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Posted 23 August 2019 - 07:36 PM

Implementing an ISO 22000:2018 Compliant Food Safety Management System

 

Taking place:

Friday, September 13, 2019 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time

This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start

 

Presenter:

Tony Connor, Chief Technical Advisor, IFSQN

 

Webinar Overview:

Based on over 25 years of working with FSMS requirements, this webinar will provide guidance to ISO 22000:2018 requirements and how to develop a food safety and quality management system compliant with ISO 22000:2018. The webinar will be useful to organisations wishing to comply with ISO 22000:2018. There will be practical examples demonstrated and a question and answer session to discuss any difficulties that you may have with complying with the requirements of the standard.

 

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Eliana  Carvajal : me 2! lol haccp has me stressed
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : for wheat mill are we should use water to clean equipment ?
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Simon Timperley : All templates are from the IFSQN ISO22k/2018 template system.  Link will be shared afterwards.
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Dhaval vyas : Should decision tree of HACCP has to be considered for CCP determination ?
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Sandy  Hext  : Can you use Pestle when determining external and internal issues?
Muhammad Zubair Butt : i hve the same question (dhaval ) can any one tel Should decision tree of HACCP has to be considered for CCP determination
PATRICK  VUNDI : To address requirements of clause 4.1 you can use SWOT analysis to come up with internal issues and use PESTLE  for external issues.
Lili emera : i took it the lecture at colllege
Sandy  Hext  : Hi Patrick, thank you that is what I have done :-)
Muhammad Zubair Butt : good question dhaval
John Elwer : Ioannis G. The FDA released a guidance document for FSMA. Appendix 1 is what FDA inspectors use to decide if you have determined hazards applicable to your process. https://www.fda.gov/...rols-human-food
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : what is relation between analysis and chose number of important for control this point or not?
Muhammad Zubair Butt : can anyone ans. that should decision tree of HACCP has to be considerd for critical control point determination.?
hamid ziena : Are allergen , GMO and food fraud  important in performing Hazard Analysis?
ketevan tsulaia : HACCO decision tree should not be used for control measures categorisation because codex tree doesnt contain OPRPs
Pratiwi Isnaeni : thankyou, John
Ioannis G : John Elwer..Thnx for the information!
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : what is relation between hazard analysis and chose this point is important to control i.e..turn number  severity to be imp?
Dhaval vyas : Thanks ketevan for clarification on decision tree
PATRICK  VUNDI : Decision tree will be used to determine if a given step is a ccp. Alternatively risk factor can be used
hamid ziena : or just the three biological, chemical and physical ?
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : when i say pro or oprp for operation?
Hlonipani Nleya : i use the CODEX decision tree to determine CCPs. I have been using for it for years surely some tool has been developed thats better than the decision tree, but i have not seen anything different, just various version of the CODEX CCP determination decision tree. Anyone using something new and fresh?
Maria Krawec : I need more guidance - to add a decision tree question to clearly identify OPRPs from CCPs. 
Dhaval vyas : Diff between OPRP and CCP ?
Muhammad Zubair Butt : thanks ketevan!
JOSEPH ADEWUYI : Joseph From Lagos
Maria Krawec : If looking fro another version of a decision tree, Google "Canada FSEP Form 8".  It is another version, based on Codex, but I find it easier to use.
Hlonipani Nleya : @Maria will look that one up
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : when say opera or cup?
Narongchai Yookittichai : ISO 22000:2018 requires the analysis of biological / chemical (incl, radiological) / physical / allergen hazards. For EMA or food fruad / malicious contamination can be added if the operational level - risk analysis reveals that both of them are required by interested parties.
Michael Rodriguez : Is there any requirements for design and development of special food product re customer requirements or not?
FON JULIUS NJI : Thanks alot Simon for making provision for slides, ceetificates and.recordings,  quite breaky.from my end
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : when say ccp or oprp and are we must be have limit for oprp?
Sandy  Hext  : ABD nope action criterion
Narongchai Yookittichai : CCP requires the critical limit and oPRP now requires "action criterion".
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : when we use magnet as ccp how can we make limit for it
SHAVEZ AKHTAR : how can we set the ccp , oprp and prp on the basisof decision tree ?
Nassejje  sylivia Hope : thanks simon for the good work done
Leslie Parker : Flash Video file not found
Sandy  Hext  : Magnet should rather be an OPRP
Joy Abimbola : Hello all, we make spices ans]d seasonings for the butchery/meat industry. Could our addition of  preservatives to the seasoning become a CCP to our FSMS or would it be CCP for the butcher/meat producer?
PATRICK  VUNDI : No sound
Dhaval vyas : OPRP can be both measurable /observable...so its confusing
Simon Timperley : Leslie use google chrome or firefox, internet explorer does not work.
John Elwer : I consider an OPRP to be a control, that if fails, does not require a full reinspection or retest of the product. Just a fix to the control.
Narongchai Yookittichai : CCP is the same as "Process PC" and oPRP looks like other PCs in HARPC.
Mike Tsai : CCP與“Process PCâ€ç›¸åŒï¼ŒoPRP看起來åƒHARPC中的其他PC。
Mike Tsai : YOU R RIGHT
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : are magnet in last step of production can use as ccp
Narongchai Yookittichai : CCP is only the "process step" in the flow diagram.
Dhaval vyas : No John..I disagree for your interpretation of OPRP
