Compliance with legal requirements and reduction of waste for the food, beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical and non-food industries.
Principles of Due Diligence
This white paper explains the concept and principles of due diligence. It firstly identifies its importance in terms of providing a basis for a legal defence against potential litigation arising from complaints about contamination found in food products. It then goes on to detail the thought processes behind making the right selection of a product quality inspection system to meet these needs.
The white paper can be used as a checklist to evaluate the various metal detectors and x-ray inspection systems on the market. If a quality inspection system under consideration does not include some or all of the features identified, then it is likely to indicate a weakness in its ability to support a full due diligence defence.
Furthermore, selecting a product quality inspection system which has been designed with due diligence in mind will provide the highest levels of consumer and brand protection.
This new white paper looks at:
- What is Due Diligence and Duty of Care
- Different Food safety frameworks such as HACCP and GFSI
- Risks of physical contamination
- The 16 Critical product inspection concerns and their solutions
- The Components of a failsafe inspection programme which will ensure due diligence
Download the full white paper to learn more about protecting your business
Governments, retailers and consumers are increasingly aware of the issues of food safety and updates to regulations, such as BRC Global Standards Version 7 and the latest FSMA, constantly being revised and updated. You need to understand any new guidelines and take active steps to ensure that your product quality inspection systems are compliant in every way. This is vital to consumer wellbeing, protection of your brand and growing your business opportunity in lucrative markets.