I didn't have the courage to put this into the proud I22k forum.
The road to ISO 22000:2005 certification starts with a Food Safety Policy that includes Prerequisite Programs, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and a subsequent HACCP Plan. In contrast to ISO 9001:2000, validation plays a part prior to verification. Food safety programs require validation of the hazard analysis and subsequent control measures prior to implementation of the policy. Only when all reasonable doubt of hazard introduction has been removed by validating the proposed process should a HACCP plan be implemented.
ISO 22000:2005 also introduces an Operational Prerequisite Program, which covers all facets of the food safety program identified by the hazard analysis that are unique to the organization’s processes and goes beyond the general Prospective Reimbursement Plans (PRPs) established in the beginning.
Actually the intentions of the item are rather good IMO but there are some definitely strange statements in it .
Rgds / Charles.C