Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - Wednesday, December 5, 2018

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM each day


Registration open through 11/27/2018 10:59 PM


Course Description:

This course will provide auditors of BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7 with details of the changes to the Standard for Issue 8, as well as a review of audit protocol and BRC Global Standards expectations to ensure the effectiveness and consistency of audits against the Standard.



Learning Objectives:

  • Know the changes for Issue 8 including changes to existing clauses, new requirements and clauses for voluntary modules
  • Recognize the changes to the protocol of the Standard
  • Know how the audit should be carried out and reported consistently


Who should attend?

Certification body scheme managers, audit report reviewers, current auditors of BRC Global Standard for Food Safety Issue 7, consultants, manufacturing personnel wishing to gain a better understanding of the audit protocol.


Goranka Platisa

Goranka has over 30 years of experience in training, auditing, and consulting government and food companies on food safety & quality systems. Working with clients’ cross-departmental teams, Goranka spearheads the establishment of effective food safety management programs.

Goranka has continually helped food facilities achieve a higher rating in their Food Safety & Quality Certifications. Additionally, two different customers that Goranka consulted with were awarded “The Best use of the BRC Global Standards to drive change” at the BRC Food Safety Americas 2016 and “2017 winners of the GFSI Awards” at the GFSI conference.

Goranka is the winner of the BRC consultant of the  year award in 2018.


Course Outline


Day 1

Day 2

Nashville - Homewood Suites by Hilton, Nashville Airport

2640 Elm Hill Pike
Nashville, TN 37214

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Registration is $795.00

About Us



Food safety training is essential to meet regulatory and consumer standards. Eurofins food safety training gives you practical approaches and tools to apply in your facility. The best investments for ensuring food safety begin with the knowledge of employees.