ISO 22000:2018 explained in 25 diagrams
After the success of the first launch (September 2018) it was time to updated the e-book content with more diagrams and guidance based on what we have learned so far and the new ISO 22000 Handbook published by ISO.
"A practical guide to adopt the changes to the amended ISO22000-2018 standards. The e-book offers a helpful gap analysis between old and new standard and simplifies the technical jargons used in the guidelines to make for a user friendly resource of information with use cases for operational environments." Marcel Kofler, Global Project Leader, F&B Systems Transformation, Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group
ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System used globally to promote food safety. This e-book includes guidance on the Food Safety Management System (including main changes introduced by the 2018 version), but also a new approach to the standard, utilizing 25 diagrams to get a clearer picture of its clauses. You will also know my 7 steps to determine if a Control Measure can be managed as a OPRP or as CCP.
In the picture above you can see the section where I explain the 7 steps.
But that's not all! Within ISO 22000:2018 Explained in 25 Diagrams you will also find an interview with Mr. Dimitris Katsieris. Dimitris, member of the ISO TC 34/SC17 (technical committee responsible for the ISO 22000 update), speaks about why ISO/TS 22000-x remains not mandatory, how to define when a control measure is managed by OPRPs or at CCPs, and specifically how Food Safety and Food Fraud is embedded in the new ISO 22000.
FSSC 22000 is based on ISO 22000. Therefore, we interviewed Mr. Aldin Hilbrands, Technical Director for FSSC 22000 responsible for all Scheme requirements and IT. Aldin speaks about his viewpoint on the new ISO 22000 and the future of FSSC 22000.
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