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BSI is the business standards company that helps organizations all over the world make excellence a habit. For more than a century we have been challenging mediocrity and complacency to help embed excellence into the way people and products work. That means showing businesses how to improve performance, reduce risk, and achieve sustainable growth. As a global leader in helping organizations improve, our clients range from high profile brands to small, local companies in 150 countries worldwide.
BSI launches Workplace Hygiene Solution
BSI launches Workplace Hygiene Solution a suite of products and services helps organizations address the COVID-19 challenge.
Training - the key to achieve a true food safety culture
Supposing you discover a labelling error or receive a retailer or enforcement agency notification due to an undeclared allergen, and have to withdraw or recall a product to protect consumer safety. It was a mistake, right?
Business Standards that Provide Businesses with Tools to Reduce Waste and Save Energy
A set of business standards is giving food organisations the tools to reduce waste and save energy to minimise the harmful impact they could be having on the environment
How resilient are food businesses?
Richard Werran, Director of Food at BSI analyzes the latest BSI Organizational Resilience Index – and considers what it reveals about the food industry
How the food industry can survive and prosper in today’s world
Long-term prosperity in business is rare and decreasing. Not least in the food sector where organizations must continually ensure that they adapt to industry trends, and anticipate the ever-changing needs and expectations of consumers to remain successful.
Training is the key to achieving a true food safety culture
Richard Werran, EMEA Food Director, BSI comments on how resilient organizations must not treat training simply as a box-ticking exercise if they want to avoid product recalls, and achieve excellence in their food safety culture.
From Salmonella to cyber attack
By definition, doing business is a risk, however the issue for organizations is not whether to take risks, but actually how to manage and mitigate them. And in this challenge, the global food industry has much to learn.