The subsidiary of the red24 group said the service is available for £60/$100 per facility, and will help food and drink manufacturers see how production processes compare to industry standards.
The tool has 110 multiple-choice questions, including the extent of crisis management training provided to staff and how robust a company’s product recall plan is.
Once the form is completed, a report is e-mailed to the firm, which helps to identify how vulnerable it is to a product recall incident.
The advantage is that it can help organisations to identify gaps in their risk preparations and within their supply chain network, said the firm.
It is available to companies who sign up to red24assist on the website.