PAS 96:2008

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Defending Food and Drink.

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Defending Food and Drink.

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Guidance for the deterrence, detection and defeat of ideologically motivated and other forms of malicious attack on food and drink and their supply arrangements - buy your copy today!PAS 96 provides broad guidelines to industry operators which should help them assess and reduce the risk to their businesses and to mitigate the consequences of an attack. Be it an attack on food or drink, or the supply chain.

The food and drink industry in the UK - the food sector of the national infrastructure - could be under threat from ideologically motivated groups. The threat extends from criminals who use extortion and from individuals with a grudge. It is different in nature from the (natural) hazards which the industry is well versed in handling. The threat is unlikely to decline in the foreseeable future. This is where this PAS can help you.

PAS 96 assumes that managers are aware of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), crisis management and business continuity management principles and have effective procedures in place.

It is expected that most executives will build the provisions of PAS 96 into these existing protocols. PAS 96 recommends a team approach, as that is typically the best way of bringing relevant expertise together. However it is recognised that for many, particularly small enterprises, this may have to be a team of one person.
PAS 96 is written in a UK context and invites operators to view the guidelines in the context of the legislative requirements of the UK. It does not consider application internationally, but operations may find some of the approaches helpful and are welcome to make whatever use they feel appropriate.
Key Features and Benefits:
  • Provides broad guidelines to industry operators to help them assess and reduce risk to their businesses and to mitigate the consequences of an attack on food or drink, or the supply chain. Helping organisations protect themselves and their customers.
  • Written in concert with the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), adding to the weight of the authority of the material in the PAS.
  • Designed to work with ISO22000, providing a best practice framework for food safety.
Publisher: BSI
ISBN 10: 0580619907
ISBN 13: 9780580619908
Pages: 32
Format: Softcover
Published Date: 31 March 2008
Availability: In Stock

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PAS 96:2008

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