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Advanced Risk Assessment – Update

Advanced Risk Assessment UpdateLet’s start this blog post off with a few quick questions.

  • What documents do you need to carry out a detailed supplier, product and vulnerability risk assessments?
  • How long does it take you to update your risk assessment information?

I’m sure that many of you will be dealing with several documents such as; an SAQ or on-site audit document, a product specification, information on non-conformances throughout many business departments and commercial/financial information.

And all of this is without even considering the new requirements within the BRC and retailer standards regarding fraud, adulteration and substitution.

But is there any way to help reduce this workload and reduce your technical teams stress levels?

Introducing the QADEX advanced risk assessment tool, specifically built to remove all of the unnecessary stress and issues related to Risk Assessments.

Our risk assessment tools lets you auto-populate the information into your risk assessment variables from documents such as raw material specifications or self-audit questionnaires.

This module is completely customisable to your business. However, QADEX also has an advanced risk assessment template which you can use as a base, enabling you to benchmark the risk assessment currently in place and identify improvements.

If you are a multi-site business, no problem. Products can also be risk assessed at a site level and the results fed into the overall risk assessment, making risk assessments across multiple sites a lot easier to manage.

There is so much the module can do, if you would like to learn more about how the QADEX system can benefit your business then please click here to get in touch and find out more.

QADEX are also running a series of free Risk Assessment Improvement Workshops which aim to show you how the QADEX system can benefit your business. To find out more about these workshops and to book your free place, please click here.

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