Why Should You Attend:
ISO 22000 applies to primary production companies, to retailers and to supply companies operating in the packaging and detergent industry, amongst others. We need to understand why companies need to comply with HACCP and ISO 22000.
National and international law and legislation in the area of food safety is becoming increasingly strict. Companies that are active in the food sector are obliged to comply with statutory hygiene regulations when preparing food and drink products. This means that companies producing, processing or distributing food must organize their operations in such a way that food safety is systematically ensured in order to guarantee consumer safety.
HACCP is an industry-specific hazard assessment tool which focuses on preventing hazards rather than inspecting end-products. This tool can be applied throughout the food chain from primary production to final consumption.
ISO 22000 has been the standard for food safety since 2005 and is based on HACCP guidelines in accordance with Codex Alimentarius and the management principles of ISO 9001. It is a globally accepted standard which forms the basis for an internationally valid ISO food safety certificate, and which is aimed at the entire agri-food chain.
While HACCP is focuses purely on food safety, ISO also looks at business processes and structures. ISO certification is independent, which means that an organization can decide for itself whether it wants to embrace it or not. Should we expect that many companies will convert their HACCP certificate into a certificate based on ISO 22000 in the near future. Besides the fact that HACCP is a food safety system, and ISO 22000 is a food safety management system standard, what are the differences?
Which one becomes critical in controlling food safety? Attend this course.
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Who Will Benefit:
Ben, owner and Managing Director of BSD Group is a food professional consultant. He has solid understanding of food and beverage industry with good knowledge of food and beverage product development and compliance. He has two main focus for his clients. First to make sure that regulatory compliance for its clients in the North America, European communities, and GCC countries. Secondly, he provides market research for companies planning to export their products to overseas markets. This provides one shop station for clients who plan to go countries with no knowledge of markets, competition and regulations. He understand the importance of regulatory compliance for companies which plan to sell or export their products to these markets. Ben has 20 years of experience in food and beverage industry, with 12 years' international experience as senior advisor to Codex Alimentarius and European Commission. Ben's main expertise is in product development, food laws and food additives regulations, food safety, market research, international trade and nutrition, food law and regulations of Canada, US (FDA , FSMA) , EU and Codex Alimentarius.
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