This course covers the ISO 22000 requirements and provides a comprehensive discussion of the requirements for a Food Safety Management System under the FSSC 22000 certification scheme. It also covers effective approaches to documenting, developing, implementing, or just upgrading a food safety management system to meet the requirements of FSSC 22000 and the operational objectives of the company. Other topics include audit systems, the auditing process and audit instruments; the documentation process, conducting an audit, writing the audit report, and taking corrective action.
- Realize the business benefits of an improvement based on FSMS.
- Interpretation of ISO 22000, ISO/TS 22002 series, and FSSC standards, purpose, structure, and significance of an FSMS.
- The terms and definitions used in auditing, include objectives, criteria, and scope.
- Roles and responsibilities of Internal Auditors and the audit cycle.
- Planning and conducting audits of processes for which documented procedures do or do not exist.
- Gathering and evaluating objective evidence.
- Plan, conduct, report and follow up an internal audit of part of an FSSC in accordance with ISO 19011.
- Look for conformance, Report the audit findings, including writing a valid, factual, and value-adding non-conformity report, if found.
- Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of a food safety scheme.
- Additional knowledge related to FSSC such as food defense and fraud, TACCP, VACCP, etc.
Who Should Attend?
- Quality Assurance Executives/Managers/Engineers.
- Business executives in the food industry.
- Management Representatives/ Food Safety Team Leaders.
- Existing internal auditors of FSSC.
- Persons who wish for a career in FSMS auditing.
- Anyone who is responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining a compliant and successful FSSC Certification scheme should take this class.
Knowledge of ISO 22000 and FSSC and the difference between FSSC and FSMS. If not, we strongly recommend you attend our ‘Awareness on ISO 22000 Requirements’ and ‘Awareness on FSSC’ courses.
Basic knowledge related to scope sector, Processes & terminology and technology specific to the sector, Note-taking and report writing skills, and Presentation Skills.