Food Safety Management Systems Introduction Training Course (ISO 22000:2005)

BSI’s “Introduction to ISO 22000:2005” course provides a general understanding of the concepts of the ISO 22000 series of standards and how the requirements impact the day-to-day operations of organizations within the food chain. An experienced tutor explains the concepts of ISO 22000:2005, providing a base for understanding food safety management systems. Delegates learn by participating in group exercises and in-depth discussions.

Who should attend?

  • Food safety managers
  • People who want to know about the standard
  • People who have been told to find out about the standard
  • Those who currently know very little, or nothing, about the standard

What will I learn?

Upon completion of this training, delegates will be able to:

  • Describe food safety management concepts and guidelines
  • Define food safety management terms
  • Describe the importance and benefits of a food safety management system
  • Explain the requirements of the ISO 22000:2005 standard

What are the benefits?

  • Learn about the internationally recognized standard which covers all organisations in the food chain from farmers to catering
  • Understand what defines the requirements for a food safety management system
  • Know how to improve food safety

What is included?

  • Delegate workbook
  • Lunch
  • Refreshment
  • Certificate of attendance