With emerging challenges in the food industry, many organizations are adopting food safety system on a wider basis. There also is increasing public health concern about chemical contamination of food. Another important factor is that the size of the food industry and the diversity of products and processes have grown tremendously – both domestic and imported.
Traditionally, industry and regulators have depended on spot-checks of manufacturing conditions and random sampling of final products to ensure safe food. This approach, however, tends to be reactive, rather than preventive, and can be less efficient than the new system. Over a period of time, a new management system for food safety has evolved as ISO 22000:2005. More and more industries are adopting it as complimentary to the QMS, thereby deriving multiple benefits.
Achieving ISO 22000 Certification
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- ✓Our leading auditors will devise a comprehensive assessment program which will be agreed in line with your FSMS requirements.
- ✓Eligibility for submitting tenders or proposals for projects.
- ✓Increased customer confidence and satisfaction
- ✓Aids compliance with legal requirements related to the food safety
- ✓Improve profitability through hazard control
- ✓Guarantees high quality of provided services and products
- ✓Can boost your organisation’s brand reputation and be a useful promotional tool, especially when going up against competitors who aren’t certified
- ✓Saves costs on fees and fines
- ✓Helps maintain and improve your market position
- ✓Minimize corporate risk