ISO 22000 food safety is an international standard that defines the requirements of a food safety management system covering all organizations in the food chain from “farm to fork”.
ISO 22000:2018 is available
With a greater focus on risk-based thinking and aligned to ISO’s high level structure, the new ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems can deliver additional benefits to organizations of all sizes throughout the food chain:
Improved control over food safety activities
Customer, statutory and regulatory compliance
Facilitated market growth
Increased customer, stakeholder and consumer confidence in products
Improved risk management
Integration with other ISO management systems
Organizations currently certified to ISO 22000:2005 will have three years to transition to the new standard.
BSI has a variety of training options available to help you with the transition, please contact us and our experts will help you.
What are the benefits of ISO 22000 Food Safety?
Introduce internationally recognized processes to your business
Give suppliers and stakeholders confidence in your hazard controls
Put these hazard controls in place across your supply chain
Introduce transparency around accountability and responsibilities
Continually improve and update your systems so it stays effective
ISO 22000 contains the food safety management system requirements of FSSC 22000 (which is a Global Food Safety Initiative, GFSI recognised scheme) and is used along with requirements for prerequisite programs for the appropriate industry sector