The world is finally returning to something that resembles the old normal. However, for many auditing bodies, remote audits are still available and encouraged. BRCGS have now included Blended Audits in their latest food safety standard, Issue 9, which will go live on the 23rd of February. This poses the question, is the Hybrid approach the future of Auditing?
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