This course fully covers the ISO 22000:2005 requirements and provides a comprehensive discussion of the requirements for a Food Safety Management System under the FSSC 22000 certification scheme. It also covers effective approaches to documenting, developing, implementing or just upgrading a food safety management system to meet the requirements of FSSC 22000 and the operational objectives of the company. Other topics include audit systems, the auditing process and audit instruments; the documentation process, conducting an audit, writing the audit report, and taking corrective action.
Who should attend ?
Food Safety officers, Food Safety Team Leaders, Consultants, Food Safety Implementation Team Quality Managers and Business Executives with a desire to learn about the Food Safety Management System.
- The training provides you with an overview of the purpose and requirements of FSSC 22000 and ISO/TS 22002-1, and how applying these can improve your business methods. To train potential Internal Auditors in the principles and practices of FSMS auditing of FSSC22000, according with the guidance provided in ISO 19011.
- Delegates will be made aware of current good audit practice and will be encouraged to develop their audit skills through analysis and constructive feedback.
- On completion, delegates should have gained the basic knowledge and skills required to prepare for and conduct internal FSMS systm audits.
Identify food safety hazards that are reasonably expected to occur for the food type/industry. Assess the significance of identified hazards in the context of the organization's food safety management system. Assess the effectiveness of methodologies to control food safety hazards. Identify all integrated schemes and procedures used by the organization to achieve food safety objectives. Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of a food safety scheme. Understand the application of HACCP theory and principles to individual food businesses. Understand the application of food safety management systems as it relates to ISO 22000. Understand the application of the principles, procedures and techniques of auditing.