25 Attend Halal Audit Training Programme

| 15/11/2007 | 2 Replies

 

By Jon Tampoi

Bandar Seri
Begawan –
A halal audit training programme is being conducted
“to further strengthen the credibility of Brunei Darussalam halal
certification”, the Agriculture Department said in a press release
yesterday.

The four-day course is seeking to
enhance the capability of halal auditors in accordance with the
international standard ISO 19011, it added.

The course is being conducted by a
consultant from Bureau Veritas International, which is carrying out
inspection and certollication related to quality, health, social
responsibility, safety, environment and halal quality standard.

Twenty five participants from the
Agriculture Department, Religious Council, State Mufti’s Office,
Syariah Affairs Department, Department of Health Services, Fisheries
Department and National Accreditation and Standard Centre
Twenty five participants from the
Agriculture Department, Religious Council, State Mufti’s Office,
Syariah Affairs Department, Department of Health Services, Fisheries
Department and National Accreditation and Standard Centre
are
attending the course.

The course aims to enable the
participants to understand the importance of auditing support and
halal certification in Brunei Darussalam, to know the effective
halal auditing procedure and process, to understand the criterias
and attributes of an auditor, to gain knowledge and ability to
establish halal monitoring and verification activities and to
provide audit skills, train and register halal auditors under the
Religious Council.

Participants will be able to
conduct audit and compliance check governing Brunei Darussalam
Standard for halal food PBD 24:2007, Halal Meat Act and Rules, Halal
Labels Certificates and Halal Label Order 2005 and Brunei Darussalam
Certification Guideline for a Halal Certifictae and Halal Label (BCG
Halal 1, 2, 3 and 4).

Some of the topics are the halal
auditing system, document review, audit programme, audit check list
and audit report formats for halal.

A live halal audit will be
conducted in a food processing factory in the BruneiMuara district.

The course will be a continuous
programme to support halal certification procedure in Brunei
Darussalam and the Brunei Halal Brand, initiated by MIPR with the
cooperation of the Brunei Islamic Religious Council, Ministry of
Religious Affairs and the Ministry of Health.

The Brunei Halal Brand is in line
with Brunei’s efforts in developing a diversified, competitive and
sustainable economy away from oil and gas. 

Category: Asia, Halal Integrity

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  1. hifsa says:

    is there any training course in malaysia

  2. salama says:

    We have forwarded your query to IHI Alliance to update you on their training courses.

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