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Lion Maru

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Posted 21 February 2005 - 10:30 AM


Into my last 3 days at work - so this really is my last post.

2 latest documents circulated to the ISO Working Groups. First an Excel sheet comparing the clauses for ISO 9001, ISO/DIS 22000, BRC and IFS (bear in mind that this was created before the WG meeting in Jan. As a result the FDIS may have been expanded to cover a number of the gaps in the clauses).

Secondly a Powerpoint presentation giving the current state of play of ISO 22000.

You never know - I may pop back from time to time once I've started my new job.


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Posted 21 February 2005 - 10:44 AM

Wow LM what a parting shot. Thank you so much for the great documents and for all of your valuable contributions to the forums. They should keep us going for a while.

You never know  - I may pop back from time to time once I've started my new job.

You'd better! Good luck in your new job mate, I'm sure you will be a great success.



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Posted 21 February 2005 - 10:50 AM

You never know  - I may pop back from time to time once I've started my new job.

Lion Maru,

thank you very much for your excellent contribution to SDF :clap:

Wish you all the best for your future :beer:

Hope to meet you again in SDF, we never know :crybaby:


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Posted 24 February 2005 - 11:09 AM

Hi LM,

All the best. Do drop by when time permits. We'll miss your contribution.

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