SGS live webinar – 3 October 2019

BRCGS Global Standard Packaging Materials – Key Changes In Issue 8

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SGS Group, an inspection, verification, testing, and certification service provider, will host a live webinar about the key changes introduced to Issue 8 of the BRCGS Global Standard for Packaging Materials on 3 October 2019. The objective of this one-hour long webinar is to understand and implement the key changes to the standard. The webinar will have 45 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of Q&A session.

The agenda of the webinar includes topics like ‘SGS at a Glance,’ ‘GFSI – What does it mean?,’ ‘BRCGS packaging scheme components, the scope of the scheme, changes to requirements – overview, conclusion,’ and ‘Q&A.’ The free webinar is aimed at anyone in the food supply chain who is interested in BRCGS Packaging Materials certification and currently certified clients.

The speakers include Jeremy Chamberlain – SGS Global Food Certification director and Dorota Zulswnik – SGS Global BRC Non-Food Compliance manager. Chamberlain ensures that all the GFSI-based scheme audits are undertaken to a consistently high standard. He has conducted audits and training across the globe. Zulswnik ensures BRC Packaging Materials and BRC Consumer Product Global Standard audits are undertaken to a consistently high standard.

The webinar will take place at 7 a.m. in San Francisco (United States), 10 a.m. in New York (United States), 3 p.m. in London (United Kingdom) and 4 p.m. in Paris (France). The complimentary recording of the webinar will be available to those who missed the live webinar by registering here.

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