For a robust GFSI certification program, you've got to record non-conformance data. Why not put this data to work for you? Not only can root cause analysis of your non-conformances reveal the right corrective actions to take, but it can also help you define preventative actions (CAPA) to solve problems permanently. A strong CAPA is one of your best defenses against supply chain risk.
There are many channels to spot non-conformances like customer complaints, audits, regulatory notifications, product returns, and even casual observation.
Join 2019 BRCGS Auditor of the Year, Nadia Narine, for insider tips on how to identify and solve non-conformances to improve future GFSI audit scores and minimize risk.
During this webinar, you’ll discover:
What a non-conformance is as it relates to GFSI.
Common non-conformance pitfalls for BRC SQF.
Requirements for conducting a root cause analysis .
How to determine corrective and preventive actions (CAPA).