Certify your food safety management system’s compliance with the ISO 22000 standard, an essential international baseline for identifying and managing food safety hazards.
ISO 22000 Certification is a risk management tool designed for all players in the agri-food chain. It ensures the safety of foodstuffs and the supply of safe products to consumers in order to meet European health regulations.
ISO 22000 certification confirms that your organization is in line with the requirements of standard ISO 22000 on the food safety management system. Standard ISO 22000 is based on HACCP (Hazard Analysis – Critical Control Point) principles.
The revised version of standard ISO 22000, published in 2018, simplifies the standard and sets out the terminology and definitions. It uses the same unified framework structure as that of the other ISO management system standards, thus improving their compatibility. ISO 22000:2018 promotes the process approach by using the PDCA cycle on two levels: one covers the overall food safety management system framework and the other is related to performing operational activities.
All companies directly or indirectly involved in the food chain, regardless of their size and complexity.
This includes, among other things:
Within your company:
Around your company:
Catering Technical Manager, and Patrick Masure, Catering and Nutrition Manager - Saint-Joseph Hospital in Marseille
“By continually analyzing any problems that arise, we limit the frequency of recurrence and manage our manufacturing processes in order to ensure food safety and quality. Patients are informed of this approach in the welcome booklet.”
QHSE Manager - Champagnes Piper-Heidsieck
“We do not know how it will go, and there is some apprehension about the answers we will give. But the auditor is not administering an exam.” Her role is to lead the company to ask itself the right questions, in order to improve the organization in place and the quality of the activities concerned.”
Pre-diagnosis to understand the principles of the audit and maximize your chances of obtaining certification.
Your auditor interviews your teams and analyzes your practices and data with regard to the requirements of the standard.
Presentation summarizing the audit findings and delivery of the audit report.
AFNOR Group grants your certificate and logo for three years.
A follow-up audit is carried out each year, and a renewal audit every three years.
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