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Training - IFS HPC Risk Assessment

This IFS course helps you to implement the requirements for the implementation of a risk assessment in the sense of the IFS HPC. A special focus is on the second chapter of the HPC standard.

Program content

  • The IFS HPC requirements for risk management with a focus on hazard analysis and risk assessment
  • Case studies from the IFS HPC product areas on the subject of risk management
  • IFS rating system


Presentations, discussions, case study processing

Your benefit

  • You will get to know the IFS HPC requirements for risk management.
  • They know possible methods / procedures for fulfilling the IFS requirements in the area of ​​hazard analysis and risk assessment.
  • You will get to know the IFS HPC evaluation scheme and its application.
  • You can assess the status of your risk management in relation to the IFS HPC requirements.
DQS CFS GmbH is a certified training partner of the IFS Academy. After completing the course, all participants will receive an IFS certificate of attendance.

target group

Interested parties from the manufacturing industry in particular manufacturers of own brands (retailer branded products) from the areas

  • Cosmetics / scope 1 see standard in English
  • Chemical household products / scope 2
  • Food contact materials / scope 3
  • Hygiene article / scope 4
  • Quality manager / Q-officer risk manager / HACCP, laboratory manager, head of R&D


The training is led by Dr. Frauke Heinemann.

Certificate of participation: Yes

DQS CFS GmbH, August-Schanz-Str. 13A, 60433 Frankfurt am Main (directions)

10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

TheParticipation fee is 595, - Euro per person plus VAT. The price includes work documents, food & drinks and a certificate of attendance.


  • Definitions according to the standard
  • Risk assessment according to chapter 2 of the standard:
    • Requirements for the documentation and control of records
    • Good Manufacturing Practice (GHP)
    • Hazard analysis and risk assessment
    • Example of risk assessment methods
  • Case studies on risk assessment and GHPs

daily routine

9.30 a.m.Welcome coffee (optional)
10.00 a.m.Opening and greeting
10.15 a.m.IFS HPC v2: Risk Assessment
11.15 a.m.Communication break
11.30 a.m.IFS HPC v2: Risk Assessment (continued)
12:30 pmGroup lunch

Be our guest!

1:30 p.m.IFS HPC v2: Risk Assessment (continued)
3:45 p.m.Communication break
4:15 p.m.IFS HPC v2: Risk Assessment (continued)
5:45 p.m.Final discussion. Summary of the day.

* The group work is carried out alternately with the presentation.

The event ends at around 6 p.m.

Fit for IFS audits: DQS is a training partner of the IFS Academy

Good preparation is half certification. In order to be able to support companies in preparing for an IFS audit, the IFS has named DQS CFS GmbH as a training partner. We are pleased to be able to offer you IFS training courses for the food, packaging and HPC industries with immediate effect.

The aim of the IFS Academy is to provide first-hand knowledge and valuable information on the application and understanding of the IFS standards. For this, the IFS now relies on the DQS trainers, who, thanks to their many years of experience as auditors, know exactly where there are sometimes problems when implementing the IFS standards.

The partnership with the IFS Academy covers the entire range of IFS standards.

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