BRC Consumer Product CP3 Certification

Overview

Certifications to British Retail Consortium (BRC) standards help an organization consistently produce safer, market-approved consumer products to the quality required by its customers or demanded by consumers.

Definition

UL is licensed by The British Retail Consortium to certify an organization’s management system for the design, production, packaging and storage of consumer products ranging from general merchandise to health and beauty aids. UL offers BRC Consumer Product CP3 Certification across multiple scopes and categories including, but not limited to textile products, wooden products, chemical products, rubber and plastic products, metal products, and electrical products.

Benefits

UL and The British Retail Consortium share similar core values, which are to assist organizations to consistently produce safer, market-approved consumer products to the quality required by its customers or demanded by consumers. UL’s BRC Consumer Product Certification also helps mitigate supply chain risk, promote product and consumer safety, and help protect brand reputation.

Certifications to British Retail Consortium standards provide essential information that enables brand managers, compliance officers and quality assurance specialists to make informed decisions to improve their quality system, directly impacting brand credibility and product marketability.

Successfully earning a UL BRC certification rewards an organization with numerous valuable deliverables such as a certificate of conformity, access to The BRC Global Standards Directory, Corrective Action Tracking, a final report and a BRC Grade.


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