Global standard for consumer products

 
9780117064539: Global standard for consumer products
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"The BRC Global Standard for Consumer Products Issue 3" is a new BRC Global Standard, replacing "Consumer Products 2 and 2a". There are substantial revisions and updates to the content of "Consumer Products 3" to take into account the increasingly complex and prescriptive safety requirements in the global consumer products market. The scope of "Consumer Products, Issue 3" covers a wide range of non-food products in the global marketplace; including formulated products such as shampoos, paints and cosmetics, fabricated items like televisions and toys, electrical goods., furniture and textiles. Content revisions include the re-definition of consumer products into three, more clearly specified Product Groups, depending on the level of potential risk attributable to the product. The Standard also outlines an amended frequency of audits, including an audit visit every year following certification. New content includes the introduction of a grading system, defined by the number and severity of non conformities found. 'Fundamental' clauses have been added for the most important safety issues. Failure to meet a fundamental clause may result in failure to obtain certification or suspension of an existing certificate. "The BRC Global Standard for Consumer Products Issue 3" is the first publication to result from the partnership between the BRC and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) in Washington. RILA promotes consumer choice and economic freedom through public policy and industry operational excellence. Its members include retailers, product manufacturers, and service suppliers - which together provide millions of jobs and operate more than 100,000 stores, manufacturing facilities and distribution centers domestically and abroad. It is a requirement that all suppliers undergoing a BRC Consumer Products audit have an official, authorised copy of this Standard. This title features: a how to get started section that covers everything you need to know to achieve BRC certification; and, New Standard for Consumer Products. In partnership with RILA (Retail Industry Leaders Association) Washington USA, this title also features: redefinition of products into 3 clear groups; a new grading system for certificated sites; revised frequency of audits; inclusion of 'Fundamentals' for the most important issues; enhancement of the section on product conformity measures; information to help with gaining certification; and, improved layout - product groups shaded differently for clarity.

From the Publisher:

Issue 3 of the BRC's "Global standard for consumer products" replaces issues 2 and 2a. There are substantial revisions and updates to the content to take into account the increasingly complex and prescriptive safety requirements in the global consumer products market. The standard covers a wide range of non-food products in the global marketplace, including: formulated products such as shampoos, paints and cosmetics; fabricated items like televisions and toys; electrical goods; furniture and textiles. Content revisions include the re-definition of consumer products into three, more clearly specified Product Groups, depending on the level of potential risk attributable to the product. The Standard also outlines an amended frequency of audits, including an audit visit every year following certification. New content includes the introduction of a grading system, defined by the number and severity of non conformities found. 'Fundamental' clauses have been added for the most important safety issues. Failure to meet a fundamental clause may result in failure to obtain certification or suspension of an existing certificate. The BRC Global Standard for Consumer Products Issue 3 is the first publication to result from the partnership between the BRC and the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) in Washington. RILA promotes consumer choice and economic freedom through public policy and industry operational excellence. Its members include retailers, product manufacturers, and service suppliers - which together provide millions of jobs and operate more than 100,000 stores, manufacturing facilities and distribution centers domestically and abroad.

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