FSSC and Lloyd's Register team up to deliver what's new in FSSC 22000 Version 5 and the significant changes in ISO 22000:2018.
With ISO 22000:2018 as one of the three required components of the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) recognized standard FSSC 22000 V5, a common framework will be used to allow the entire supply chain to manage requirements and communicate both internally and externally while continually improving the management system.
Adopting the new High-level structure of ISO 22000, FSSC 22000 Version 5 also allows easy integration with other management systems.
In less than an hour find out:
- Why FSSC transitioned and what the 6 parts entail
- Similarities of FSSC 22000 and FSMA
- Key changes to ISO 22000:2018
- PRP, ORPRP and CCP definition clarity
Jacqueline Southee, North American Representative, FSSC
Tim Ahn, Senior Manager Food Safety, Lloyd's Register