ISO 22000 Revisions and Potential Impacts on FSSC 22000

In this on-demand webinar, food safety experts from Lloyd’s Register and FSSC team up to share their knowledge and insights on how the revisions to ISO 22000 may affect FSSC 22000.

Find out about the current status of the ISO 22000 revisions and some of the significant changes. Also, a food safety assessor and former operator of food safety management systems for many years shares considerations food manufacturers should consider approach implementation.

This on-demand webinar is covering

  • Implementation of High Level Structure (HLS)
  • Process & Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) approach
  • Risk based thinking
  • Introduction of significant hazards
  • PRP, OPRP and CCP definition clarity
  • Leadership and commitment

Webinar Recording

Your Speakers:

Speaker - Tim Ahn

Tim is responsible for the technical development of food safety assessment schemes, in addition to performing FSSC 22000, ISO 9001, and second party assessments.

Tim worked for Mars, Incorporated for over 25 years, where he was the Director of Quality and Food Safety for the Mars Global Chocolate Business. In this role Tim was responsible for food safety, quality assurance, regulatory compliance, and technical services for the global chocolate business of Mars, Incorporated. Tim has a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Delaware and is an IRCA certified Food Safety Management System auditor.

Speaker - Cor Groenveld

Cor is an independent consultant and supports organizations in the food supply chain to develop and improve their food safety and quality management systems. Cor holds a BSc degree in food technology and has extensive international experience in food safety and quality from working for a global certification organization for 22 years.

Cor is member of technical committees in ISO and the GFSI. He supported the development of the FSSC 22000 Scheme which provides a framework for effectively managing food safety and quality responsibilities. FSSC 22000 demonstrates a company has a robust and effective FSMS in place to meet the requirements of regulators, food business clients and consumers.