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Description: FSSC 22000 is a certification Scheme for the auditing and certification of Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS). To become certified, organizations need to meet:

1. the requirements of ISO 22000
2. the applicable sector-specific technical specification for PRPs
3. FSSC 22000 additional requirements.

ISO 22000 is the international standard for Food Safety Management Systems. One of the unique characteristics of ISO 22000 is that the standard meets the ISO Harmonized Structure for Management System standards. The Harmonized Structure ensures that all ISO Management Standards meet several common requirements. An essential part of these requirements is the Management System elements. This presentation will identify and explain essential Management System elements and how they contribute to the effective management of Food Safety throughout the food supply chain.

Also, the other ISO Management System standards like ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001 meet with the Harmonized Structure, making it much more easy to have an integrated Management System (IMS), not only covering Food Safety but also other risk areas like Quality, Social Responsibility, and Environment.

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