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Bureau of

Standards Jamaica

Quarterly Training Schedule

July - September 2015

(Kingston)

The mission of the BSJ Training unit is to promote a culture of quality within the Jamaican society, by providing high and efficient quality training in various Management systems, which will impact continual improvement for our external and internal customers.

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Course Description

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10 July

Good Manufacturing Practices

Participants will be exposed to information on food safety requirements. LEVEL – INTRODUCTORY  Executives & Senior Managers  HACCP Coordinator  Sanitation specialists  Line staff Kingston - 1 day $10, 000 (per person) 13 – 17 July

Certified Lead Auditor for ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System

This five-day intensive course enables participants to develop the necessary expertise to audit a Food Safety Management System (FSMS) and to manage a team of auditors by applying widely recognized audit principles, procedures and

 Internal auditors and Expert advisors in food safety

 Auditors wanting to perform and lead Food Safety Management System (FSMS) certification audits Kingston - 5 days $100, 000 (per person)

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techniques. Participants will be exposed to information on how:

 To acquire the expertise to perform an ISO 22000 internal audit following ISO 19011 guidelines

 To acquire the expertise to perform an ISO 22000 certification audit following ISO 19011 guidelines and ISO 17021 specifications

 To acquire the necessary expertise to manage a FSMS audit team

 To understand the operation of a complying ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System

 To understand the relationship between a Food Safety Management System, including controls and compliance with the requirements of different organization’s stakeholders

 To improve the ability to analyze the internal and external environment of an organization, risk assessment and audit decision-making in the context of a FSMS

LEVEL – ADVANCED

Prerequisite: HACCP General Awareness or working knowledge in food safety management

 Project managers or consultants wanting to master the Food Safety Management System audit process

 Persons

responsible for the Food safety

conformity in an organization

 Members of a food safety team

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21 – 22 July

Level 1 – Project Management

This course will looks at the different projects and knowledge areas within the project management discipline. Developing a project scope statement and high level WBS. Identifying risks and determining project quality. Working with selected tools and templates to create a work breakdown structure WBS

LEVEL – INTERMEDIATE

 Anyone who has an interest in project management,

 Persons working on projects as team members

 Persons who have the responsibility for managing or reporting on projects. Kingston (2 days) $25,000 (per person) 27 July

ISO 9001:2015 Transition - Quality Management Systems

This course enables participants to acquire the necessary knowledge to support an organization in their process of transitioning to ISO 9001:2015.

Participants will learn about the different components of the standard such as;

 How to plan and implement the transition to the new version of the standard.

 Understand the implementation of a Quality Management System in accordance with ISO 9001:2015

 Senior management  Persons responsible for the QMS transition and meeting new requirements in their organization  Persons considering implementing a new quality management system  ISO 9001 auditors and quality practitioners  Trainers and consultants  Operations personnel  Management Representatives $15,000 (per person) 30 – 31

Documentation and Process Mapping

Participants will be able to:

 Executives and Senior Managers

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July  identify the required processes and their interactions within the management system

 understand the importance of

record keeping and

documentation

 understand the impact of non- conforming products on customers’ satisfaction

 Develop methods to mitigate the occurrence of non- conformances

LEVEL – INTERMEDIATE

Prerequisite: Participants should have basic knowledge of ISO 9001: 2008 standard  Management representatives  Quality professionals  Internal and external auditors (2 days) (per person) 13 August ISO 14001:2015 Transition - Environmental Management Systems

This course enables participants to acquire the necessary knowledge to support an organization in their process of transitioning to ISO 14001:2015.

Participants will learn about the different components of the standard such as;

 How to plan and implement the transition to the new version of the standard.

 Understand the implementation of an Environmental Management System in accordance with ISO 14001:2015

 Senior management

 Persons responsible for the EMS

transition and meeting new requirements in their organization  Persons considering implementing a new environmental management system  ISO 14001 auditors and quality practitioners  Trainers and consultants  Operations personnel  Management Representatives $15,000 (per person)

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17 – 18 August

Calibration for Food Service Industry

This two day seminar is for individuals to understand the requirements for calibration certificates that conform to ISO/IEC 17025 general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories.

 Understand the requirements of applicable regulations and standards and their implications for measurement calibration.

 Become familiar with terminology in measurements and calibration and their relation to process management.

