HACCP or ISO 22000 - Food Safety Management


This heavily coveted standard was created by organisations to ensure that there is absolute safety in all the industries who are involved in the production and distribution of food. Now more than ever, people are genuinely concerned about how their food is produced and the International Organisation for Standardization has acknowledged this concern and has created ISO 22000 FMS for the vast improvement in food quality and the environment in general.

What is an ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System?

An integral part of the ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System is the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), which is an internationally recognized system that has conceived several points for ensuring that the production process occurs with proper safety measures intact and all or any hazard scenarios are taken out of the question.

Principles of HACCP

  • Conduct a Hazard Analysis
  • Identify the Critical Points
  • Establishing a Limit
  • Establishing a Criteria
  • Establishing Monitoring Procedures
  • Establish Corrective Actions
  • Establish Record Keeping Procedures
  • Establish Verification Process.

The ISO 22000 is also perfect for companies who are seeking to integrate their food safety management system with the quality management system of the ISO 9001 Standards. Receiving an ISO 22000 Certification is not necessarily a cinch, in addition to conforming to the HACCP; you will need to have certain prerequisite measures to taken and documents to be assimilated.

We as ISO Consultants for the ISO 22000 FMS will be bringing into the table years of experience, and will device comprehensive strategies to imbue your organisation with the complete skill set, and also for bringing it up to speed so as to comply with all the HACCP Principles and the Food Safety Management System standards. When you are certified with the ISO 22000 FMS, your conscience will be clear and the customers will absolutely be satisfied.

Benefits of ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System

  • Consistent Products
  • Cost Efficient
  • Liability
  • Stakeholder Confidence
  • Innovation in Process
  • Accountability
  • Continuous Improvement