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#1 Lelouch_rayne

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Posted 29 February 2016 - 05:17 AM

Hi guys,

 

 

We're planning on having a FSSC audit this year, and i'm totally have no idea on what i should do first. I tried reading the previous post in here but they are advanced and i can't keep up.

 

 

So, anyone knows any related literature or knowledge on the basic approach of FSSC 22000?

 

 

Any info would be useful.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Joan



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Posted 29 February 2016 - 06:38 AM

Hi Mary ,

OK If you are in a manufacturing plant you should comply with ISO 22002-1 ,

this checklist will help you for GAP assessment 

http://www.fssc22000...ppendix-iib.pdf

 

there is a supporting documents you should comply with :

 

- PAS 220: 2008

a ppt link can help to understand it 

http://www.powershow...pt_presentation

 

PAS 96: 2014 Food defense

http://www.food.gov....ction-guide.pdf

 

 

Do not worry you can prepare your system , PRP's and perfprm a gap assessment in FSCC called stage 1  , in this step the expert will explain the gaps for you and support you with the gaps before the audit

 

review the flow diagram 

http://www.fssc22000...015-english.pdf

 

 

this Q&A can help

http://www.fssc22000...q.xml?lang=en#5

 

 

Finally this is the technical details will be here 

 

http://www.fssc22000...2_v3.2_2015.pdf

 

 

Hope this is simple and satisfactory ,

Good luck,

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Posted 29 February 2016 - 09:39 AM

Hi Joan,

 

I assume you now appreciate the linkage between fssc22000, iso22000, and iso22002-1

 

Maybe you could post a gap analysis(es) to indicate which parts you don’t understand.

 

Two, afaik, effective gaplists for fssc22000 ( iso22000 / iso22002-1) are here –

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...ist/#entry89483

 

The following items are all, afaik, intended to be basic/informative –

 

(1) The 2 attachments in this post –

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...000/#entry29329

 

(2) These two files-

 

Attached File  fsms1 - Iso22000.pdf   3.01MB   81 downloads

Attached File  fsms2 - ISO22000, didier blanc.pdf   275.29KB   67 downloads

 

(3) I already posted a possible (many others are equally acceptable) manual structure for fssc22000 in yr previous related thread –

http://www.ifsqn.com...ual/#entry98487

 

(4) i would also suggest you have a look at the introductory system samples  which are  offered for the  IFSQN/iso/fssc 22000 systems as previously mentioned by Simon.

 

@Ehab Nassar - yr  2nd link appears to be non-functional ?


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Posted 05 March 2016 - 09:55 AM

Hi Joan,

 

Were the links / attachments any use or are you still looking for more ?

 

(I posted another quite useful-looking checklist for iso22002-1 in a thread recently)


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Posted 07 March 2016 - 12:38 AM

Hi Charles and Ehab,

 

 

Thank you for all your post. Right now, I can't read them all. I have a lot of things to do, first thing first, we will have organic certification next week. But once i read all of this and have any questions, I'll get back to this thread.

 

 

Thanks again, really appreciate it guys  :rock: .

 

 

Best regards,

 

Joan






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