BRCGS has recently announced that remote audits can now be used at sites which face continued access restrictions due to COVID-19. This means that approved certification bodies including Lloyd’s Register can now conduct audits remotely on any site due an audit, on a site with an existing certificate extension, or one with a certificate which expired during 2020.
In this webinar, experts from BRCGS and Lloyd’s Register discuss the reasons why remote audits are now acceptable, which standards can be audited in this way, what the options are for different businesses and how the technology works in practice.
- Why and when remote is now an option for your audit
- The remote audit framework
- Which businesses are eligible to take part
- How sites can benefit from remote delivery capability
- The history and benefits of remote audits
- Remote vs onsite audits
- Technology used and examples to date
- John Figgins, Senior Technical Manager for Food, BRCGS
- Stephen Sanderson, Head of Agriculture, LR
- Cheryl Stevens, Strategic Account Manager, LR