JOSEPH ADEWUYI : Joseph From Lagos
Dawlat KHAN : thanks
Hlonipani Nleya : @narongchai that is not correct
SHAVEZ AKHTAR : please explain procedure of product recall
Nassejje  sylivia Hope : hello everyone , nice connecting with you
PATRICK  VUNDI : use of magnets as ccp might be tricky since it is impossible to get real time results for metal fillings so its best adopted as  an OPRP
Nassejje  sylivia Hope : my network is kinda poor.
Dhaval vyas : Yup,..CCP has to be essentially " step in process "
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : if employee is package product this step is ccp turn to cross-contamination
umed singh : this session is very helpful understanding the new standards
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : are iso 22000 have fraud plan?
Sivaram Selvarajan : Dear Friends from Worldwide ...so nice connecting with you all.
Dhaval vyas : Agree on magnet as OPRP-fully
Narongchai Yookittichai : @Hlonipani Nleya, anything wrong?
Mike Tsai : @Abd El-Rahman El-Garh  no
Mohammad  Shahrukh : please elaborate the difference between ISO22000 & FSSC 22000
John Elwer : Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy Yes, food fraud prevention is required under FSSC 22000.
Ivar P Brandt : Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy.. There is a device that measures the pull/strength of a magnet. The pull force is mesured in Gauss, thus a Gaussmeter is needed.
Deborah Lyons-Garcia : Hello Colton, CA
Robyn Wallace : So, if we are already ISO 9000 and FSSC 22000 (old standard) certified, what, in your opinion, should we focus on?
G Vigneshwaran : Is live insects comes under physical hazard?
Bedananda Bhattarai : Very good presentation
Shahriar Ahmed : where can i get the pdf of today's Webiner ?
LEKHRAJ KATARIYA : Hi Sir
Arlene Hila : very good presentations
Janak Doshi : Can you clarify more on Externally developed elements of the food safety management system
Antonni Casapao : can anyone explain to me meaning of ECM in opportunity assessment please
LEKHRAJ KATARIYA : its a nice webnier
janice mabey : does animal feed refer to waste food going for animals to eat at a farm? Or only for pet food
Rajshree patel : very good information & presentation
Jennifer Anwar : do you expect ISO 22000 to be GFSI recognized at any point?
Ivar P Brandt : Tony.. great work! Thanks for the information!
John Elwer : Live insects would be a potential source of biological contamination. Bugs are safe to eat physically, but may carry pathogens.
Jessica Dorsey : Thank you!
Rajshree patel : are we getting Pdf of this web
Hlonipani Nleya : ISO 22000 VS FSSC 22000?
brittany jackson : what part of iso would be utilized for folding cartons? looking for indirect food contact
LEKHRAJ KATARIYA : can you elaborate more on what is difference between CCP & OPRP
M Lakshmanan  : sir can you pls give some examples on exterrnal and internal issues, risk and opportiniities
Pratiwi Isnaeni : could you please share Codex standard for critical limit of foreign material (magnet)? thankyou
Bilal Ijneid : whats the difference bet. CCP and OPRP ?
John Elwer : Hlonipani Nleya FSSC 22000 uses the ISO standard with additional requirements to make it GFSI compliant.
Hlonipani Nleya : Thanks
Kazeem Olawuyi : Is it possible to managing all the  identified  hazards at OPRP level, and not having any CCP
Joy Abimbola : Pls give examples on external,internal issues, risks and opportunities.
John Elwer : Kazeem Olawuyi, Yes.
Shahriar Ahmed : can you elaborate more on what is difference between PRP & OPRP
Janak Doshi : Need more clarification on the zoning of the Organization
ketevan tsulaia : Hello :) Could you please inform us about action criterion? How should it be expressed? I mean without measurable way of expression how can we describe them?
Kavindra Kumar : eloborate difference between preventive and corrective action
MANOJ CHANDRASHEKHAR : what are the documents and records that are to be maintained in the organization
Sureshkumar Chandran : Can ISO 22000':2018 be integrated with ISo 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001?
Nidhi Arora Khare : what is the difference in making HACCP plan in 2018 version from previous version
MUHAMMAD HASSAN SHAHZAD : can.you please suggest any changes in iso/ts 22002-1 expected in futire
RANIRISON Ndrina : 5- please, how do you summarize the implementation of the hazard analysis and control measure about bioterrorism hazard
Nassejje  sylivia Hope : Both OPRP and ccp should have limits ,the difference is that with the ccps once are not in acceptable range ,you cant do anything on the finished product apart from coming up with an corrective Action like recycling ,and so on, while for prps you can still find a quick action on the unacceptable before the final product, that is in a simple understanding
Devashree Kulkarni : what are the documents and records that are to be maintained
janice mabey : will there be any guidance coming on the "context of organization" or maybe a webinar coming to talk about only the changes to the standard
umed singh : is iso manual document is mandatory
Simon Timperley : https://www.ifsqn.co...agement-system/
G Vigneshwaran : why iso 22000 2018 is updated?
LEKHRAJ KATARIYA : HACCP & HARACP difference
Sophie Soumah : Thank you
Abd El-Rahman El-Garhy : maintinance plan imp for iso 22000?
eymard unisan : for the documentation part: was it still ok to use the iso22000:2005 documents and then do the additional lacking requirements to suit up for the current system?
Jennifer Anwar : thank you!
Shivshankar Morekar : Is FSMS manual mandatory in FSSC 22000?
Janhoi Kelly : Thank you.
Karnagie Govender : thanks Tony
Dennis Koupal : Great job guys!
Simin Ghaderi : Great webinar. Thank you very much.
Eliana  Carvajal : Thank you so much for this!
Pratiwi Isnaeni : thankyou so much, Mr.
MANOJ CHANDRASHEKHAR : Thanks a lot for this session
Megan Nafisse : Thank you
Devashree Kulkarni : Thanks !
LEKHRAJ KATARIYA : thankyou
Bedananda Bhattarai : Thank you
Naveen Nakka : thanks a lot
Sujatha Kumari : Thank you
Dhaval vyas : thanks
Steven Lashmar : Thanks so much Have a great weekend :)
Rushikesh Nagargoje : thanks a lot
Chibuta  Kangwa : thank you so much.
Peg Galloup : Fantastic information...Thank you
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Posted 13 September 2019 - 06:00 PM

