ISO 22000:2018 Analysis and Transition Guide: Are You Ready for the New Standard?The new edition of the international food safety management system standard, ISO 22000:2018, enables organisations to demonstrate their ability to control food safety hazards...
Implementing a food safety management system that is recognised internationally can help build trust within the supply chain. ISO 22000:2018 incorporates the latest food safety requirements and responds to the global challenges facing the food industry. It uses the same high-level structure as other international standards, such as ISO 9001 (quality), ISO 14001 (environmental) and ISO 45001 (occupational health and safety), which makes ISO 22000 easier to integrate into a wider business management system – but it can equally be used as a standalone management system.Read Report
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This guide will help you to understand the new and changed requirements and what these mean for your organisation. It provides:
- An overview of ISO 22000:2018
- The key new elements and changes
- The organisational benefits of ISO 22000:2018
- How to achieve a smooth transition to ISO 22000:2018