A chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and in the industry of food processing and production, failure anywhere along the chain can trigger a huge range of consequences including product recalls and consumer deaths. A vital way of preventing this type of situation is the regular use of PJRFSI Supplier Audits, using best industry practices and the experience of the PJRFSI team to review everything from pest control and sanitation to foreign material control and record keeping.
With the flexibility that comes with years of experience, the PJRFSI team can tailor a supply audit for any client, offering a fully customized experience to gather the most comprehensive and accurate data possible.
AuditOne is a portal that simplifies, standardizes, and streamlines the process of conducting quality audits of consumer products and FMCG Non-Foods Industry. Currently companies manage their quality audit programs individually to verify that suppliers are meeting requirements for quality, formulation, which often requires multiple audits.
AuditOne has established a uniform standard for each category of consumer products, thus simplifying the audit process and increasing transparency and compliance reporting throughout the supply chain.
PJRFSI is in the process of being approved by AuditOne and its stakeholders to do quality audits of consumer products industry and FMCG Non-Food industry.
(Sedex Members Ethical Trade Audits)
The Supplier Ethical Data Exchange (Sedex) is a nonprofit membership organization that focuses on improving responsible and ethical business practices in the global supply chains. SMETA is the audit methodology created by Sedex as a standardized audit protocol that can be used to verify the ethical business practices in the global supply chains.
SMETA’s two types of audits (2-Pillar and 4-Pillar) cover a variety of criteria including labor standards, entitlement to work, and business ethics – among others. PJRFSI can offer the 2-Pillar and 4-Pillar audits to any company (food and non-food) that requires verification of their labor standards, business ethics health and safety practices.