Food Safety Management

What is ISO 22000 certification?

ISO 22000 is the standard that defines requirements for a food safety management system. It explains the means that an organization must implement to demonstrate its ability to control the dangers associated with this security.

Indeed, ISO 22000 is based on the principles of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) and introduces the notion of prerequisite programs (PRPs which are only the basic hygiene rules necessary to maintain an environment Adapted to the development of the product.

Benefits of ISO 22000 certification

  • Ensuring product safety
  • Improve its reputation by guaranteeing quality products
  • Continuously improving the company’s food safety performance
  • Improve the internal management of the company

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The ICM certification process is as follows :

  • Establishment of a contract taking into account your specificities,
  • Pre-audit (optional): analysis of deviations and diagnosis of your current situation against the requirements of the reference system,
  • Certification audit in 2 steps:
    • Step 1: Document review to assess the degree of maturity of the system,
    • Stage 2: audit.
  • Certification Committee (Certificate Edition),
  • Surveillance audits to verify the continuous improvement of the system,
  • After a period of 3 years, new certification contract.
  • At each audit step, a complete report is issued promptly. With this documentation, your organization can continue to improve the performance of its quality system.

If you wish to have more details please consult the procedure and general rules of certification (If you wish to consult our procedures and general rules of certification, please contact us)

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