Principles of Internal Auditing

Principles of Internal Auditing
DATE: June 7, 2017
Fee: $695.00 + HST
Physical Address:  173 Bernie MacDonald Drive, Bible Hill
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Registration Deadline: May 23, 2017

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The HACCP audit is a systematic approach to determine whether your food safety systems are implemented as written, to validate the scientific aspects of the original plan and to verify that the food safety plan continues to be effective.  Audit failure often occurs due to a lack of formal, properly documented internal system audits, which are required under federal, provincial and other certification protocols.    Learn how to internally audit your entire food safety system effectively in preparation for a government audit or third-party certification audit and also to ensure the long-term success of your food safety system.

At the end of the program, you will be able to:

 

  • Distinguish between inspection, audit and verification activities
  • Discuss the role of internal auditing in maintaining and improvingthe food safety system
  • Apply techniques in planning, conducting and writing internal audit reports
  • Use objective evidence to identify conformance and assess (rank) non-conformance
  • Manage the corrective and preventive action process for continual improvement

Trainer: Wendy Harvie, Perennia

Please note all courses are taught by NSF International certified instructors and are offered in partnership with NSF Training & Education Services.

A light lunch will be provided.

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Questions? Please contact Wendy Harvie at (902) 678-7722, EXT 228 or wharvie@perennia.ca