FSSC 22000 is Changing!
Prepare for FSSC 22000 version 6 by training your team with iqms Learning.
FSSC 22000 is a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) benchmarked food safety standard. Its roots are in ISO 22000 but with enhanced FSSC requirements, the inclusion of Pre-Requisite Programs (PRP) and of course it is GFSI recognised.
Which Organisations use FSSC 22000?
Organisations of any size or complexity will use FSSC 22000 to certify their food safety management systems to a globally recognised standard.
Food and beverage manufacturing and processing, animal feed and food related packaging business are included within scope and with additions to scope; transport and storage, retail and catering can be added.
When will the Change Affect me?
FSSC version 6 was released in April 2023. Audits to the updated version of the standard will commence on the 1st April 2024. This will give you and your teams one year to prepare.
How do I Prepare my Teams?
During your one-year preparation period iqms Learning will be using our existing deliveries of version 5.1 Awareness and Lead Auditor courses, which have been amended to introduce version 6 changes, to help equip your staff to implement the required changes efficiently and effectively within your organisation.
Our courses are on a public schedule, where delegates representative of your company can attend, or alternatively we can deliver on-site, specifically for your organisation – where you can discuss your unique operational circumstances.
Our courses are designed and certified to meet CQI and IRCA requirements (www.quality.org), ensuring a robust learning experience which carries a globally recognised certificate.
Are iqms Learning a Certification Body?
No! You are under no obligation to use your Certification Body to deliver training.
Using iqms Learning to deliver your training will offer;
•Valuable advice that your Certification Body cannot offer without breaching ISO 17021
•Far more competitively priced training
Start Planning Now!
Contact iqms Learning today to begin planning your organisation’s transition.