Our years of experience assisting companies with Management Systems Implementation have resulted in a very effective method of implementation using a Team Approach.
As we explain this method, think about how big your organization is; for smaller organizations we have used "teams" as small as one or two people. For larger organizations, teams are typically 5 to 7 people.
We recommend using several teams:
By using the team approach for implementation appropriate individuals from all parts of the organization are involved in the project, leading to an effective and efficient Food Safety Management System.
This implementation approach is detailed fully in our All in One Package, which we recommend for preparing your project plan, managing your implementation project and training your implementation teams.
We use one Team to lead the project, and call this the FSSC Steering Team. The function of the team is very important. This team will:
Learn more! Train your FSSC Steering Team on the requirements for FSSC 22000. Register team members for online training:
Introduction to FSSC 22000 This online training session teaches you the requirements of ISO 22000. Available on-demand, 1 1/2 hours long. certificate of completion provided.
FSSC 22000 Prerequisite programs This online training session teaches you the prerequisite program requirements for your industry (Food Processor or Food Packaging Manufacturer). Available on-demand, 1 1/2 hours long. certificate of completion provided.
The Task Teams that are set up will each look at the requirements for their process and procedure. They will be responsible for comparing the requirements of the standard to the current process used at your company. They will:
Learn more! Provide your task teams with implementation plans and procedure and form templates. Register your project leader for:
FSSC 22000 Templates and Training
If you plan to conduct Third Party Audits, you will need Lead Assessor/Lead Auditor Training.