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CHANGES TO FSCC VERSION 5.1 Category C / I

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CHANGES TO FSCC VERSION 5.1 Category C / I

CHANGES TO FSCC VERSION 5.1 Category C / I

The new FSSC 22000 Version 5.1 was published on November 3, 2020. The revision will become mandatory requirement on April 1, 2021.

By March 31, 2022, all sites must have had their audit against version 5.1.

2.5.1 MANAGEMENT OF SERVICES AND PURCHASED MATERIAL

  1. The organization shall have a documented procedure for procurement in emergency situations to ensure that products still conform to specified requirements and the supplier has been evaluated.
  2. The organization shall establish, implement and maintain a review process for product specifications to ensure continued compliance with food safety, legal and customer requirements.

2.5.2 PRODUCT LABELLING

In addition to clause 8.5.1.3 of ISO 22000:2018, the organization shall ensure that finished products are labelled according to all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements in the country of intended sale, including allergen and customer specific requirements.

Where product is un labelled, all relevant product information shall be made available to ensure the safe use of the food by the customer or consumer.

2.5.10 STORAGE AND WAREHOUSING (ALL FOOD CHAIN CATEGORIES)

  1. a)  The organization shall establish, implement and maintain a procedure and specified stock rotation system that includes FEFO principles in conjunction with the FIFO requirements.

2.5.11 HAZARD CONTROL AND MEASURES FOR PREVENTING CROSS-CONTAMINATION (FOOD CHAIN CATEGORIES C & I)

  1. a) For food chain category I, the following additional requirement applies to ISO 22000:2018 clause 8.5.1.3:
  • The organization shall have specified requirements in place in case packaging is used to impart or provide a functional effect on food (e.g. shelf life extension)

2.5.12 PRP VERIFICATION (FOOD CHAIN CATEGORIES C, D, G, I & K)

The organization shall establish, implement and maintain routine (e.g. monthly) site inspections/PRP checks to verify that the site (internal and external), production environment and processing equipment are maintained in a suitable condition to ensure food safety. The frequency and content of the site inspections/PRP checks shall be based on risk with defined sampling criteria and linked to the relevant technical specification.

2.5.13 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (FOOD CHAIN CATEGORIES C, D, E, F, I & K)

A product design and development procedure shall be established, implemented and maintained for new products and changes to product or manufacturing processes to ensure safe and legal products are produced. This shall include the following:

  1. a)  Evaluation of the impact of the change on the FSMS taking into account any new food safety hazards (incl. allergens) introduced and updating the hazard analysis accordingly
  2. b)  Consideration of the impact on the process flow for the new product and existing products and processes
  3. c)  Resource and training needs
  4. d)  Equipment and maintenance requirements
  5. e)  The need to conduct production and shelf-life trials to validate product formulation and processes are capable of producing a safe product and meet customer requirements

 

For Upgradation to FSSC 22000 Version 5.1 , FSSC 22000 version 5.1  2021,  Fssc 22000 version 5.1 best consultant.

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Remote Online ISO Certification due to Covid 19 Virus issue

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Online ISO

Online ISO

Remote Online ISO Certification due to Covid 19 Virus issue – valid until December 2021

GQS India becomes the first  ISO Certification body to announce remote ISO certification audits and Lead auditor trainings (by Third party IRCA and Non IRCA Approved training organisation), General awareness training, Internal audit training  2021  in the following

  1. ISO 22301 – Remote Online Business continuity management Certification audit
  2. ISO 13485 – Remote Online Medical equipment management Certification audit
  3. ISO 22000 – Remote OnlineFood safety management system Certification audit
  4. FSSC 22000 Version 5 – Remote Online Food Safety System certification Certification audit
  5. ISO 28000 – Remote Online Supply chain management Certification audit
  6. ISO 37001 – Remote Online Anti Bribery Management system Certification audit
  7. C-TPAT – Customs – Trade partnership Against terrorism – Remote consultancy, training
  8. SCAN – Supplier Compliance Audit Network – Remote consultancy audit
  9. BRC – British Retail Consortium – Remote BRC Consultancy audit
  10. ISO 50001- Remote Online Energy management system certification audit
  11. ISO 55001 – Remote Online Asset management system certification audit
  12. ISO 45001 – Remote Online Safety Management system certification audit
  13. ISO 14001 – Remote Online Environment Management system certification audit
  14. ISO 9001 – Remote Online Quality Management system certification audit
  15. ISO 27001 – Remote online Information Security Management certification audit
  16. ISO 13485 – Remote Medical device Management system certification audit
  17. ISO 41001 – Remote Facility Management system audit
  18. GMP – Remote Good manufacturing Practices audit

