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Posted 09 January 2007 - 02:05 PM

Suppose a company has to make infrastructural changes before Certification to ISO 22000, Can this be identified as an Objective ?? (Clause 5.2f)



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Posted 09 January 2007 - 08:46 PM

Suppose a company has to make infrastructural changes before Certification to ISO 22000, Can this be identified as an Objective ?? (Clause 5.2f)

Hi Shaktinayak,

Of course it's an objective, but I do not believe it is the kind of measurable objective as required by ISO 22000. There are some previous discussions around this subject here:

Measurable Objectives for a Food Safety Policy

Feel free to ask further questions Shaktinayak.

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 02:29 PM

Hi Shaktinayak,

Of course it's an objective, but I do not believe it is the kind of measurable objective as required by ISO 22000. There are some previous discussions around this subject here:

Measurable Objectives for a Food Safety Policy

Feel free to ask further questions Shaktinayak.

Regards,
Simon

Hello

Yes, a first 'measurable' objective of the food safety program is to Plan and Implement a food safety management system that meets the intent of ISO 22000.

Other specific objectives will have to be identified and that will be easier to do after you have implemented and operated within the ISO 22000 system.

Cheers
Lorne





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