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Charles Chew

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Posted 20 June 2005 - 04:28 AM

The FDIS 22000:2005 does not have the "Decision Tree" for categorization of "Operational" and Infrastructure / Maintenance PRPs anymore.

Thank goodness - I was getting more confused than enlightened with the PRP decision tree and was wondering when would all these "intellectual interventions" going to stop.

We are now back to the sane world of just Operational PRP when some great minds decided - hey!...they all mean the same thing............which is what we have been doing all along w/o the demarcation of PRP categorization and everything is honky dory!

So, the question now is what is Operational PRPs versus just PRPs?

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Posted 20 June 2005 - 08:02 PM

The FDIS 22000:2005 does not have the "Decision Tree" for categorization of "Operational" and Infrastructure / Maintenance PRPs anymore.

I know its history now Charles but do you have any idea on their reasoning for trying to separate "Operational" and "Infrastructure / Maintenance" PRPs?

So, the question now is what is Operational PRPs versus just PRPs?

Time to get FDIS out of the draw I feel.

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Simon

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