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ISO 22000

Food Safety Management Systems—An Easy-to-use Checklist for Small Business—Are You Ready? (Includes CD-ROM)

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This Checklist consists of questions covering various aspects of the setting-up, implementation and certification of a food safety management system according to ISO 22000. The Checklist is broken into 13 parts, each covering a particular aspect of ISO 22000, with a brief explanation of the relevant requirement and guidance on how to incorporate the requirement into a food safety management system geared to the needs of a particular enterprise.

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Communication

Responsibility for food safety is shared along the food chain. To ensure that sufficient information on food safety issues is available throughout the chain, organizations need to establish mechanisms for effectively communicating with their suppliers and contractors, customers or consumers, statutory and regulatory authorities and others that have an impact on, or will be affected by, the effectiveness or updating of their system. It is particularly important to provide information about food safety hazards that need to be controlled by other organizations along the chain.

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