Tag Archives | ISO 22000

What is the difference between ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000?

What is the difference between ISO 22000 and FSSC 22000? ISO 22000 is not recognized by GFSI. (what is GFSI?) ISO 22000 is broad in scope. FSSC 22000 is recognized by GFSI. FSSC has a more limited scope. Current scopes included are: farming, perishable animal products, food processing, feed production, food ingredients and food packaging material manufacturing. […]

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22000 Certification Project Manager

We are happy to announce our newest, most comprehensive tool for managing your 22000 Food Safety Management System implementation project. The 22000 Project Manager outlines the management system step-by-step, from start to finish, providing all of the training, guidance, tools and documentation needed to implement the 22000 FSMS.

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ISO 22000: A how to guide – Step 5

Step 5: Train employees and an internal audit team In order to complete the implementation of the system, employees must be trained, both any new processes that have been implemented and on the requirements of the standard. For ISO 22000 we recommend our computer based training program. Introduction to 22000: Purchase and download our computer-training program […]

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Tools for your ISO or FSSC 22000 Food Safety Team

Food Safety Team Tasks The food safety team has important responsibilities throughout the implementation of your ISO or FSSC 22000 food safety management system. For a successful project it is important that they have the tools they need to collect preliminary information, carry out hazard analysis and implement the HACCP and PRP programs. The ISO […]

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ISO 22000: A how to guide – Step 4

Step 4: Design and document your ISO 22000 system With the team approach to implementation, there is a team assigned for each of the processes that must be documented. For example, a team assigned to work on the document control system and procedure will work together to make any changes to the current system to […]

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ISO 22000: A how to guide – Step 3

Step 3: Plan your project Once you have your list of requirements that you need to address, you can start planning your project. Using teams to implement the FSMS is a very efficient and effective approach. It brings in employees from all parts of the organization to participate in the development and implementation, assuring the […]

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ISO 22000: A how to guide – Step 2

Step 2: Compare your current system to the requirements. In order to be able to plan your project, you will need to know exactly what needs to be done in your organization to meet the requirements of the standard. Identify what requirements you already meet, and list the ones that need to be addressed. To […]

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