ISO 22000 : 2005
ISO 22000 is a food safety management system aimed at preventing food borne hazards after product consumption. This system of standard is generic and can be applied to an organization of any size. There are eight key clauses that define the ISO 22000 Standards. Clause 1 to 3 define Normative Reference, Scope, Terms, and Definition whereas Clauses 4 to 8 define Management responsibility, Food Safety management system, Resource Management, Planning, Realization of safety products, Verification, and improvement of food safety.
Due to continuous consumer demand for safe food., development of numerous food safety standards has taken place.To meet the need for international harmonization food safety standards ISO developed ISO 22000.
ISO 22000 is intended to define the requirements for companies that desire to exceed the regulatory requirements for food safety.
Benefits of ISO 22000:2015 Certification:
- Structured and logical approach to maintaining food safety.
- Easy access to the international markets
- Confronts the major issues that are related to food supply and contributes to the performance of the company’s business.
- Clear communication in the supply chain.
- Control of the food hazards
- Identification of the food safety impact on the organization as Food safety risk management.
- Compliance to the legal terms.
- Reduction in the costs due to use of more efficient system.