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Posted 04 December 2007 - 09:31 PM

Dear All :welcome:

I am workin in a beverage industry as AM Quality Assurance, my organization is going for iso 22000 but i jwant to conduct a gap analysis which will definitly help in knowing the status of my plant quality.

Please help me in this regard ASAP. :helpplease:

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 06:44 PM

Hello Clostridium (botulinum?),

You can ask some quality agencies or consulting laboratories just for a gap analysis - lrqa, silliker, sgs...You have to keep in mind it's worth having their opinion even though you have to be careful with their opinion - because they will want to show you it's much more easy for you to go on with them!!

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 09:11 PM

Dear All :welcome:

I am workin in a beverage industry as AM Quality Assurance, my organization is going for iso 22000 but i jwant to conduct a gap analysis which will definitly help in knowing the status of my plant quality.

Please help me in this regard ASAP. :helpplease:

Clostridium

Hello Clostridium, You need to get hold of a copy of the standard. With some effort and perhaps a little help from the good people here, you may convert each requirement of ISO 22000 into a question for your gap analysis. Either that or you will need to purchase a pre-prepared gap analysis checklist. They are available on the internet. I may be wrong, but I doubt anybody will give you a gap analysis checklist for nothing. Although the generosity of the people who frequent these forums often astounds me.

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Posted 05 December 2007 - 09:26 PM

Hello,

I don't know if it is possible to give direct link to a commercial site - not mine - .
http://www.praxiom.c...00-overview.htm
A sample gap analysis :
http://www.praxiom.c...20QUESTIONNAIRE

This link could be a good start for this. When ISO 9001:2000 was published at first, I had utilised their check lists .

I know this is a commercial site , free samples are still usable though.

Kara



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Posted 06 December 2007 - 01:00 AM

Hello Clostridium, You need to get hold of a copy of the standard. With some effort and perhaps a little help from the good people here, you may convert each requirement of ISO 22000 into a question for your gap analysis. Either that or you will need to purchase a pre-prepared gap analysis checklist. They are available on the internet. I may be wrong, but I doubt anybody will give you a gap analysis checklist for nothing. Although the generosity of the people who frequent these forums often astounds me.

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Simon


Thanks simon

Your idea is quite great to consider each cause of the standard as a question. i will try it out and respond you soon.

once again thanks


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Posted 06 December 2007 - 01:02 AM

Hello,

I don't know if it is possible to give direct link to a commercial site - not mine - .
http://www.praxiom.c...00-overview.htm
A sample gap analysis :
http://www.praxiom.c...20QUESTIONNAIRE

This link could be a good start for this. When ISO 9001:2000 was published at first, I had utilised their check lists .

I know this is a commercial site , free samples are still usable though.

Kara


I have already gone through these samples thanks for qoting those. have you implemented iso22000 at your facility or not?

Regards

Clostridium


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Posted 25 November 2009 - 05:11 AM

Dear ngodavinet,

It somewhat depends what you are looking for ?. :smile:

The above linked example is a typical example of a complete chunk of a gap analysis, the remainder is constructable similarly. It is not intended to be interpretive but only to allow you to compare yr existing setup so as to identify the “gaps”. Unfortunately, the iso 22000 standard has so many sub-codicils that the result looks like a maze.

Here is a similar but much condensed (particularly at the end :smile: ) version –

Attached File  ISO_22000_condensed_Check_List_.doc   206KB   361 downloads

If any interest, a detailed overview of the standard is –

Attached File  Overview_interpretation_of_iso_22000.pdf   143.25KB   329 downloads

And a more descriptive summary of some selected contents –

Attached File  How_iso_22000_integrates_haccp___article.asp.htm   36.05KB   244 downloads

Rgds / Charles.C


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Posted 26 November 2009 - 11:03 AM

Dear Charles,

Good links indeed! Valuable and concise checklist and extensive information from IRCA document. :thumbup:
Only few important areas in checklist that requires somewhat more elaboration include:
Validation of Control Measures Combination
Monitoring Control – Monitoring and Measurement
Evaluation of Individual Verification Results
Analysis of Results of Verification Activities
Continual Improvement
Updating the FSMS


Moreover the link to the article was not working properly. I have searched that and pasting that link here:
http://www.foodsafet.......=1&sub=sub1

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Edited by Zeeshan, 26 November 2009 - 11:05 AM.


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Posted 26 November 2009 - 05:44 PM

Dear Zeeshan,

Thks for the amended link. The website here is refusing to fully co-operate with my FFox and Opera browsers at the moment. Probably hv too many documents on my computer. :smile:

Rgds / Charles.C


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Posted 27 November 2009 - 04:51 PM

How about some feedback Ngodavinet? The guys have put some good research in and provided you with plenty of documents.

What do you think?

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Posted 16 April 2016 - 10:31 AM

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