Due to increasing demand and pressure from consumers, retailers are now asking that their suppliers be able to demonstrate compliance with a recognized Food Safety standard. A lot of new standards have emerged over the past several years from private companies and associations. However, the result has been that each company is audited and certified against a multitude of Food Safety standards, causing confusion for both the manufacturer and consumer.
FSSC 22000 Food Safety System Certification provides a framework for effectively managing an organization’s food safety responsibilities. FSSC 22000 is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on existing ISO Standards. It proves that the company has a robust Food Safety Management System in place that meets customer and consumer requirements. This scheme incorporates existing standards, including ISO 22000, sector specific PRPs and HACCP, and it offers a complete certification program, making it accessible for organizations of all sizes.
The FSSC 22000 Solution
SoftExpert offers the most advanced and comprehensive software solution for food safety management, meeting the stringent needs of various global regulations. The SoftExpert Excellence Suite helps companies to comply with FSSC 22000, while lowering costs, maximizing success, increasing productivity and reducing risks.
The SoftExpert solution enables organizations to easily meet FSSC 22000 requirements, providing resources to manage food safety hazards, controls, action plans, product descriptions, production processes, food safety procedures, non-conformances, KPIs and more, boosting organizational efficiency while reducing rework and waste. With online collaboration capabilities, the organization and managers can communicate and receive updates on compliance initiatives, involving more users, teams, offices and business units with a systematic and unified approach, turning quality and safety guidelines into actions.
Standard fully recognized by GFSI.
Network transparency throughout the food supply chain.
Integration with other management systems.
Standardization of food safety procedures, improving communication and driving efficiencies.
Demonstration of commitment to meet regulator, food business and consumer requirements.
Integrated processes that work together to control and minimize food safety hazards.
Resource optimization (internally and across the food chain).
More efficient and dynamic food safety hazard control.
All control measures are subjected to hazard analysis.
Systematic management of prerequisite programs.
Valid basis for decision-making.
Control focused on what is necessary.
Resources saved by eliminating overlapping system audits.
Optimized management review of the food safety management system.
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