Exploring Key Changes in Version 2 of IFS Cash and Carry
Join our live webinar to learn more about IFS Cash and Carry/Wholesale certification and the key changes in version 2 of the standard.
May 31, 2017
May 31, 2017
The objective of this webinar (45-minute presentation/15-minute Q&A) is to highlight the changes between IFS Cash and Carry/Wholesale Version 1 and the new IFS Cash and Carry/Wholesale.
- Main changes between Version 1 and Version 2
- New Scopes covered in Version 2
- Introduction of “Classic” and “Plus” module
The IFS started the review process of IFS Cash & Carry/Wholesale Version 1 in 2014, four years after its publication in February 2010. The objective was to review the requirements and align the audit protocol with other standards published by the IFS, such as IFS Food and IFS Logistics and Broker.
During the review process, the requirements have been reviewed and aligned with IFS Food Version 6 to ensure a common approach across all IFS standards. Furthermore, the scoring system and recertification due dates have been aligned with all other standards of IFS. Based on the feedback from the market, the scope has also been reviewed to enable fruit and vegetable packing stations, as well as egg packing stations, to enter the IFS Cash & Carry scheme as IFS Food is deemed to be slightly oversized for these kind of simple packaging companies.
Joachim Schulz – SGS Global Product Manager IFS
Joachim Schulz studied food chemistry in Bonn (Germany) with a focus on production and distribution of food. In 2004 he finished his studies with second class degree in food chemistry. After compulsory community service, he started working as a consultant for food safety and implementation of FSMS and within a short time he gained experience with IFS implementation. In 2005 he took over the role as quality manager at a spice company and implementation of IFS Food as a quality standard. He then qualified as an IFS auditor in 2008 and joined a certification body as technical manager for food safety certification. Within this role he started working with GFSI and IFS scheme owners as member of a technical working group. Starting in 2015 he moved to SGS as Global Product Manager for IFS, as part of this role he was also member of the IFS Cash & Carry review group.
This webinar is aimed at quality managers of cash & carry, wholesale and fruit/vegetable packaging facilities that are already certified or companies looking for an appropriate Food Safety Management System standard.
Cost: No Charge
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017
4:00 pm Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam (European Summer Time)
3:00 pm London (GMT Summer Time)
10:00 am New York (Eastern Standard Time)
7:00 am San Francisco (Pacific Daylight Time)
For more information, please contact:
Global Food Marketing Manager
t: +1 973 461 1498