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Posted 20 May 2021 - 07:43 PM

FSSC Development Program: a stepping stone program to reach FSSC 22000 certification
 
Taking Place:
Friday, June 04, 2021
 
Presenter:
Cor Groenveld, Market Development Director FSSC 22000
 
Webinar Overview:
Foundation FSSC offers a complete certification Scheme for the auditing and certification of Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS). FSSC 22000 uses ISO standards like ISO 22000 for FSMS and the ISO 22002 series for Prerequisite Programs (PRPs).
 
The Foundation also initiated the FSSC Development Program. This stepping stone program can be used by food organizations that are not able to achieve FSSC 22000 certification at once. The program can be used by the many SMEs that play a very important role in the provision of safe food. The scope of the program is manufacturing of food and food ingredients and it is recently extended to catering and retail.
 
This presentation explains the program and also how it can be used by food organizations in their vendor assurance programs. It also covers case studies of organizations that are assessed against the Development Program.
 
 

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