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  • Writer's pictureSonia Andre

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There are a number of items that the BRCGS Food Safety auditor MUST cover during the on site audit, as a minimum (see picture).

Opening meeting and closing meeting will always be first and last, respectively, in the agenda, but for the rest, the auditor is free to plan the way they see fit.

The auditor must aim to spend about 50% of their time in the factory (auditing production and site facilities, interviewing staff, observing processes and reviewing documentation in production areas with the relevant staff).

Elements of a BRCGS Food Safety audit
Elements of a BRCGS Food Safety audit

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