Certification against ISO 22000: 2005 demonstrates your commitment to food safety and customer satisfaction, as well as helping you to protect your brand and corporate image.
ISO 22000: 2005 is an international certification standard that defines the requirements for effective food safety management systems. It can be used by organisations throughout the supply chain - from farmers and ingredient suppliers, to food services, processors, transportation and storage companies, retailers and packaging companies.
-interactive communication, internationally and across the supply chain.
-compliance with the HACCP principals - hazard analysis, identify critical control points (CCP's), establish critical links, monitor CCP's, establish corrective action, record keeping, verification.
-harmony with voluntary and prerequisite standards.
-a structure that's aligned with ISO 9001: 2000.
The reputation of ISO and the international recognition of the food safety management systems that ISO 22000: 2005 brings, improves your profile and credibility. What's more, it provides a harmonised standard that's accepted the world over. By integrating management system principles, with hazard control methodologies and applications, ISO 22000: 2005 is easier to understand, apply and recognise. It also helps you to ensure compliance with all food safety legislations and reduces the risk of penalties and possible litigation. Demonstrating a real commitment to global food safety can transform your corporate image and act as an effective entry-to-market tool, in addition to enhancing your product quality and safety.
Certifying your food safety management systems through SGS will help your organisation develop and improve performance.
· Your ISO 22000: 2005 Food Safety Management Systems certificate from SGS enables you to demonstrate strong commitment to food safety when bidding for international contracts or expanding locally to accommodate new business.
· Regular assessment performed by SGS helps you to continually use, monitor and improve your food safety management systems and processes. This improves the reliability of your internal operations to meet customer requirements, as well as overall performance. You may also gain a significant improvement in staff motivation, commitment and understanding of their responsibility in producing, processing, transporting or handling safe food.