Understanding the risk of product fraud within your industry and business is important but only the first step. How do you then transfer your theoretical knowledge into practice? IFS has written a practical guideline to give you support for developing a vulnerability assessment – how to score the associated risks for your products & suppliers – and subsequently set up a mitigation plan. This enables you to focus your resources, such as laboratory sampling plans and monitoring schedules, and to actively mitigate potential product fraud risks. The guideline is now in its second version and has an enhanced information flow, a new “step -by-step“ process description and more examples of product fraud vulnerability assessments and mitigation plans.
You can download the IFS Product Fraud Guideline here.