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Audits – Certification

Factory Audit (FA)

Factory audit is conducted in accordance with the internationally recognized ISO 9000 standard for quality management systems.
Our qualified auditors independently assess everything from production capacities through quality management systems to facilities for staff and working conditions. This information is necessary to determine the necessary quality manufacturer.

Social Audit (SA)

The social audit is conducted according to internationally accepted standards of SA 8000 for social responsibility.
Our qualified auditors independently assess workers’ health, safety, working hours, wages, discrimination, discipline workers and hostels (unless the manufacturer provides staff accommodation). Social audits are revealed as well as child and forced labor.

 

Laboratory testing (Testing Lab)

By category of product we will provide all relevant certificates needed for legal sale in the EU from accredited laboratories in the EU or directly in Asia.
Laboratory testing of samples can be integrated into production Inspection (ICP Dupre or PSI) and therefore have a guarantee that the test sample is directly from the production line.

Testing
CE marking indicates that the products comply with the strict EU regulations on product safety.
Not all products sold in the EU must have the CE mark. CE marking applies to products in categories ranging from electrical equipment after toys of explosives for civilian use after the medical devices. These products fall under one or more directives marking out specific requirements that a product must fulfill in order to be affixed.

 

REACH
REACH (the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) came into force on 1 June 2007 on the basis of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 1907/2006 of 18 December 2006 and applies to chemicals produced in the EU or in it imported in quantities above 1 tonne per year, which must be progressively until 2020 registered. Replaced several dozen old legislation because of him sometimes referred to as one of the most complex European directives.

 

 

Compliance Testing
RoHS (Restriction of the use of Hazardeous Substances) directive prohibiting the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic products issued by the European Commission on January 27, 2003. This directive came into force on 1 July 2006. The RoHS directive is to ban the use of hazardous substances in the manufacture of electrical and electronic devices and thereby contribute to the protection of human health and the environment.

The RoHS directive prohibits the use of these substances:
• Cadmium
• Mercury
• Lead
• Hexavalent chromium
• Polybrominated Biphenyls (PBBs)
• Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs)
Use of equipment containing these heavy metals and flame retardants (PBB, PBDE) above the specified limit the directive prohibited. The directive sets out certain exceptions for certain establishments because of the need to use banned substances in the production technology.

 

 

The structure of ISO 22000:

The requirements for good manufacturing practice

Norma just for its versatility does not address in detail the good manufacturing practice, but refers to the proven methodology, particularly concerning the technological processes of production, hygiene requirements in the production, transport and storage and control systems.

HACCP requirements

Norma takes requirements have long been used by the HACCP regulation. It is a system of preventive measures (critical control points) to ensure health safety

 

Food and food during all processes from production to sale to the final consumer, ie. the manufacture, processing, storage, handling, transportation and retail distribution. The focus is more on the prevention of biological, chemical and physical risks than the control of finished products.

System Management

Management system – it has become the norm in recent times very desirable because it introduces control procedures consistent with procedures for quality control. Manufacturer in the development of new foods has the ability to integrate technological processes internal demands on product quality requirements to ensure the safety of the product.

Perfecting and improving the system

The aim is to preserve the status corresponding to the current regulations and security policy, we want to make it grow and improve together with technological and social developments in the company that this process was automatic part of company management and company additionally burdened in terms of human and financial factor.

 

 

Other food audits

PAS 220
Management system HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points)
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) – Food Safety Systems Audit
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) – Dietary Supplements for
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)
Food Safety System Certification 22000