GAP Assessments are conducted to determine the gaps in your current Food Safety / QMS system against the requirements of the standard you wish to be certified to.
This is normally conducted prior to the start of implementation to gauge the current status of system implementation. Sometimes a GAP Assessment is also conducted when a company wishes to progress from one standard e.g. GFSI Intermediate level to another standard, such as a certification standard (FSSC 22000 or BRC).
After a GAP Assessment is conducted a report will highlight where deficiencies exist and a project plan can be compiled to address the gaps in the system. Entecom provides a comprehensive GAP Assessment report with clear guidance as to how to address these gaps.
GAP Assessments are conducted to determine the gaps in your current Food Safety / QMS / OHAS / EMS System against the requirements of the standard you wish to be certified to.
GAP Assessments are often conducted prior to implementation to gauge the amount of work involved, to prepare a budget and a project plan before getting started.
GAP Assessments are also conducted when companies wish to progress from one certification standard to another and wish to determine the gaps between the current and the new standard.
We will not only highlight the deficiencies in the current system but will also provide clear guidance as to how to address the deficiencies, saving you time, money and endless hours of frustration.
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