The BRC statement consists of the initials of the British Retail Consortium. This standard, published in 1998 as the BRC Food Technical Standard, was adopted by companies providing products to UK retailers first, followed by world-class food supplier companies.

Prior to the establishment of this standard in the company, the establishment and management of the HACCP System in the enterprise as well as the existence of a documented and effectively managed Quality Management System are stipulated.

In addition to these two basic conditions, the company has adopted environmental standards, product control and process management systems, having experienced and expert staff and hygiene training of employees.

In order to implement the TS EN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System standards in food producing companies and to ensure the continuity of the application, TURCERT certification bodyIn addition to certification studies, it also provides consultancy and training services. The training subjects of the TURCERT certification body regarding TS EN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System are as follows:

  • TS EN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System Basic Training
  • Food Safety Management System Documentation Training
  • Food Safety Management System Internal Audit Training
  • FSSC 22000 Food Safety System Training
  • BRC - Food Global Standard Basic Training
  • TS 13027 Hygiene and Sanitation Training in Food Production Facilities
  • TS EN ISO 22004 Food Safety Management System, Guidelines for Implementation of ISO 22000
  • ISO 22000 Practice Training

From these trainings, BRC - Food Global Standard Basic TrainingBRC (British Retail Consortium) standard, or the new name of the Global Standard for Food Safety (Global Standard For Food Safety) is given in order to provide the necessary information about the application of food companies.

The main topics of BRC - Food Global Standard Basic Training given by the TURCERT certification body are:

  • What is the BRC System?
  • BRC System overview
  • Terms and definitions
  • HACCP system
  • HACCP plan
  • Content of the BRC technical standard
  • BRC registration and documentation system
  • Factory infrastructure standards
  • Process control
  • Product and personnel control
  • Certification conditions
  • Case studies

The BRC - Food Global Standard Basic Training is completed in two days. It is obligatory to continue these trainings in order to achieve the expected benefit. Persons participating in this training must have received the TS EN ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System Basic Training. At the end of the training, the certificate of achievement is given to the successful participants and the participant certificate is given to the others.

A large number of exemplary applications are shown during these trainings given by the experienced and specialist trainers of the TURCERT certification body. This is also possible if the company requires training to be provided in their work environment.

If more information is required on BRC - Food Global Standard Basic Training, or if this training is requested, the experienced employees of the TURCERT certification body will be there for you.