Your system will need to be documented in the form of policies, objectives, procedures and records. The typical documented management system is made up of four levels of documentation:
Food Safety Management System Manual (with policies), Procedures, Work Instructions, and Forms and Records.
You will need to document procedures called out by the standard as well as those required to ensure control of other processes in your FSMS.
This means that your FSMS will have more documented procedures than just those specifically named in the standard but these procedures will be useful documents. They will ensure that processes are being done as management planned and approved. Conversely, they will ensure that management knows how processes are being performed.
Control of Documents, Control of Records, Control of unsafe product, Corrections, Corrective Actions, Withdrawals and Internal Audits.
Documented procedures will also make sure that different people perform the process the same way. You will not be writing the procedure and putting it in a book on the shelf to collect dust, you will be building a system where documented procedures and work instructions will become an important and integral part of your system.
If you have decided to set up ISO 22000 in your company then you know that you will need to write procedures and forms that document your food safety system. We put a complete ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System at your fingertips.
You will easily know what needs to be done to achieve compliance and certification. And you can do all this without hiring an expensive consultant. Feel positive as you achieve results.
We have carefully designed forms to meet the requirements of ISO 22000. Simply follow our Procedures and Forms. We have done most of the work for you.
The documents are in MS Word and Excel format, so there is no software to install or learn. You can use them right away. If you have questions during your project, just send us an email! We will be happy to answer any questions that come up.
If you plan to conduct Third Party Audits, you will need Lead Assessor/Lead Auditor Training.