Internal Food Safety Auditor is a course that covers the fundamentals of an internal auditor program: quality auditing principles, establishment of food safety and quality criteria, and development and implementation of an effective program. Internal audits are a requirement of all food safety certification standards, such SQF, BRCGS and FSSC 22000. Internal Food Safety Auditor is based on the principles of ISO 19011. The course will meet the internal auditor training requirement of a GFSI-bench marketed standard, such as SQF, BRCGS and FSSC 22000. The topics will support businesses that want to improve or initiate their facility’s internal audit program.
- Management Systems
- Audit Program Objectives, Requirements and Improvement
- Audit Program Resources and Documentation
- Initiating Audits
- Conducting Audits
- Corrective Actions Management
- Audit Report
- Audit Follow-Up
The course is designed for food industry staff such as internal food safety auditors, second party auditors, quality control/assurance personnel, production management, supervisors and consultants.
A certificate of attendance will be provided by FoodChain ID for those participants who attend and participate in the full training course.
Gary Smith is the Vice President of Food Safety at FoodChain ID. Gary has an extensive list of professional certifications and industry memberships: Chair of the Food Safety Service Providers (FSSP), Advisory Board member for FSSC 22000, co-chair of food group of IAAR, member of the Accreditation task force and Guidance document working group, member of the GFSI and member of the Technical Advisory Committee for SQFI. Previous committee work includes a Council III membership with the Conference for Food Protection.