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ISO 22000 FSMS CERTIFICATION

Get Certified by following the steps below

Jack Sekhon and Associates helps your organization to get certified to ISO 22000 Standard by following steps identified below:

Step 1: Scope and Training – Identify the scope of ISO 22000 based on geographical and process boundaries as well as products/services. Get training on ISO 22000 Standard to understand ISO 22000 requirements, process approach and risk-based thinking. (5 % of overall work required)-JSA Led

Step 2Gap Analysis – Conduct a gap analysis of your current food safety practices against ISO 22000 requirements. (5 % of overall work required) – JSA Led

Step 3: ISO 22000 based FSMS Design – Design the ISO 22000 based FSMS by establishing documented information required by your organization based on process approach and risk-based thinking. The documented information could include scope, Food safety Manual, Food safety policy, Food safety objectives, Food Safety Hazards Identification/Analysis, Food Safety Legal Register, Food Safety System Procedures, Food Safety Operating Procedures, Food Safety Operating Instructions and supporting tools such as forms, templates, checklists, and databases. (60 % of overall work required)- JSA Led

Step 4: ISO 22000 based FSMS Implementation – Implement the FSMS by following established documented information and retaining records of implementation. This can be done through employee/management implementation questionnaires and assisting as necessary. (10 % of overall work required) – JSA Led

Step 5: Internal Evaluation – Train internal auditors. Conduct internal audits and address identified gaps through NCRs. Conduct management review and develop/implement action items arising from management review. (5 % of overall work required)- JSA Led 

Step 6: Stage 1 External Evaluation – External Registrar auditor conducts Documentation and Readiness Stage 1 audit and issues report-Address any identified issues. (5 % of overall work required)- External Registrar Led

Step 7: Stage 2 External Evaluation – External Registrar auditor conducts stage 2 Implementation Effectiveness audit and issues report. Address any identified issues. (10 % of overall work required)- External Registrar Led

Step 8: External Registrar issues Certification – The organization submits documented information demonstrating the issues have been addressed. Upon acceptance, external registrar issues Certification of your organization`s FSMS to ISO 22000 Standard. 

Step 9: Sustain the Certified FSMS – The organization maintains the FSMS. External registrar conducts annual surveillance audits and 3-year recertification.

Certification is a useful tool to add credibility, by demonstrating that your workplace health & safety is compliant with applicable legislation and is proactive, rather than being reactive. Every organization in the food chain is legally mandated to the requirements as applicable for their food sector.  

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