Making excellence a habit
Used by organizations across the food chain to help deliver food that’s safe to eat, ISO 22000:2018 is an excellent framework to help implement a food safety management system (FSMS).
How food is grown, transported, manufactured and even consumed has changed significantly since the original standard was published over a decade ago. The new standard considers these changes and aims to help organizations reduce food safety hazards.
In addition to making ISO 22000 and the resulting FSMS easier to integrate with other ISO management systems, the new version of the standard also introduces the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle and risk-based thinking. By combining PDCA and risk-based thinking to manage business risk with HACCP to identify, prevent and control food safety hazards, ISO 22000 helps organizations to reduce exposure to risk and improve safety.
This half-day seminar provides organizations with an insight into the ISO 22000:2018 development process. Learn about the key changes of the revised standards which includes Annex SL which means it follows a high level structure (HLS) which aligns your food safety management system with other ISO management systems your organization has in place.
Date: 26 October 2018 (Limited seats, Hurry up and register now!)
Time: 8:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m
Course Duration: Half day
Course Fee: FREE*
Venue: BSI Malaysia, Bangsar South, KL
*Free Registration participants, who fail to turn up, a penalty fees of MYR 150.00 will be charge to you or company.
BSI Catering Food Safety Certification Criteria is a unique, global standard developed by BSI to meet a specific industry need: appropriate food safety criteria relevant to food prepared for immediate consumption. There are many food safety standards and certifications available, but the most of these were developed for food manufacturing and include requirements that just don’t apply to food catering business.
Designed specifically for catering organizations, the BSI Catering Scheme is designed to meet the food safety needs of the food services industry. Organizations earn a certificate bearing the BSI Catering certification mark and can use the mark in advertising and marketing materials to differentiate the quality and safety of their services and products.
Date: 21 Sept 2018