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News

15 August 2019:

Added the document set D 06v18 Food safety - Procedures and instructions ISO 22000 version 2018

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For October the training package T 68v18 ISO 45001 version 2018 is with a 50% decrease (from 225 euros to 112 euros)

News from the standard ISO 22000 version 2018

The standard ISO 22000 version 2018 was published June 2018.

Choosing to implement a food safety management system for any company in the food chain allows to:

  • guarantee products that are safe for the consumer
  • communicate effectively on food safety
  • manage the food chain globally
  • include the risk-based approach

The requirements of ISO 22000 version 2018

Quiz ISO 22000 requirements version 2018

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1. THE clauses ARE 10 ACCORDING TO THE High LEVEL STRUCTURE (AND THEIR POSITION IN THE PDCA CYCLE):

1. Scope

2. Normative references

3. Term and definitions

4. Context of the organization (P)

5. Leadership (P, D, C, A)

6. Planning (P)

7. Support (P)

8. Operation (D and P, D, C, A)

9. Performance evaluation (C)

10. Improvement (A)

2. DIFFERENCES WITH THE 2005 VERSION

  • high level structure
  • specific PDCA cycle
  • risk-based thinking
  • context of the organization (internal and external issuses)
  • expectations of the interested parties
  • top management must demonstrate leadership and engage directly in the management of the food safety management system
  • actions to address risks and opportunities
  • operational planning and control
  • emergency situations
  • hazard control plan

3. DOCUMENTATED INFORMATION (PROCEDURES AND REcords) REQUIRED

  • documented information to maintain (procedures)
    • scope (sub-clause 4.3)
    • FS policy SDA (sub-clause 5.2.2)
    • emergency (sub-clause 8.4.1)
    • hazard analysis (sub-clause 8.5.1.1)
    • raw materials, ingredients, materials (sub-clause 8.5.1.2)
    • end products (sub-clause 8.5.1.3)
    • intended use (sub-clause 8.5.1.4)
    • flow diagrams (sub-clause 8.5.1.5.1)
    • process description (sub-clause 8.5.1.5.3)
    • hazard acceptable levels (sub-clause 8.5.2.2.3)
    • hazard assessment (sub-clause 8.5.2.3)
    • decision-making process (sub-clause 8.5.2.4.2)
    • external requirements (sub-clause 8.5.2.4.2)
    • control measures (sub-clause 8.5.3)
    • hazard control plan (sub-clauses 8.5.4.1 and 8.5.4.5)
    • critical limits and action criteria (sub-clause 8.5.4.2)
    • control of monitoring and measuring (sub-clause 8.7)
    • monitoring and measuring software (sub-clause 8.7)
    • corrections (sub-clause 8.9.2.1)
    • corrective actions (sub-clause 8.9.3)
    • withdrawal, recall (sub-clause 8.9.5)
  • documented information to retain (records)
    • external and internal issues (sub-clause 4.1)
    • interested parties (sub-clause 4.2)
    • FSMS objectives (sub-clause 6.2.1)
    • assistance of external experts (sub-clause 7.1.2)
    • externally developed elements of the FSMS (sub-clause 7.1.5)
    • external providers (sub-clause 7.1.6)
    • staff competence (sub-clause 7.2)
    • communication (sub-clause 7.4.2)
    • documented information of external origin (sub-clause 7.5.3.2)
    • operational planning and control (sub-clause 8.1)
    • PRPs (sub-clause 8.2.4)
    • traceability (sub-clause 8.3)
    • situations d'urgence (sub-clause 8.4.2)
    • flow diagrams (sub-clause 8.5.1.5.1)
    • hazard identification (sub-clause 8.5.2.2)
    • monitoring systems (sub-clause 8.5.4.3)
    • calibration and verification of equipment (sub-clause 8.7)
    • verification (sub-clause 8.8.1)
    • correction (sub-clause 8.9.2 and 8.9.2.4)
    • evaluation (sub-clause 8.9.2.3)
    • corrective actions (sub-clause 8.9.3)
    • potentially unsafe products (sub-clause 8.9.4.1)
    • evaluation for release (sub-clause 8.9.4.2)
    • disposition of nonconforming products (sub-clause 8.9.4.3)
    • withdrawal, recall (sub-clause 8.9.5)
    • monitoring and measuring (sub-clause 9.1.1)
    • analysis and the resulting activities (sub-clause 9.1.2)
    • audit program and the audit results (sub-clause 9.2)
    • management review output (sub-clause 9.3.3)
    • nonconformities (sub-clause 10.1.2)
    • update of the FSMS (sub-clause 10.3) 

4. On the content

  1. The term "conformity with requirements" is a pleonasm because the definition of conformity is "satisfaction of a requirement" so we obtain "satisfaction of a requirement with requirements", sub-clauses 0.1, 1, 7.1.3 and 7.1.4
  2. Mixed terms (external providers and suppliers, documented information to retain and records)
  3. Use of terms that may be misleading (Documented information shall specify ... sub-clause 8.2.4; The monitoring system ... shall consist of documented information, § 8.5.4.3)
  4. No requirement for process mapping
  5. No requirement for risk management process
  6. No requirement for satisfaction, perception, appreciation and recognition of staff