Introduction to Internal Auditing of Food Safety Management Systems:
BRCGS Food, FSSC/ISO 22000, IFS Food and HACCP (based on ISO 19011:2018)
Cost of Course: R5700 (excl VAT)
This two-day course will equip delegates with the following:
- Explain the role and responsibilities of an auditor to plan, conduct, report and follow-up an internal food safety management system audit, in accordance with ISO 19011.
- Plan, conduct, report and follow-up on internal audit of part of a food safety management system based on FSSC/ISO 22000, BRCGS Food, IFS Food or HACCP and in accordance with ISO 19011.
- Understand the role of audit criteria in internal audits.
- Understand audit principles and the impact thereof on an audit.
- Understanding the importance and impact of auditor conduct.
- Preparing for internal audits.
- Preparing audit plans.
- Applying audit methods to obtain audit evidence.
- Reporting non conformances in understandable terms.
- Evaluation of corrective actions for adequacy.
- Effective reporting on the audit process.
Progress Excellence Approach
- Explaining internal auditing in terms of the Guidelines for auditing management systems (ISO 19011:2018) in simple terms.
- Course material is developed to simulate the audit process with practical examples and activities.
- Stimulating the discovery of how the behaviour of the auditor affects the outcome of the internal and supplier audit process.
- User-friendly tools to prepare for and conduct an audit.
The course is best suited for staff who are starting to perform internal audits.