Food Safety Management expressed the common requirements, rather than for any of the food chain of the specific requirements of organizations. Which is applicable to all in the food chain to establish systems to ensure food safety organizations, regardless of their size, type and the provision of products. It is suitable for manufacturers of agricultural products, animal feed manufacturers, food manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers. It also applies to food-related equipment suppliers, logistics suppliers, packaging material suppliers, agro-chemicals and food additives suppliers, covering food service providers and restaurants.
    Benefits of achieving certification to ISO 22000 include:

    ◆ Customer satisfaction – through delivery of products that consistently meet customer requirements including quality, safety and legality

    ◆ Reduced operating costs – through continual improvement of processes and resulting operational efficiencies

    ◆ Operational efficiencies – by integrating pre-requisite programs (PRP’s & OPRP’s), HACCP with the Plan-Do-Check-Act philosophies of ISO 9001 to increase the effectiveness of the Food Safety Management System

    ◆ Improved stakeholder relationships – including staff, customers and suppliers

    ◆ Legal compliance – by understanding how statutory and regulatory requirements impact the organization and its customers and testing compliance through internal audits and management reviews

    ◆ Improved risk management – through greater consistency and traceability of product

    ◆ Proven business credentials – through independent verification against recognized standards

    ◆ Ability to win more business – particularly where procurement specifications require certification as a condition to supply

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    ◆ Factual approach to decision making

    ◆ Mutually beneficial supplier relationships