استاندارد ISO 22000 سیستم مدیریت ایمنی مواد غذایی ابزاری برای مدیریت ریسك محسوب می شود كه منحصرا برای اطمینان یافتن صنایع غذایی از ایمنی محصولاتشان طراحی شده است. استاندارد ISO22000، استانداردی پایه ای است كه به سازمانها و شركتها این امكان را می دهد كه ریسكهای مربوطه را شناخته و آنها را به طور اثر بخش از نظر ایمنی و صرفه اقتصادی مدیریت كنند. دریافت گواهینامه بر اساس این استاندارد، رویكرد سازمان شما را از شیوه سنتی آزمون كیفیت به شیوه تفكر پیشگیرانه سوق می دهد. این استاندارد رویکردی سیستماتیک در اختیارتان قرار می دهد که کلیه جنبه های زنجیره غذا، از خرید مواد خام تا مصرف نهایی در رستوران، تهیه غذا(catering)، تولید تجهیزات، ماشین آلات و مواد شیمیایی، و بخش خدمات نظیر کنترل آفات، شستشو، حمل و نقل و تدارکات را تحت پوشش قرار می دهد. - استاندارد ISO 22000 چیست؟ استاندارد ISO 22000 با دیدگاه انطباق و سازگاری با سایر استانداردهای بین المللی سیستم مدیریت ISO 9001طراحی شده است. بنابراین این استاندارد برای هماهنگی و یکپارچه شدن با سیستمهای مدیریت موجود، ایده آل می باشد. استاندارد ISO 22000می تواند در تمامی سازمانها و شركتهایی كه به طور مستقیم و غیر مستقیم در زنجیره غذایی دخیلنـد، مورد استفاده قرار گیرد. این استاندارد به شما امكان ارزیابی و نشان دادن مطابقت محصول در رابطه با ایمنی مواد غذایی و كنترل خطرهای مرتبط با ایمنی مواد غذایی را میسر می سازد. ISO 22000 ISO ISO is the International Organization for Standardization. It was set up in 1947 and is located in Geneva, Switzerland. Its purpose is to develop standards that facilitate international trade. ISO 22000 2005 was developed by ISO TC 34 (Technical Committee 34). TC 34 is responsible for food products. ISO 22000 2005 (first edition) was formally approved during 2005 by over 75% of the ISO member bodies who participated in the voting process. ISO published this international standard on September 1, 2005. ISO 22000 ISO 22000 is a generic food safety management system standard. It defines a set of general food safety requirements that apply to all organizations in the food chain. These requirements are listed in sections 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of ISO 22000. If your organization is part of the food chain, ISO 22000 wants you to establish a food safety management system (FSMS). It then wants you to use this system to ensure that food products do not cause adverse human health effects. ISO 22000 is designed to be used for certification (registration) purposes. In other words, once you’ve established a FSMS that meets ISO’s requirements, you can ask a registrar to audit your system. If your registrar agrees that you’ve met the ISO 22000 requirements, it will issue an official certificate that states that your FSMS meets the ISO 22000 food safety requirements. However, you don’t have to be certified (registered). ISO does not require certification (registration). You can be in compliance without being formally registered by an accredited auditor. You can self assess your system and simply declare to the world that your FSMS complies with ISO 22000 (if it does). Of course, your customers and business partners are more likely to believe that you have an effective FSMS if an independent auditor says so. WHO SHOULD USE ISO 22000 Since ISO 22000 is a generic food safety management standard, it can be used by any organization directly or indirectly involved in the food chain. It applies to all organizations in the food chain. It doesn’t matter how complex the organization is or what size it is, ISO 22000 can help ensure the safety of its food products. The food chain consists of the entire sequence of stages and operations involved in the creation and consumption of food products. This includes every step from initial production to final consumption. More precisely, it includes the production, processing, distribution, storage, and handling of all food and food ingredients. The food chain also includes organizations that do not directly handle food. These include organizations that produce feed for animals that produce food and for animals that will be used as food. It also includes organizations that produce materials that will eventually come into contact with food or food ingredients. ISO 22000 can be used by: Primary producers Farms Ranches Fisheries Dairies Processors Fish processors Meat processors Poultry processors Feed rocessors Manufacturers Soup manufacturers Snack manufacturers Bread manufacturers Cereal manufacturers Dressing manufacturers Beverage manufacturers Seasoning manufacturers Packaging manufacturers Frozen food manufacturers Canned food manufacturers Confectionery manufacturers Dietary supplement manufacturers Food service providers Grocery stores Restaurants Cafeterias Hospitals Hotels Resorts Airlines Cruise ships Seniors lodges Nursing homes Other service providers Storage service providers Catering service providers Logistics service providers Transportation service providers Distribution service providers Sanitation service providers Cleaning service providers Product suppliers Suppliers of tools Suppliers of utensils Suppliers of equipment Suppliers of additives Suppliers of ingredients Suppliers of raw materials Suppliers of cleaning agents Suppliers of sanitizing agents Suppliers of packaging materials Suppliers of other food contact materials Of course, the previous catalogue does not exhaust the list of organizations that could benefit from the use of this standard. ISO 22000 applies to all organizations directly or indirectly involved in the food chain, not just the ones listed here. WHY USE ISO 22000 ISO 22000 will help you to achieve the following objectives: To establish a food safety management system (FSMS). To plan and implement a FSMS for your organization. To operate and maintain your organization’s FSMS. To update and improve your organization’s FSMS. To ensure that products do not cause adverse health effects. To demonstrate compliance with external safety requirements. To demonstrate compliance with legal safety requirements. To demonstrate compliance with regulatory requirements. To demonstrate compliance with statutory requirements. To demonstrate compliance with customer requirements. To evaluate your customers’ food safety requirements. To provide safe products and enhance customer satisfaction. To export food products and penetrate international markets. To communicate safety issues throughout the food chain. To communicate with your organization’s customers. To communicate with your organization’s suppliers. To communicate with other relevant interested parties. To ensure that you comply with your food safety policy. To demonstrate compliance to all interested parties. ISO 22000 uses roughly the same basic structure as the ISO 9001 quality management standard. This should make it a bit easier for ISO 9001 certified organizations to pursue ISO 22000 certification
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