FSSC 22000 Process based internal auditing
This course is one of a series designed for organizations wishing to obtain FSSC 22000 certification. You will gain a detailed understanding of the audit requirements specific to FSSC 22000, as well as concepts, roles and responsibilities of internal auditors.
A process-based approach advocates assessment of the inputs, outputs and controls within a process, as well as its interactions with other processes, and is especially helpful in identifying weak links and opportunities for continual improvement.
FSSC 22000 has launched version 4.1 of its international food safety management system certification scheme, which involves several changes to improve consistency and stringency. Key changes will be highlighted in the training.
Who should attend?
- Managers, executives and quality professionals who need to be equipped with a thorough understanding of the FSSC 22000 process based internal audit requirements
- All who are involved in the implementation, maintenance and internal auditing of a food safety management system
It is recommended that participants have knowledge of the FSSC 22000 requirements prior to attendance of this course.
What will I learn?
- Auditing protocols and the process based audit
- Practical knowledge and skills necessary to conduct an internal audit using a process based approach
- The necessary competencies to conduct an audit on FSSC 22000
How will I benefit?
- Conduct a process based audit which is aligned to food safety requirements
- Acquire skills needed to be a competent auditor of a food safety management system
- Focus on the effectiveness and efficiency of the key processes
Our experienced tutors have practical application of the subject matter, enabling them to understand and meet your specific industry requirements.
What is included?
On completion, you will be awarded an internatoinally recognized BSI Training Academy certificate.