Validation is necessary to implement, sustain and certify food safety programs. BRS assesses and validates the control points
necessary to contemporary programs within its respective regulatory framework. These address HACCP (controls for non-intentional harm) as well as HARPC (Preventive Controls, 21
CFR 117). For validation, organizations have the following options:
- Self Validation
- Contracting Regulators
- Third Party Independent
BRS is an accredited third party independent. Accreditation is governmental tripartite from California USA.
BRS field experience in HACCP derives since the early 1990's, having trained professionals in food safety across America, Europe and Asia Pacific.
Through Validation we assess critical and quality control points through the processes in accordance with the current regulatory framework. BRS independent and objective Validation understand
the challenges that organizations face in contracting GFSI members and recognized program such as IFS, BRC, SQF, FSSC 22000 and others specific to world regions. Regardless Validation
is in accordance to 21 CFR 110, 21 CFR 117, 21 CFR 120 and other codes bound by FSMA (Food Safety Modernization Act 2011) of regulations equivalent to other countries and world regions.
BRS assessors are exclusive and proficient to assess controls for non-intentional harm as well as intentional harm.
BRS is based in Southern California USA in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains.