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Infographic: Top 2017 Food Stories SGS Digicomply summarizes the main stories from the food industry from the past 12 months. Find out more. 15 Feb 2018 Feature Articles
SGS Launches New ISO/FDIS 45001:2018 Training Courses SGS launched two training courses to help participants understand the new ISO/FDIS 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management System standard. 13 Feb 2018 Business News
New HSC Leather Workshop Launched Learn how to apply the chemical flow management methodology and toolkit to assess chemical risk at each stage of leather production. 07 Feb 2018 Business News
ISO 45001 UPDATE: Final Publication of ISO 45001:2018 Issued Expected on March 18, 2018, the final publication of ISO 45001:2018 is planned to replace OHSAS 18001:2007. 05 Feb 2018 Business News
The European Energy Directive, Brexit And Voluntary Schemes SGS set to use EC approved voluntary schemes to help UK organisations with the EURED. 01 Feb 2018 Business News
SGS Signs 3 Year Contract Agreement with Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd SGS wins CHF 1.4 million contract win with Burnley-based Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd (PIH), the world’s leading field joint coating (FJC) services provider. 31 Jan 2018 Business News
What’s New in FSSC 22000 Version 4.1? The FSSC Foundation's enormously successful food safety standard, FSSC 22000, is being updated. Discover the main changes. 31 Jan 2018 Feature Articles
Defending the Food Supply Chain Crime and terrorism – not the first words to spring to mind when one thinks about the food supply chain, but the concept of food defense, to protect against malicious acts, is becoming increasingly important. 30 Jan 2018 Feature Articles
ISO 22301 Certification Helps DGF Resume Operations After Hurricane Maria Compliance with ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management enabled DHL Global Forwarding to bring vital supplies to Puerto Rico in a timely manner. 25 Jan 2018 Business News
From Laundry to Plate Revisited In the textile world, micro plastics are liberated during laundering when fibres, fibre particles, sequins, glitter and other decorative plastic materials are removed from the item and “washed away” down the drain. Find out how these particles can end up in the food chain. 22 Jan 2018 Feature Articles