This video highlights the benefits of LRQA Business Assurance training services, including how they help organizations around the world improve their performance and reduce their risk.
The management systems community
IFSQN has released a comprehensive documentation package for companies seeking to implement a Technical Management System to meet the requirements of the BRC / IOP Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials.
72% of Americans want the federal government to establish new safety standards for the growing, harvesting, processing and distribution of fresh fruits and vegetables even if they increase costs, according to a national survey commissioned by the Produce Safety Project (PSP).
“Consumers don’t want the produce section of their grocery stores to be casinos where they roll the dice on their family’s health and safety,” said Jim O’Hara, PSP director.
In the UK we throw away 6.7 million tonnes of food every year, roughly a third of everything we buy.
This ground-breaking report was launched on 8 May 2008.
It provides, for the first time, an objective assessment of the amounts and types of food we buy but don’t eat.
It is a call to action for government, retailers, food manufacturers, NGOs and all of us, in our role as consumers, to reduce the food we waste.
Check-out Carbon, published by sustainable development charity Forum for the Future, also reveals that 77 per cent of consumers want the government to set higher environmental product standards.
A new report from the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University suggests that US consumers believe that local food is safer than that from further afield.
For those of you who haven’t seen it, ISO has put a promotional video on YouTube! The video is an overview of the environmental management standard, ISO 14001, and has over 5,400 downloads so far!
Further, there are supply chain videos on YouTube!, including this promotional video from Cisco and Ford, as well as Food Safety videos, including this one on Food Safety and China.
LRQA’s Business Assurance helps you manage your systems and risks to improve and protect the current and future performance of your organisation.
The Business Assurance approach uses a consistent methodology for providing business driven assessments based around the organisation’s most significant risks.
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