The COVID-19 virus is changing the way we live and do business, but it does not change the fact that food and beverage producers still need to maintain their food safety certifications to sell to their customers — and make sure their suppliers are doing the same. In fact, the public's ability to trust food safety is more important than ever before due to constraints in our healthcare system.

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This paper explains how food and beverage companies can quickly and easily implement a remote audit program to help protect business during (and after) this uncertain time. Food safety audit experts from Eurofins and SafetyChain share best practices and provide a complete strategy to help get your remote audit plan in place quickly and effectively, including: 

  • The critical steps your remote audit process must include
  • Helpful requirements lists and questionnaires to get you up-and-running quickly
  • Preparations that will ensure your remote audits run smoothly
  • Tips for working with auditors, suppliers, & certification bodies remotely

Gain Insights From:

Brian Neal, Eurofins

Brian Neal

Technical Manager, Eurofins

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Shamonique Schrick

Shamonique Schrick

FSQA Solutions Architect, SafetyChain

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