In August 2018 the ISO 22000:2005 was revised and replaced with the new ISO 22000:2018 version. Our transition course will provide a better understanding of the differences between version 2005 and version 2018 with practical examples.
The ISO 22000:2018 (Food safety management systems – Requirements for any organization in the food chain) defines what an organization must do to demonstrate its ability to control food safety hazards and ensure that food is safe for human consumption.
ISO 22000:2018 includes improvements to definitions, including those that align with Codex Alimentarius. It also provides a new understanding of the concept of risk, distinguishing between risk at the operational level and the strategic level of a management system. The new ISO 22000:2018 incorporates some requirements of ISO 9001:2015.
The course will equip delegates with the following:
- Understand the differences between ISO 22000:2005 and ISO 22000:2018 and how to apply it in the workplace.
- Explain the requirements and practical implementation of ISO 22000:2018.
- Ensure FSSC 22000 Certified organisations are ready for ISO 22000:2018 certification as from 2019.
1 Day Course
Who Should Attend?
- Food safety team leaders
- Food safety team members
- Quality and production managers
- Quality and production supervisors
- Technical managers
- Introduction to the background and purpose of the new standard
- Changes in key definitions of the standard explained
- A better understanding of the PDCA cycle in the new 2018 version
- The structure of the new 2018 version explained
- Practical implementation examples will be provided
- Assessment after the completion of this course
Minimum Entry Requirements
Delegates must have prior knowledge and experience with the implementation of ISO 22000:2005.
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