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Posted 04 September 2004 - 07:48 AM

Important Read Me
Good Posting Tips (GPT)

As the ISO 22000 Forum begins to grow it is very important that we organise and maintain the information as logically as possible. This will help others to find information more easily.

Please observe the following 'Good Posting Tips':

1. Before posting look through the previous topics to see if there is already discussion on the area you wish to discuss, if there is add your comments to it. If not start a new topic.

2. Use a good descriptive title for your new topic e.g. 7.3.4 Intended Use - Must consider mishandling and misuse.

That's all. What we don't want is one big long topic that goes from one subject to another. And that's what was happening with the ‘latest update' topic.

Thanks for your cooperation. :D


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Simon Timperley
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