PLEASE NOTE THAT AS PER ACCREDITATION GUIDELINES,

  1. THIS SERVICE WILL BE CONTINUED UNTIL THE COVID 19 VIRUS ISSUE, AFTER THE ISSUE SETTLES DOWN THE ONLINE CERTIFICATION PROCESS WILL BE WITHDRAWN.
  2. FOR ALL SUCH REMOTE AUDITS – ON SITE AUDITS SHALL BE CONDUCTED ONCE THE TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED BY GOVERNMENT.
  3. CERTIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY OF ALL RELEVANT DOCUMENTS AND REGULATORY COMPLIANCES.

Located for audits for 2021 any part of India– Best  training and certification experts in ISO Certification, drop an email to shakti@gqsindia.com OR call 98453 13910, 98450 78743

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Know what is required in FSSC 22000 Version 5.1

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ISO 22000-2018 Certification, Integration of FSSC 22000 Version 5 and ISO 22000-2018
ISO 22000-2018 Certification, Integration of FSSC 22000 Version 5 and ISO 22000-2018

ISO 22000-2018 Certification, Integration of FSSC 22000 Version 5 and ISO 22000-2018

Know what is required in FSSC 22000 Version 5

Activity Timeline

  1. Release of FSSC Version 5 – 05/2019
  2. Last date for initial audits to FSSC Version 4.1 – 12/31/2019
  3. Start conducting initial and upgrade audits to FSSC Version 5 – 01/01/2020
  4. Last date for upgrade audits to FSSC Version 5  – 12/31/2020
  5. All FSSC Version 4.1 certificates becoming invalid – 06/29/2021

Interested in FSSC 22000 Version 5 Upgrade, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultancy, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultants, FSSC 22000 Version 5 training, ISO 22000-2018 Certification, Integration of FSSC 22000 Version 5 and ISO 22000-2018, FSSC 22000 Version 5 free download – please drop an email to SHAKTI@GQSINDIA.COM or call 9845313910, 9845078743

 

FSSC 22000 Version 5.1 Certification Consultants Bangalore Goa Mangalore

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FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Consultant
FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Certificate, FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Consultant

FSSC 22000 Version 5 Certificate, FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Consultant

FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Consultant

FSSC 22000 Version 5 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 Consultant

Vijayanagara Sugar Gangapura completes its FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultancy and documentation project. The entire team of the plant was involved in preparing the TACCP, VACCP for the product right from the Cane until the sugar is transported to the customer.

The changes from FSSC 22000 Version 3.1 to Version 4.1 were explained to the team and the team appreciated the effort by GQS to impart the training to the entire FSMS Team. The FSMS Team Leader applauded the smart way of preparing the TACCP and VACCP assessment workshop. The workshop was very interactive and was tailor made to suit the sugar industry.

Should you be interested in FSSC 22000 Version 5 certification or consultancy drop an email or call us on 9845313910 or 9845078743.

 

How to prepare VACCP, TACCP for FSSC 22000 Version 5.1

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TACCP, VACCP
TACCP, VACCP

TACCP, VACCP

 

How do you carry out assessment of TACCP, VACCP and ready your organization for FSSC 22000 V5

While HACCP helps you identify the scientific reasons to reduce Food safety incidents, TACCP and VACCP have different intent.

TACCPThreat Assessment Critical Control Point have been incorporated in many FSMS standards such as FSSC 22000 Version 5, BRC, SQF and many more in the form of Food defence mechanism.

Threats foreseen or unforeseen from various sources such as Disgruntled individuals, Extremists, Opportunist, Cyber criminal, Extortionist are assessed and prioritised. This is also referred to Behaviour Motivated Adulteration.

Top Priority threats are considered as Critical control point and treated or terminated using Protective controls. These controls have to be reviewed atleast annually or as and when an incident occurs. Guidelines such as PAS 96 can be used as a reference and basis to assess the threats and prioritise them.

 

VACCP – Vulnerability Assessment Critical control point have also been incorporated in BRC, FSSC 22000 Version 5.

Organisations who are certified to FSSC 22000 V3.1 and upgrading to FSSC 22000 V5 should ensure that a separate Assessment is carried out emphasising on Economically Motivated Adulteration EMA. All such risks are assessed and prioritised to ensure that appropriate Protective controls are established, followed with pre determined review mechanism.

