This is an instructor led course where students will learn the basics of the Food Safety Management System, how to identify food safety hazards and risk and how to categorise and assessment of control measures. It will also lead to a better understanding of ISO 22000 standard. Course is based on active participation of the students in a various group activities, brain storming sessions and reflection exercises, leading to deeper insight of the food safety risk management concepts. The instructor will supplement the course with theoretical inputs wherever necessary with emphasis on learning from real life examples, applied knowledge to various situations and through sharing of experiences amongst the participants.
Who should attend ?
Food Safety officers, Food Safety Team Leaders, Consultants, Quality Managers and Business Executives with a desire to learn about the Food Safety Management System requirements as specified in ISO 22000:2005 standard.
The participants will be able to understand the process based approach towards managing food safety hazards and risks. The participants will gain an insight into ISO 22000 International Standard for Food Safety Management System- requirements for any organisation in the food chain. The course will also enable the participants to prepare a personal action plan to apply the best practices of the ISO 22000 standard for FSMS learnt during the course, at their place of work.
- Course Introduction,
- Management what and why?
- Prerequisites and Hazard analysis through process approach,
- ISO 22000:2005- Purpose and requirements,
- Course Conclusion, Reflection and Personal Action Plan
Duration: 1 day
Registration & additional information
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