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ISO 21469 ACCREDITATION GIVES FOOD MANUFACTURERS PEACE OF MIND ON AUDIT TRAIL

Leading food-grade lubricants manufacturer ROCOL has made it even easier for food, drink and clean industry manufacturers using FOODLUBE® to pass retailer, EFSIS and BRC audits by becoming the UK’s first ISO 21469:2006 certified lubricants producer.

The globally recognised ISO 21469:2006 certification ticks an important box for auditors as it provides credible, independent assurance that all ROCOL products are formulated, manufactured and supplied hygienically and safely. For any food and drink manufacturer using FOODLUBE lubricants, especially those reliant on leading retailers through long-term contracts, this provides a vital first step towards conforming with major supermarket, European Food Safety Inspection Service and British Retail Consortium audit requirements.

Products in the FOODLUBE range are already NSF-H1 registered, which specifies the hygiene requirements for the formulation, use and handling of lubricants that may incidentally come into contact with products during manufacture.

ISO 21469:2006 builds on the product-specific NSF-H1 standard to represent another important layer of safety approval. It means that products are manufactured to stringent recipe a...

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1 comment | 7th March 2012, 18:29:53 | Posted by Anonymous

SIGNED BSB SHIRT COMPETITION

HOW TO ENTER:

Entrants must like and share on Facebook or Twitter. This process will provide ROCOL with the username of the entrant. Website entrants must enter details into the form and submit.

All entries received by 30 June 2013 (the competition closing date) will be considered. ROCOL is not obligated to honour any claim made after this date although it reserves the right to do so at its discretion.

Entries are limited to one (1) entry per person. Any attempt by any entrant to obtain more than the permitted number of entries by using multiple and/or different identities, email addresses, forms, registrations, addresses or any other method will void that entrant’s entries. Multiple entrants are not permitted to share the same email address. Use of automated entries or programs is also prohibited.

Winning a prize is contingent on fulfilling all requirements set out in these terms and conditions. Promoter reserves the right to verify the eligibility of each entrant.

Entries will be attributed to the authorised account holder of the social media account used during entry or notified via the email address submitted. Winning entrants may be required to provide the Promot...

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| 27th March 2011, 14:33:02 | Posted by Jamie Linford