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NEW! ISO 22000 Food Safety Manual & Documentation Package

Comprehensive documentation package for companies seeking to implement an ISO 22000 compliant Food Safety Management System.

This is an ideal package for Food Manufacturers and other organizations in the food industry looking to meet the International Standard ISO 22000:2005 for Food Safety Management Systems.

The comprehensive and easy to use ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System Package will help you quickly create an ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System. The manual includes easily editable procedures and documents for food safety, quality and HACCP requirements (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point).

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ISO 22000 NEWS: ISO 22005:2007 Published, New ISO standard to facilitate traceability in food supply chains - 12 July 2007
ISO takes another step forward towards ensuring the safety of food products for consumers with its new ISO 22005 standard on traceability in the feed and food chain, its latest addition to the ISO 22000 series on food management systems.
Read the full ISO news release

ISO 22000 NEWS: Help for small businesses to implement ISO 22000 food safety management systems
- 05 June 2007
The International Trade Centre (ITC) and ISO have just released a new product designed to make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) in the food sector to benefit from the advantages of implementing an ISO 22000 compliant food safety management system. The product consists of a combined handbook and CD-ROM, ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems – An easy-to-use checklist for small business – Are you ready? Read the full ISO news release

ISO 22000 NEWS:
ISO/TS 22003:2007 Published
- 15 February 2007
A newly published document in the ISO 22000 series gives the requirements for the bodies that carry out auditing and certification of food safety management systems (FSMS). ISO technical specification ISO/TS 22003:2007 provides information, criteria and guidance for carrying out ISO 22000:2005 auditing and certification. It will therefore be useful for certification bodies, the accreditation bodies that approve them, suppliers wishing to have their FSMS certified, their customers and food sector regulators. Read the full ISO/TS 22003:2007 news release

ISO 22000 ARTICLE: The Food Chain - 17 April 2006
With the publication of ISO 22000 for food safety management, a new tool has been added to the food safety portfolio. Oliver Cann investigates its role and the prospects for success. Read the full article

ISO 22000 NEWS: Early adopters underline benefits of new ISO standard for safe food supply chains - 20 December 2005
Companies among the first in the world to implement ISO 22000 are underlining the benefits of the new International Standard for ensuring safe food supply chains. Read the full ISO news release

ISO 22000 NEWS: How to implement a food safety management system -15 November 2005
ISO has followed up its recent publication of ISO 22000, the International Standard for food safety management systems, with implementation guidance. ISO/TS 22004:2005, Food safety management systems – Guidance on the application of ISO 22000:2005, gives advice that will be useful for all types of organization within the food supply chain. Read the full ISO news release

ISO 22000 NEWS: ISO 22000 for safe food supply chains - 01 September 2005
ISO 22000, published today, is a new International Standard designed to ensure safe food supply chains worldwide. ISO 22000:2005, Food safety management systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain, provides a framework of internationally harmonized requirements for the global approach that is needed. Read full news release

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Are you ready for an ISO 22000 Certification Audit?

If your Food Safety Management System meets the requirements of ISO 22000 and you require a certification audit - visit the Global Food Safety Standards Directory.

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What is the difference between PRP and oPRP in ISO 22000?

How to join the ISO9001:2000 with HACCP? And will this meet the requirements of ISO 22000?

Is there a validation and verification model for ISO 22000?

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ISO 22000 Documents Archive:

Documents published on the website prior to the 01 September 2005.

ISO 22000 current state of affairs
Excellent PowerPoint presentation providing an overview of ISO 22000 and the current state of play as of February 02 2005...

Comparison of ISO 9001, ISO/DIS 22000, BRC and IFS
Spreadsheet comparing the clauses of ISO 9001, ISO/DIS 22000, BRC and IFS. Please note the spreadsheet was created before the Working Group meeting in January 2005. As a result the FDIS may have been expanded to cover a number of the gaps in the clauses...

HACCP and ISO Development of a Food Safety Management Standard
There is an increase in the customer demand for safe food. This has lead food processing companies to develop food safety management systems, which are based on HACCP. In 2001, ISO has undertaken the development of an auditable standard, which further defines HACCP's role in a food safety management system. This standard is not intended to define the minimal regulatory requirement, however it is intended to define the requirements for companies that desire to exceed the regulatory requirements for food safety. Excellent introductory paper written by John Surak, the US representative on ISO TC 34 Working Group 8, the ISO committee currently developing the standard...

Food Safety management Systems - A new International Standard under development will help improve food safety
The sheer number of regulations and controls as well as the increasing demands of customers have made the position of food manufacturers more and more uncomfortable. Consequently, they turned to their standardization bodies and requested them to develop such voluntary standards as could help them to meet all the requirements demanded. As a result, many countries developed national standards specifying requirements for food safety management systems. The idea of harmonizing the relevant national standards on the international level was mooted by the Danish Standards Association (DS), and work is underway. Article written by By Dr. Martha Petro-Turza, Secretary of ISO/TC 34, Food products, Hungarian Standards Institution...

HACCP and ISO Development of a Food Safety Management Standard
This PowerPoint Presentation provides a useful overview of HACCP and ISO 22000 including their structures and the relationships between them. Written by John Surak, the US representative on ISO TC 34 Working Group 8, the ISO committee currently developing the standard...

Comparison of ISO22000:200X and the BRC Global Standard - Food Packaging
We asked John Surak if would take a look at the BRC Global Standard - Food Packaging and make a comparison with the requirements of ISO 22000:200X. His findings are presented in this short paper...

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