• The requirements of FSSC 22000 and Codex Aliment Arius
  • Identification and risk assessment of food safety hazards
  • Documentation and record requirements
  • Management responsibility, authority and communication
  • Resource Management
  • Planning and Production of safe products
  • Understand the requirements of FSSC 22000 within the context of your company
  • Learn how to develop a food safety management system
  • Learn how to undertake performance improvement of the food safety system
  • Understand how to identify the critical control processes that need to be managed within the organization
  • Advance your professional development by gaining a Certificate of Attainment from a globally recognized training body

Introduction to FSSC 22000

Duration – 2 days

• The Introduction course will focus on the F 22000 standard, from a QMS and FSMS point of view. 
• Delegates will learn the importance of a “systems approach”, where procedures are documented, approved, adhered to, monitored and improved, to ensure that non-conformances are quickly identified and corrected.