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#26 Esther

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 12:39 PM

What is the place called where you live Esther it would be nice to know?


See this is why it's so good to come to the SDF; it could help you to get a job -
anyhow it certainly won't do you any harm to be at the forefront of food safety
standards.

Thanks for update from Spain Esther. :thumbup:


No that's not true James you're not dreaded; despised maybe but certainly not
dreaded. :lol2:


You are having a laugh aren't you?

Thanks for the world tour James it was very interesting. Feel free to keep us
updated with the developments your organisation is making with ISO 22000.

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Simon




Hello Simon

I live in Galicia, La Coruña in the very north west.

Regarding your second observation, I am just starting a new aventure. Visit www.standardcarracedo.es

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Posted 12 March 2006 - 08:54 PM

Regarding your second observation, I am just starting a new aventure. Visit www.standardcarracedo.es


Best of luck with your new venture Esther.

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Posted 28 September 2006 - 12:19 PM

HEllo everybody

I am writting from Spain, from the north-west.

Fithteen days ago I attended a seminar on ISO 22000 organised by a CB and a private organization.
A lot of audience but it seems to me that no one there had read the standard.

But, a few days ago I read in a newspaper a job offer and one of the requeriments was: ISO 22000 knowledge.

From my experience I can say that most of the managers have heard about ISO 22000 but nothing else.

The said CB is the same that has carried aut one or two ISO 22000 certification audits in spanish companies and they have been granted with a " provisional " certificate. Both, CB and companies are waiting for the release of ISO 20003 by the end of 2006 to get the final certificate.

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Hi Esther,
Very soon we have certification audit for ISO22k. What does ISO 20003 mean? I have just notice it.

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Posted 28 September 2006 - 07:04 PM

Hi Esther,
Very soon we have certification audit for ISO22k. What does ISO 20003 mean? I have just notice it.

Good luck Selminay, do let us know how you get on.

With regard to your question about ISO 22003 see this thread:

http://www.saferpak....?showtopic=1399

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Posted 09 October 2006 - 11:44 AM

Don't worry too much about draft ISO 22003 but rather make sure that your CB is registered with an AB to conduct ISO 22K Certification.......and not a CB that gives "provisional certificate" and of course make sure that you can a competent FSMS Food Auditor and not a "converted engineer auditor" as what Wayne had been emphasizing.

Draft ISO 22003 is for the CBs to worry about............its their rules and regulations they need to comply with if they want to stay in business.


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