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Twinkle

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Posted 12 October 2021 - 12:40 PM

Good day

Please can some one assist me with a master document matrix for FSSC 22000, meaning for Each clause of ISO 22000, Iso 22002-1 & FSSC   22000 additional requirements, what document is required ie Policy, Procedure, Form etc

Hope this makes sense

 

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Posted 12 October 2021 - 12:55 PM

We're FSSC 22k.   I don't know what you mean exactly.   Do you want like a listing of ALL docs?    That would be a lot, and will vary depending on what you do, etc.  


Here's a screen shot of my FSSC folder, and each sub-folder contains tons of docs.    If you can be more specific maybe?

 

 

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Posted 12 October 2021 - 01:16 PM

Hi

 

I have attached an example

 

I just want to check if I have the right type of documents thats required

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Posted 12 October 2021 - 02:12 PM

I don't have any documents called 'matrix', but that's just me.  I don't note a difference between procedure and SOP.   Same thing imho.  For me a procedure has actual instructions on how to work through a procedure.   So for instance, I wouldn't call 'Organization Structure' a procedure.   It's just a list of your employee hierarchy, no?

I don't have a list like the one you shared, I have forms, which are notated as such in the header of the paperwork.   Same for SOPs, PRP, OPRP, etc etc.



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Posted 12 October 2021 - 02:26 PM

I don't have any documents called 'matrix', but that's just me.  I don't note a difference between procedure and SOP.   Same thing imho.  For me a procedure has actual instructions on how to work through a procedure.   So for instance, I wouldn't call 'Organization Structure' a procedure.   It's just a list of your employee hierarchy, no?

I don't have a list like the one you shared, I have forms, which are notated as such in the header of the paperwork.   Same for SOPs, PRP, OPRP, etc etc.

 

MdaleDDF- do you have a document that has the clauses and then your document reference for that clause?

 

Maybe Im using the wrongs words to describe what Im looking for lol

 

Let me see if I can put my image to words......

 

Clause 4.1 Context of Organisation- Document Reference : Procedure 4.1 & Diagram 3, Form 2.3  , thats just a vague example

 

Hope it makes sense now







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