FSSC 22000 will be attending the fifth annual Food Safety Supply Chain Conference in Rockville USA on 29 and 30 May.
North America Representative Jacqueline Southee will present on the revision of ISO 22000 in 2018 and its contribution to global food safety and regulatory compliance.
The revision of ISO 22000 in 2018 and its contribution to global food safety and regulatory compliance
ISO 22000 is a publicly available standard for food safety management, written by consensus and used in over 165 countries to control and manage food safety. Many of the facilities using ISO 22000 may be subject to FSMA regulations as part of the global supply chain. In 2018, after 13 years, the ISO 22000 standard has been revised to include improved definitions of terms and the need for a wider appreciation of risks associated with the supply chain. This need to address internal and external risks and monitor them within the management system framework, brings closer alignment to the goals of FSMA, encourages continuous improvement and will improve transparency and confidence in the supply chain.
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