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#1 Steffie

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 04:52 PM

Good afternoon everyone,

Can anyone explain to me what the advantages are of ISO22000 in relation to HACCP (Codex Alimentarius).

Thank you in advance!

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 07:26 PM

Good afternoon everyone,

Can anyone explain to me what the advantages are of ISO22000 in relation to HACCP (Codex Alimentarius).

Thank you in advance!

Steffie

 

Dear Steffie,

 

In the context of yr question, ISO22000 is a System for FSMS. Codex-HACCP is a system of  FS

 

ISO22000 is based on ISO-HACCP + (approx.) MS(ISO9001)

 

(Codex) HACCP is based on (Codex) HACCP. :smile:

 

So the difference is that (a) the HACCP methodologies differ and (b) iso22000 includes an ISO-Management System

 

Any (ISO22000) advantage therefore depends on yr preference for ISO-HACCP vs Codex-HACCP (opinions vary) and whether you seek a ISO-MS.

 

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Posted 28 January 2015 - 08:04 PM

Depending on your industry sector FSSC 22000 may be a better alternative to either....

 

As that standard includes sector specific requirements, so it is much more prescribed/detailed, relevant and easier to follow for your particular business.

 

Less guesswork.

 

Oh and it is GFSI approved (for fairness like SQF, BRC, IFS et al)


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