Installing an ISO 22000 compliant food safety management system is a vital step for any business that handles or processes bulk grains or ingredients.
Not only does it help you pass third-party audits and achieve compliance with Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules; it allows for more organized operations, consistent safety and product quality standards, and the generation of vital documentation that’s increasingly necessary for a world supply chain environment.
Setting up such a food safety management system for the grains industry, however, can be challenging. General ISO 22000 food safety guidelines do not always translate well to the grains industry, and the costs of misinterpreting these guidelines can be high.
Enter a new solution developed by the AACCI Food Safety, Quality & Regulatory Committee: the User’s Guide to ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System for the Grain Handling, Processing, Milling, and Baking Industries.
This comprehensive guide significantly reduces the cost of compliance--especially for organizations just starting or expanding their food safety management and documentation plan--through the sharing of knowledge and best practices.
This document is a how-to guide for developing and implementing ISO 22000 standards specifically for operations that store, handle, and/or process grain foods. It includes the complete set of ISO food safety standards, PLUS valuable knowledge, experience, and advice from academic and industry experts in the grain handling, processing, milling, and baking industries.
Color-coded, easy-to-follow sections appear throughout this tailored document to help your organization quickly learn:
- Correct guideline interpretations as applied to the grains industry
- Best application practices for grain handling and processing environments
- Key advice for dealing with third-party audits and auditors
This trusted, downloadable document is based on the sound science and industry experience of AACCI, the leading science organization for the grain milling and handling industry.
Organizations may purchase individual licenses for each key staff member. Quantity discounts are available on three or more licenses (please inquire). The Guidance Document is ideal for quality assurance and control managers, process engineers, legal staff, compliance and regulatory managers, and supply chain managers.
User's Guide to ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System for the Grain Handling, Processing, Milling, and Baking Industries
User’s Guide to ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System for the Grain Handling, Processing, Milling, and Baking Industries
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No part of this material may be photocopied or reproduced in any form, electronic retrieval system or otherwise or made available on the Internet, a public network, by satellite or otherwise.
A portion of this User's Guide is reproduced from ISO 22000:2005 with permission of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) on behalf of the International Standardization Organization (ISO).
The guidance material portion of this document (indicated by text in the color boxes throughout the document) was produced by the AACC International Food Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Committee.
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Publish Date: 2015
Format: 8”x 10” pdf
Compiled for the AACCI Food Safety, Quality, and Regulatory Committee by Charles Hurburgh, Jennifer Robinson, and Scott JensenUser's Guide to ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System for the Grain Handling, Processing, Milling, and Baking Industries