Hi,

I like your presentation way,you did very well and all is understandable .Please i seen your presentation style but can you share all file on word so that we can get advantage and do our best practise in our industry.

 

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Posted 16 September 2019 - 01:18 PM

Hello all,

 

Based on the webminar 'Implementing an ISO 22000:2018 Compliant Food Safety Management System', these are my questions:

 

Firstly, We make spices and seasonings for the butchery/meat industry. Could addition of  preservatives to the seasoning become a CCP for our hazard analysis or would it be CCP for the butcher/meat producer?

 

Secondly ISO 22000: 2005 Clause 7.4.4.1 or ISO 22000:2018 Clause 8.5.2.4.1 states; 'Based on the hazard assessment, the organization shall select an appropriate control measure or combination of control measures that will be capable of preventing or reducing the identified significant food safety hazards to defined acceptable levels.

The organization shall categorize the selected identified control measure(s) to be managed as OPRP(s) (see 3.30) or at CCPs (see 3.11).
 
Does this mean food safety hazards cannot be managed by PRP's / combination of PRP's?
 
 
To the IFSQN team; many thanks for this free webminar and many more of the like. 
 
 
 


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Posted 16 September 2019 - 03:24 PM

 

Hello all,

 

Based on the webminar 'Implementing an ISO 22000:2018 Compliant Food Safety Management System', these are my questions:

 

Firstly, We make spices and seasonings for the butchery/meat industry. Could addition of  preservatives to the seasoning become a CCP for our hazard analysis or would it be CCP for the butcher/meat producer?

It's likely to be a PRP in both cases.

 

Secondly ISO 22000: 2005 Clause 7.4.4.1 or ISO 22000:2018 Clause 8.5.2.4.1 states; 'Based on the hazard assessment, the organization shall select an appropriate control measure or combination of control measures that will be capable of preventing or reducing the identified significant food safety hazards to defined acceptable levels.

The organization shall categorize the selected identified control measure(s) to be managed as OPRP(s) (see 3.30) or at CCPs (see 3.11).
 
Does this mean food safety hazards cannot be managed by PRP's / combination of PRP's?
No. PRPs are typically generated prior to the determination of OPRP/CCPs
 
 
To the IFSQN team; many thanks for this free webminar and many more of the like. 

 


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Charles.C


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