Still have doubts in TACCP, VACPP, FSSC 22000 V5 do call us on 98453 13910, 98450 78743 or drop an email to SHAKTI@GQSINDIA.COM

 

FSSC 22000 Version 5.1 – What are the requirements ?

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FSSC 22000 Version 4 Consultant, FSSC 22000 Version 4 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 4 Consultancy

FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultant, FSSC 22000 Version 4 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultancy

GQS is always in the forefront to introduce the implementation of the latest standard being published.

Be it the FSSC 22000, BRC IOP, BRC Production, ISO 22000, TACCP PAS 96, ISO TS 22002 Part 1, Part 4 GQS becomes the first to join the band wagon in implementing and taking organisations through reputed and accredited certification bodies for successful certification.

Jamakhandi Sugar one of the largest sugar plant in South India signs up with GQS to implement the FSSC 22000 Version 4.1 requirements.

FSSC 22000 5.0 Standard was published in the year 2016, with the following changes

  1. Introduction of the topic on Food fraud. Organisations will have to implement a process to prevent food fraud and a thorough implementation needs to be demonstrated to curtail vulnerabilities.
  2. Introduction of surprise audits by auditor. No use of same third party auditor in surveillance audits. Two (2) surveillance audits will be unannounced and this decision lies with the third party assessing body.
  3. Catering, Retailing, Storage and distribution added in the scope for FSSC 22000 Certification.
  4. Certification to Version 5 mandatory post January 2018. Currently organisations can upgrade from the previous version to Version 5.
  5. Special Focus on ares of Threat assessment TACCP and Vulnerability Assessment VACCP.

For FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultant, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Certification, FSSC 22000 Version 5 Consultancy drop an email to SHAKTI@GQSINDIA.COM or call us on 9845313910 or 9845078743.

 

PAS 96 Food defence Certification, PAS 96 Consultant, PAS 96 Consultancy

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PAS 96 Certification, PAS 96 Consultancy, PAS 96 Certificate

PAS 96 Certification, PAS 96 Consultancy, PAS 96 Certificate

 

With more and more food safety incidents occurring across the world due to poor security and administrative controls, it is imperative for the food industry to implement a strong and robust management system to control and demonstrate a Food and drink defence management system.

PAS 96 was published in coordination with major food manufacturers and launched in October 2014.

The main highlights of this standard

  1. TACCP – Threat Assessment Critical control point. Although most food companies possess a HACCP, this tool revolves around the various vulnerabilities and methodologies to control the same. TACCP is carried out by a team from Security, HR and Administrator to understand the various possibilities of threat and control of the same.
  2. Understanding the attacker – From Internal employees to Interested parties, motive of these attackers could be from sabotage to money extortion.
  3. Review of controls on assessment. – All controls needs to be assessed and improved over time to maintain low incidents and provide safe food to consumers.

Want to know more details on PAS 96 Certification, PAS 96 Consultancy, PAS 96 Consultants Call Shaktidhar on 9845 313910 or 9845078743 or Drop an email to SHAKTI@GQSINDIA.COM

FSSAI and ISO 22000 Version 5.1 Food Safety Management System

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FSSAI, ISO 22000

FSSAI, ISO 22000

ISO 22000 Food safety management system revolves around Statutory and regulatory requirements laid down by FSSAI. The following recent publications indicate the way the regulation is trying to cover all food industries in its gamut of implementation.

Some of the eye openers which will certainly lead to ISO 22000 Certification of various industries are Hoteliers, Bakers, Food Packers, Spice packing.

Food and Safety administration has warned hoteliers and bakery owners that they will face proceedings under the FSSAI Act if they sell misbranded, substandard and unsafe food items to consumers.

Food and Drug administration has found that packaged foods have more than five grams of salt, according to recent research. This poses a serious risk to the health of people, by consuming high sodium diet. It is recommended for consumers and manufacturers to follow the FSSAI requirements of additives and ingredients. This will not only help consumers in knowing the nutrition facts but also supports in implementing a strong ISO 22000 Food safety management system.

Food Safety & Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), in its efforts to streamline the enforcement with use of technology, has decided to ask FBOs to put ‘display boards’ in their premises which will tell customers what these FBOs do when it comes to food safety. This will compliment organisations in initiating a better FSMS Food safety management system such as ISO 22000, FSSC 22000, BRC, SQF.

Call us to know more about Food safety management system.

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