FSSC 22000 Scheme vs 5.1 Bridging Course

Overview:

The FSSC 22000 vs 5.1 scheme was published in November 2020. The main reason for the update was compliance with the latest GFSI Benchmarking Requirements (version 2020.1) published in February 2020. Key changes include:

  • Requirements specific to multi-site certification
  • Product Design and Development
  • Food Safety Culture

This workshop addresses the requirements of the updated scheme, ISO 22000:2018 and the 22002-1 requirements detailing the prerequisite programmes for food manufacturers.


This bridging course aims to bring you up to speed with the recently revised FSSC 22000 vs 5.1 Scheme requirements. Whether your company is already FSSC 22000 certified and you wish to hear about the updates or if your company is considering FSSC 22000 certification and you wish to gain an understanding of what this entails, this workshop is what you need.

Be proactive, be ready. Join us to hear about all about the updates & how this scheme works.

The FSSC 22000 Scheme version 5.1 document was published in November 2020. The main reason for the update was compliance with the latest GFSI Benchmarking Requirements (version 2020.1. Key changes are:

  • Requirements specific to multi-site certification
  • Product Design and Development
  • Food Safety Culture

Learn about the revisions to the FSSC 22000 scheme
Identify the gaps in your current system and receive the guidance as to how to address the changes in your
current system.

Description of content covered:

  • The GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) benchmarking
  • Introduction to FSSC 22000
  • Benefits of FSSC 22000
  • FSSC 22000 vs 5.1 revisions
  • Components of the FSSC 22000
  • FSSC 22000 Scope
  • New concepts
  • FSMS Principles
  • Risk-based thinking
  • Process Approach
  • PDCA Cycle
  • Clause 4: Context of the Organisation
  • Clause 5: Leadership
  • Clause 6: Planning
  • Clause 7: Support
  • Clause 8: Operation
  • Clause 9: Performance Evaluation
  • Clause 10: Improvements
  • Changes to the FSSC 22000 additional requirements
  • How to identify the gaps in your current system
  • Getting you started

Quality Assurance, Food Safety Team and Departmental Managers

Delegates should have a good understanding of GMPs and HACCP prior to attend the course.

  • Introduction
  • What is the FSSC 22000 standard?
  • What are the benefits of the FSSC 22000 certification?
  • What are the components of FSSC 22000?
  • Why was the scheme revised?
  • What are the key changes?
  • Transition Plan and Timelines
  • Comparison of the FSSC 22000 version 5 and 5.1
  • FSSC 22000 scope
  • Grading of Non-conformities
  • Minor Non-conformities
  • Major Non-conformities
  • Critical Non-conformities

 

  • ISO 22000 requirements
  • Key Concepts
  • FSMS Principles
  • The Process Approach
  • The PDCA Cycle
  • Risk-Based thinking
  • Clarification of terms and definitions
  • Changes to Additional Requirements
  • Management of Services and Purchased Materials
  • Product Labelling
  • Food Defence
  • Food Fraud Mitigation
  • Logo use
  • Management of Allergens
  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Formulation of Products (For Pet Food only)
  • Transport and Delivery (For Retail and Wholesale only)
  • Storage and Warehousing – All Food Categories
  • Hazard Control and Measures for Preventing of Cross-contamination
  • PRP Verification
  • Product Development
  • Health Status (for animal feed production only)
  • Requirements for Organisations with Multi-site Certification

 

  • Remote auditing
  • Full remote audits
  • Partial remote audits
  • Food Safety Culture
  • Food Safety Culture Requirements

 

Various group activities throughout the training. A knowledge test at the end of the course covering the updates to the FSSC 22000 standard.

Duration

1 Day

Certification type

Workshop

Course dates

2022-01-18 Book Now

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