Presentation on theme: "INTRODUCTION & AGENDA ISO 22000, PAS 220 & FSSC 22000: what do they cover, why were they developed, what’s the impact on ISO 22000? Route to acceptance."— Presentation transcript:
2 INTRODUCTION & AGENDAISO 22000, PAS 220 & FSSC 22000: what do they cover, why were they developed, what’s the impact on ISO 22000?Route to acceptance by the GFSIBenefits of certification and how to determine if FSSC is right for youProcess of becoming certifiedConclusions & next steps
3 RANGE OF FOOD SAFETY STANDARDS FSSC 22000BRC - FoodISO 22000PAS 220SQFDutch HACCPIFS
4 HISTORY OF FOOD SAFETY STANDARDS HACCP principles first adopted in food by Pillsbury and NASAGeneral Principles of Food Hygiene, Codex AlimentariusRange of food safety schemes exist:National / regional legislation (BRC, IFS, etc)Private standards, certification schemes and approvalsMove towards convergence through GFSI benchmarkingIndependently verified, process-based global food safety standard for food manufacturing soughtISO wasn’t seen to meet specific food manufacturing requirementsCIAA & key industry stakeholders move to fulfill requirements, would lead to development of PAS 220 and FSSC 22000FSSC 22000BRC - FoodISO 22000PAS 220SQFDutch HACCPIFS
5 ISO 22000:2005International, independent food safety management system standardIncorporates GMP, HACCP and a comprehensive food safety management systemEnables control of general food safety risks along the whole food supply chainFocus on supply chain assuranceCERTIFICATION IN THE FOOD MANUFACTURING SECTOR: WHAT WILL THE FUTURE BRING? INTRO TO PAS 220 & FSSC 22000
6 DEFINING A PROGRAM FOR INDUSTRY-WIDE ACCEPTANCE: WHAT IS PAS 220? Compliments ISO & supports global approach to food safetySpecific for Food ManufacturingHarmonization of Food Manufacturing PRPS:provides a common set of 18 pre-requisite programs for use by any food manufacturersAddition to ISO 22000:addresses the missing and important core elements in ISO under Clause 7.2.3Directly addresses requirements of GFSI
7 DEFINING A PROGRAM FOR INDUSTRY-WIDE ACCEPTANCE: WHAT IS PAS 220? 18 critical food safety requirements, including:Construction & layout of manufacturing site (Buildings & Facilities)Utilities & ventilation (air, water, energy, etc.)Waste management & supporting activitiesEquipment maintenance & suitabilityManagement of purchased materials & supplier selectionContaminationCleaning & sanitationPest controlEmployee hygieneRework, packaging & traceabilityProduct recallWarehousingProduct Information, consumer awarenessFood defense, bio-vigilance, bio-terrorism
8 SEEKING GFSI APPROVAL Scheme owner required for GFSI acceptance Foundation for Food Safety Certification designated to manage accreditation, certification and acceptance of FSSC into GFSIFirst global food standard intended for the certification of manufacturing and processing of food ingredients and food productsDeveloped from existing, independent, international standards ISO PAS 220 and ISO 22003Accredited under ISO Guide 65 – process certification
9 SEEKING GFSI APPROVALRequirements & Guidelines in four parts for transparency, high quality food safety audits, independent scheme management:Food safety & guidance for becoming certifiedGuidance & requirements for providing certificationRequirements for providing accreditationRegulations for board of stakeholdersMay 27, 2009, GFSI announced benchmarking of FSSC complete and conditional recognition of the scheme, based on meeting Guidance Document requirementsGFSI Board has recommended FSSC move to full implementation; once fully implemented, expected to become the sixth scheme recognized by the GFSI.or
10 HOW DO YOU MEET THE REQUIREMENTS? A Cargill, Inc. Study showed:Most audit standards / programs / schemes meet more than 90% of the requirements for PRP and HACCP.What about meeting the remaining requirements?3rd Party Gap Analysis from a reputable certification body will assist in identifying the areas that will require further attention to meet the full requirements.
11 WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS? IS FSSC 22000 RIGHT FOR YOUR BUSINESS? Covers important food safety aspects often overlooked in the food manufacturing sectorSubstantially strengthens ISO certificationEnables you to implement a global standard, with global consistency worldwideUpon acceptance by the GFSI, it will bridge the gap between ISO and the GFSI requirementsDesigned as a ‘one size fits all’ – whether you’re a small or large food manufacturerA gap analysis can help determine your route to certification – may be no need to revamp your system
12 HOW CAN LRQA HELP?Gap Analysis to help determine your most practical route to certificationTraining for your team at a location & level customized to suit your needs: ISO 22000, PAS 220 & FSSC 22000Resource Base that Matches Your Supply Chain: Over 400 food assessors located in key offices around the worldAccredited independence & impartialityWorld-renowned technical expertise: HACCP, ISO 22000, PAS 220 & FSSC 22000Multi-national experience: Over half of the world’s top consumer food companies choose LRQA, serve clients in over 120 countriesConsistent, technically robust assurance from anywhere in the world
13 CONCLUSIONS & NEXT STEPS Questions? Contact LRQA Today – Certification & TrainingDownload Information:VisitFREE Explanation of the 18 PAS 220 PRPsFREE Copy of the article from LRQA food experts Vel Pillay and Cor Groenveld recently published in Food Quality MagazineFood Safety Training: ISO 22000, PAS 220 & FSSC 22000Tell us What You ThinkBlog with our food experts now atLloyd’s Register Quality Assurance, Inc. is a member of the Lloyd’s Register Group of entities.
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