This two-day course is certified by Exemplar Global under the TPECS scheme, and
meets the knowledge criteria requirements for Food Safety Management Systems that
can be applied to all auditor grades. This seminar fully covers the ISO 22000:2005
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.
Attendees who successfully demonstrate competence during this course will achieve
a Certificate of Attainment for the following competency units:
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for Food Quality Assurance Managers, Food Safety Implementation
Team Members, and Management Representatives.
Recommended Training and/or Experience
A generalunderstanding of ISO 22000:2005 is recommended.
Each participant will receive a seminar manual.
- Identify food safety hazards that are reasonably expected to occur for the food
- Assess the significance of identified hazards in the context of the organizationâ€™s
food safety management system.
- Assess the effectiveness of methodologies to control food safety hazards.
- Identify all integrated schemes and procedures used by the organization to achieve
food safety objectives.
- Determine the adequacy and effectiveness of a food safety scheme.
- Understand the application of HACCP theory and principles to individual food businesses.
- Understand the application of food safety management systems as it relates to ISO
- Introduction and Welcome
- The Challenge for the Food Sector
- Overview of FSSC 22000
- Overview of ISO 22000:2005 Requirements
- Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) â€“ Codex Alimentarius
- Breakout Exercise 1: Hazard Analysis
- Breakout Exercise 2: Hazard Plan
- Breakout Exercise 3: HACCP Plan
- Breakout Exercise 4: Putting a HACCP Plan Together
- Prerequisite Programs (PRPs) â€“ ISO/TS 22002
- Breakout Exercise 5: Documentation Review