ISO 22000: Requirements for Food Safety Management Systems


Surak, John G.   (2005, ASQ)   Clemson University, Clemson, SC

ASQ World Conference on Quality and Improvement Proceedings, Seattle, WA    Vol. 59    No. 0
QICID: 20317    May 2005    pp. 211-215
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Article Abstract

[This abstract is based on the author's abstract.]HACCP (hazard analysis critical control point) is a system that instills food safety into products and controls the process to ensure the production of safe food. Evolution over the years has resulted in a more effective food safety system without jeopardizing the key elements of HACCP. In 2001 the International Organization for Standardization received a proposal for the development of a standard that would incorporate the concepts of HACCP into and auditable standard. It is expected that this standard, ISO 22000:200x Food Safety Management Systems - Requirements, will be published in the last quarter of 2005 and will apply to all organizations within the food chain.


Food safety,Hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP),International Standards Organization (ISO),Standards and specifications, ISO 22000

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