This is what BRCGS says about a BRCGS Consultant, “Consultants are a link between BRCGS and manufacturing sites, and they have the skills, knowledge and expertise to help you achieve and maintain your certification.”
To become a BRCGS Consultant BRCGS have the following criteria:
- Rigorous background checks to ensure they have the right skills and knowledge.
- The completion of BRCGS training on requirements and auditing.
- Education to degree level in the relevant sector of the Global Standard.
- A minimum of five years’ sector experience.
These skills separate a BRCGS Consultant from a consultant that works on BRCGS standards; only a BRCGS Consultant is recognised as an expert by the scheme owner.
If your company would benefit from BRCGS consultancy then work with a BRCGS Consultant. If the consultant isn’t on this Consultant database they aren’t approved by BRCGS.
Ian Trevor has been Managing Director of Food Fix for 16 years, and a BRCGS Consultant for 6 years. Ian provides BRCGS support for the Food, Storage and Distribution and Agents and Brokers standards. If you have a BRCGS related question get in touch.