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SMART EXPORTS #5: VOLUNTARY CERTIFICATION AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

07 June 2017

The process of exporting is full of requirements and strictly regulated mandatory standards. However, there is a range of voluntary practices – for example, some certification and compliance with corporate social responsibility. Therefore, exporters are often faced with questions of whether to invest time and resources to meet the “optional” standards and whether it will help their business on international markets.

We’ll learn more about voluntary certification and corporate social responsibility during the fifth Smart Exports session on June 15, 2017 at 10:00 at Schastya HUB (Pankivska Str, 14).

Register at: https://goo.gl/forms/aMYK78oEekuZjRWa2. Seats are limited – hurry to sign up.

Program:
• Benefits of certification GFSI standards.
• The requirements of the international, European and Ukrainian legislation.
• The global initiative to food safety.
• The main difference between the BRC Food, IFS Food and FSSC 22000 standards certification scheme.
• What standards to choose for your business.
• Building a system of corporate sustainability: a fact-based approach

Speakers:
Uliana Litvin – lead auditor and trainer at “ISOQAR Ukraine.” About 150 audits in accordance with international standards in various industries – FSSC 22000, BRC Food, IFS Food, ISO 22000, ISO 9001, BRC Consumer Products. About 100 trainings on topics: GMP / GHP – construction program prerequisites HACCP requirements for labeling, traceability, recall/withdrawal of the product; implementation of HACCP; Standards IFS Food, FSSC 22000, BRC Food, ISO 22000, ISO 9001.

Rostislav Kurinko – consultant, specialist in corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainable development, socially responsible investing, integrated and non-financial reporting. Official trainer at Global Reporting Initiative Sustainability (GRI), a qualified CSR consultant for EBRD Business Consulting Program, a certified graduate of the UN Academy of socially responsible investing.

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