Montreal, Canada, September 05, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- PECB has entered into a partnership agreement with NSF-GFTC which will broaden the reach of their food safety training courses. The partnership will ensure a high quality experience for all those who attend NSF-GFTC.
“Partnering with NSF-GFTC will give us a unique opportunity to assure that our customers acquire the experience to help them better prepare for the future,” said Eric Lachapelle, CEO of PECB. “Our goal for this partnership is to help customers apply the training skills they are learning in courses to solve real-world issues and ultimately show them how their training courses directly relate to their career interests and aspirations. We want professionals to be able to answer all questions,” added Lachapelle.
“We are very pleased to enter into this partnership with PECB. Our two organizations share a common goal to provide quality training and with this expansion our accredited courses will reach more clients and enable us to continue to expand our suite of course offerings,” said Petra Schennach, Global Managing Director, Training and Education with NSF International.
PECB has been serving clients all around the world by offering a wide variety of professional certifications for international standards, including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO/IEC 20000, ISO/IEC 27001, ISO/IEC 27005, ISO 22301, ISO 26000, ISO 22000, OHSAS 18001, ISO 28000, ISO 50001, Certified Lead Forensics Examiner, etc. PECB works closely with business clients to comprehend their strategies and goals for a customized approach to greater professional well-being.
Our mission is to provide our clients comprehensive examination and certification services for individuals. Certification represents the intersection of protection of the public, fairness to candidates, and often, various interests of the profession. Although these may appear to be competing interests, a well-designed certification program will be most effective in meeting these interests when its resources are deployed to enhance validity and reliability. The guidance that follows in our Quality Manual is intended to ensure that PECB develops, maintains and improves a high quality recognized certification program. For further information regarding PECB principal objectives and activities, visit www.pecb.com.
About NSF-GFTC/NSF International
The NSF Global Food Division, which now includes NSF-GFTC, provides expertise and accredited services across all supply chain sectors, from agriculture, produce, processing, distribution, retail and restaurants. NSF is the leading certifier to Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) in North America (certifying to SQF, BRC, GLOBALG.A.P., FSSC 22000, IFS, BAP and CanadaGAP) and offers expert auditing, consulting, training and technical services, including packaging, food labeling, HACCP validation and inspection, organic food certification through Quality Assurance International (QAI), and specialty food verification and certification. NSF is also the leading certifier of foodservice equipment, nonfood compounds and bottled water/beverages. For further information regarding NSF-GFTC, visit www.gftc.ca.