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ISO 22000 is an international standard that defines the requirements of a food safety management system covering all sizes of all organizations throughout the food chain.
With a greater focus on risk-based thinking and aligned to ISO’s high level structure, the new ISO 22000 Food Safety Management Systems can deliver additional benefits to organizations of all sizes throughout the food chain:
Organizations currently certified to ISO 22000:2005 will have three years to transition to the new standard.
Used by organizations across the food chain to help deliver food that’s safe to eat, ISO 22000:2018 is an excellent framework to help implement a food safety management system (FSMS).
How food is grown, transported, manufactured and even consumed has changed significantly since the original standard was published over a decade ago. The new standard considers these changes and aims to help organizations reduce food safety hazards.
In addition to making ISO 22000 and the resulting FSMS easier to integrate with other ISO management systems, the new version of the standard also introduces the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) cycle and risk-based thinking. By combining PDCA and risk-based thinking to manage business risk with HACCP to identify, prevent and control food safety hazards, ISO 22000 helps organizations to reduce exposure to risk and improve safety.
Our CEO Brief provides the key facts about the changes to the standard so that you can start preparing your senior leadership team today.
For guidance only, the ISO 22000 Mapping Guide è provides an overview of the changes, deletions, new or enhanced requirements.
Our ISO 22000 Implementation Guide è provides a clause by clause review of the new standard to help you prepare your organization for the journey ahead.
If you’d like to learn more about how the new standard will be structured our Introducing Annex SL Whitepaper can help è