ISO 22000 for Managers
The internationally-recognised ISO 22000 food-safety management system enables companies to plan, implement, operate, maintain and update their food-safety management system to ensure safe products.
The general misconception is that ISO 22000 is a combination of HACCP and ISO 9001. However, this is not the case as ISO 22000 is a standard (which emphasises food safety throughout the food chain) that contains certain ISO 9001 standard elements. The course addresses management’s responsibility in implementing and maintaining an ISO 22000 food-safety management system.
To equip the participant with the knowledge and skills required to implement an ISO 22000 system. At the conclusion of the course, participants will:
- Be familiar with ISO 22000 clauses pertaining to management involvement and responsibilities
- Manage the ISO 22000 system more effectively
- Understand implementation constraints
- Background to the standard
- Comparing systems
- Overview of ISO 22000 clauses
- Discussing clause 5 (which includes management responsibilities and commitment, food safety policy and management planning, responsibilities and authorities, the food safety team leader, communication, emergency preparedness and management review)
- Allocation of resources
- Implementation constraints.
A certificate of attendance will be issued once the course has been successfully completed.
- CEO/GM/operational managers
- Group food safety co-ordinators
- Business owners.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown, we are not currently running face-to-face training. However, a number of our courses are running online - either by way of webinar-style training or learn-at-your-own-pace courses. Get in touch with our team via the link below to discuss training availability and options to suit your needs.