ISO 22000 FOOD SAFETY MANAGEMENTSend request
Certification of your ISO 22000 food safety management system demonstrates your commitment to control food safety risks. The standard implies continuous improvement and customer satisfaction. These are tangible benefits that play an important role in the sustainability of your business. ISO 22000 – Food Safety Management establishes specific requirements for a food safety management system that enhances your ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer, legal and regulatory requirements.
What is ISO 22000?
ISO 22000 is compatible and harmonized with other international management system standards including ISO 9001. It is ideally suited for integration with existing management systems and processes.
ISO 22000 is applicable to all organizations directly or indirectly involved in the food chain. This includes packaging or detergent manufacturers, cleaning service providers, pest control or industrial laundry services. It assesses and demonstrates product compliance with food safety and food safety risk control requirements. The standard ensures food safety from farm to fork based on the following widely recognized key elements:
- Interactive communication: an innovative and important factor for risk management. A structured flow of information in all directions, inside and out. This guarantees effective hazard control.
- HACCP principles (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points): basic methodology for planning safe production processes, suitable for each individual company, without excessive bureaucracy.
- System management: control of the interaction between the elements of the system ensures the efficiency and effectiveness of the system.
Mandatory programs: Good manufacturing practices, good hygiene practices, good agricultural practices including equipment and building maintenance programs, and pest control programs are the pillars on which the HACCP system is based.
Benefits of certification
Certification according to ISO 22000 – food safety management by an independent third party validates FSMA’s effectiveness in the food chain value.
The ISO 22000 standard enables your organization to:
- Establish and use a food safety management system within a well-defined and clear framework that is flexible to the needs and expectations of your business.
- Understand what the real risks are to consumers and to your company.
- Provide a tool to improve food safety performance and a means to effectively monitor and measure food safety performance.
- Better compliance with food safety laws and corporate requirements.
Certification according to the standard provides your company with an effective means of communication with your stakeholders. It is an important element in demonstrating a commitment to food safety in accordance with corporate governance, corporate responsibility and financial reporting requirements.
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