ISO 22000 Certificate-TURKAK & UKAS Accredited
What is ISO 22000?
Food Safety Hazards are biological, chemical or physical substances in foods or the condition of the food and have the potential to cause adverse health effects. In this sense, ISO 22000 is part of the general management system that establishes, implements, operates, monitors, reviews, maintains and improves food safety. It works on the principle that food will not harm the consumer when it is prepared and / or eaten according to its intended use.
Mistakes in the food chain can be dangerous and result in expensive lawsuits. ISO 22000 aims to provide confidence by ensuring that there are no weak points in the food safety chain. ISO 22000 sets out the conditions determined for the Food Safety Management System of an organization that produces food.
It ensures that the legal requirements related to customer and food safety are met by showing the ability to control the food safety hazards of the product. It ensures customer satisfaction by controlling food safety hazards.
ISOQAR Certification provides certification services on ISO 22000 with its technical staff. ISOQAR Certification performs these certification audits with UKAS and TURKAK accreditation (depending on the customer's preference).
The ISO 22000 standard includes feed producers, food producers, transport and storage facilities, retail and food service locations, subcontractors and all kinds of organizations such as producers of food process tools, packaging materials, cleaning materials, additives and components in the food chain. applicable.
From time to time, foodstuffs bring along factors that may endanger consumer health. Since the health of the consumer is more important than any flavor, the safety of the produced food in terms of consumer health is the most important element that creates the quality of the food. In other words, unsafe food is not of good quality. The ISO 22000 system is the most effective tool to provide your customers with fully safe products.
What does the ISO 22000 food safety management system do? What are the benefits of ISO 2200 certification?
- It helps to provide food safety.
- It reduces food-borne hazards.
- Provides better quality and safer work in the food industry.
- Provides optimum use of resources.
- It provides more effective verifications by documenting methods, methods and procedures.
- Increases profitability.
- Potentially enhances economic growth and development.
- It enables decision making based on real data.
- Shows compliance with legal requirements.
- It allows you to focus on the controls required.
- Provides an increase in due diligence.
NOTE: System-weak deficiencies in the food sector can cause people to get sick, deaths, bad reputation of the company, and poor quality food products.
Details for ISO 22000 Certification are explained in detail in the Certification Process on the main page and in the Application Principles in the lower left corner.
What is the difference between ISO 9001 and ISO 22000?
It is an ISO 9001 Quality Management System. ISO 22000 is a Food Safety Management System.
What are the application areas of ISO 2200?
Animal Breeding, Plant Breeding, Food Production, Animal Feed Production, Ready Meal Services, Distribution, Transportation and Storage Services, Services, Production of Food Packaging and Packaging Materials, Equipment Production, Production of (Bio) chemicals
Is ISO 22000 mandatory?
It is not mandatory to obtain ISO 22000, but it is a worldwide standard with which status and reliability can largely be achieved. ISO 22000 is based on HACCP guidelines.
How to get ISO 22000?
Once you decide that ISO 22000 or FSSC 22000 is right for your company, you will need to implement food safety management system processes to meet the requirements of the standard. This means planning, designing, documenting and implementing a comprehensive food safety management system.
It may take 1-3 months or more for organizations to complete implementation in their own organization. When the system is activated, you can apply for certification.
www.gkgm.gov.tr General Directorate of Food and Control
www.tse.org.tr Turkish Standardization Institute
www.gidamo.org.tr Chamber of Food Engineers
www.tarim.gov.tr Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock
www.turkpatent.gov.tr Turkish Patent Institute