants to offer products which are in accordance to methods of organic production to the market, you are required to harmonize them to the production rules issued by the lawmaker and current standards, and to conduct audits to ensure conformity to these standards.
The course is aimed at all who are interested in organic production, from production managers to workers in the production process.
FSSC 22000:2005 is a certification scheme, based on ISO 22000:2005, ISO 22002-:1:2009 standard requirements and additional requirements of FSSC 22000.
Course for internal auditors is a training conducted in accordance with the rules which are internationally recognized and uniformed. The course is designed to train participants for conducting internal audits in their own organizations or their suppliers' organizations from the standpoint of FSSC 22000 requirements.