ISO 22000:2018 (Rs.4000/-)
ISO 22000: 2018 was published on June 19, 2018 and is an international standard. Because it follows an equally high-level structure (HLS) structure, other widely applied ISO standards, such as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, will be easier to integrate with other management systems.
Everybody needs to eat. In fact, the range of processes that guide from production to consumption includes a multi-billion dollar global industry. But with globalization reaching new heights in interaction and population growth, it is becoming increasingly difficult to feed billions of hungry people. ISO 22000: 2018 - Food Safety Management System - The requirements of any organization in the food chain have been published to address many problems in the food chain. It also revised and replaced its 2006 technical corridor with the 2005 version of the same standard. Like its predecessor, ISO 22000: 2018 specifies general guidelines for a food safety management system (FSMS).
This type of system can directly or indirectly enable an organization in the food chain to plan, implement, operate, maintain and update a food safety management system that provides safe products and services. By ensuring the organization's compliance with the stated food policy, this international standard helps assess commonly agreed customer safety requirements and demonstrate compliance with customers and all interested parties.
Following the guidelines in ISO 22000: 2018 can help organizations comply with applicable legal and regulatory requirements for food safety. It can also help organizations assist in the certification or registration of their security management system by an external organization. Similarly, self-evaluation or self-declaration of conformity is useful.
Benefits of authentication
» Compliance with customer requirements specifying certification
» Independent compliance check
» Indicates an effective food safety management system
» Global recognition
» Provides a competitive advantage
» Improves company image