LEVEL – INTERMEDIATE

 Personnel from the process foods industry  Personnel from industries utilizing measurements to monitor process and product quality

 Personnel in charge of handling the control of measuring,

inspection and test equipment  Quality Managers, Quality control personnel  Engineers and technician Kingston ( 2 days) $20,000 (per person) 19 – 21 August

HACCP General Awareness (inclusive of Food Safety Modernization Act ( US FSMA)

To provide the participants with an understanding of:

 HACCP Prerequisite Programmes

 How to develop a HACCP Plan

 The tools required for

implementation and

maintenance of HACCP Systems

LEVEL – ADVANCE

Prerequisite: Participants should have knowledge of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).  Executives and Senior Managers  HACCP coordinators  Sanitation specialists Kingston - 3 days $30, 000 (per person)

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24 - 28 August

Certified OHSAS 18001:2007 Lead Auditor

This five-day intensive course enables participants to develop the necessary expertise to audit an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) and to manage a team of auditors by applying widely recognized audit principles, procedures and techniques. Participants will be exposed to information on how:

 To acquire the expertise to perform an OHSAS 18001 internal audit following ISO 19011 guidelines

 To acquire the expertise to perform an OHSAS 18001 certification audit following ISO 19011 guidelines and the specifications of ISO 17021

 To acquire the expertise necessary to manage an OHSMS audit team

 To understand the operation of an OHSAS 18001 conformant OHSMS

 To understand the relationship between an OHSMS, including hazard assessment & management, controls and compliance with the requirements of different

stakeholders of the organization

LEVEL – ADVANCED

 Internal auditors and expert advisors in Health & Safety

 Auditors wanting to perform and lead Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) certification audits  Project managers or consultants wanting to master the OHSMS audit process

 Persons

responsible for the Occupational Health and Safety or conformity in an organization Experts wanting to prepare for an Occupational Health and Safety audit function Kingston - 5 days $100,000 (per person)

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Pre-requisite: OHSAS 18001 Foundation Certification or basic knowledge of OHSAS 18001 is recommended

31 August – 1 September

Root Cause Analysis: Documenting and Closing out Non-conformances

Participants will be equipped with the knowledge and understanding to:

 define and identify non- conformances

 identify the root causes of non- conformances

 conduct an analysis which reviews the impact of the cause on customers satisfaction

 develop methods to mitigate the cause from re-occurring

LEVEL – INTERMIDATE

Prerequisite: Participants should have a basic knowledge of ISO 9001: 2008 standard  Executives and Senior Managers  Quality Managers  Management Representatives  Quality professionals  Internal and External Auditors Kingston -2 days $20, 000 (per person) 14 – 15 September

HACCP Internal Auditing

This two days workshop will provide the participants with an understanding of HACCP system and the general auditing requirements and process.

 To provide a training program which fulfills the training needs

 Executives and Senior Managers  HACCP coordinators  Members of the Audit Team Kingston (2 days) $25,000 (per person)

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for individuals required to assist in the development and maintenance of a robust Food Safe Hazard Analysis Critical Control (HACCP) System.

 To provide training in the principles, concepts and requirements of auditing of a Management System.

LEVEL – INTERMEDIATE

Participants should have some knowledge of GMPs and HACCP

 Sanitation specialists

 Line staff

21 - 22 September

Certified ISO 22301 Foundation- Business Continuity Training

This course enables the participants to learn about the best practices for implementing and managing a Business

Continuity Management System (BCMS) as specified in ISO 22301:2010. Course content allows participants:

 To Understand the

implementation of a BCMS in accordance with ISO 22301, ISO 27031 or BS 25999

 To Understand the relationship between a BCMS, including risk management, controls and compliance with the requirements of different stakeholders of the organization

 To know the concepts, approaches, standards, methods and techniques

allowing to effectively manage a BCMS  Members of an business continuity team  IT Professionals wanting to gain a comprehensive knowledge of the main processes of a BCMS  Staff involved in the implementation of the ISO 22301 standard  Auditors and technicians involved in operations related to a BCMS Kingston (2 days) $30, 000 (per person)

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LEVEL – INTRODUCTORY

14 Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

The course fee covers the following:

 Training materials

 Coffee break and Lunch (provisions are made for persons with special dietary needs) To register for these courses contact:

Ms. Marcia Wright or Ms. Michelle Taylor Training Unit

Bureau of Standards Jamaica 6 Winchester Road

Kingston 10

Tel: 632-4275 or 618-5769

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