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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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Management responsibility and food safety team leader

Food safety is the responsibility of every food business and can most effectively be established, operated and updated within the framework of a structured food safety management system. Successful development and implementation of a food safety management system requires top management to make a significant commitment. It should be clearly supported by the business objectives of the organization.

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