It is a challenging year in 2020. Managing food safety risks, catering changing customer needs, raising operation efficiency while reducing costs are more important than ever for the food industry.
Used by organizations across the world to manage food safety, ISO 22000 is an excellent framework to help implement a food safety management system (FSMS). The revised ISO 22000:2018 was published in June 2018 and it has a transition period of 3 years (i.e. June 2021).
On the other hand, FSSC published version 5 of FSSC 22000 in June 2019. FSSC 22000 Version 5 has adopted the ISO 22000:2018 as its core framework, adding sector-specific requirements known as pre-requisite programmes (PRPs) and FSSC-specific requirements to build a food safety management scheme that meets GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) benchmark requirements.
This webinar will update you with the new requirements and give a view of what changes are expected with these revisions for your organizations.
What is ISO 22000 and why it is suitable for your organization
Differences between ISO 22000:2018 and ISO 22000:2005 standards
BSI certification and transition arrangement
What is FSSC 22000 and updates
Differences between FSSC 22000 and ISO 22000
|Date||20 Nov 2020 (Fri)|
|Time||15:00 - 16:15|
|Medium||Cantonese (presentation materials in English)|
|Format||Online (access link will be sent in an separate email for successful registration)|
|Fee||Free of charge|
Ms Melanie Tiu, Sales Executive
Please enrol in the following link:
|Enrolment deadline||18 Nov 2020 (Wed), 17:00|
|Enquiry||Ms Ming Tang (+852 3149 3324 / firstname.lastname@example.org)|
* Programme details are subject to change without prior notice