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Food Safety Management Systems

What is a Food Safety Management System?

A FSMS is a systematic approach to controlling food safety hazards within a food business in order to ensure that food is safe to eat. All businesses are required to put in place, implement and maintain a FSMS based on the principles of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP).

What is Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point?

HACCP is an international method of ensuring that food is always safe to eat. It involves identifying food hazards and working out what needs to be done to eliminate them, or to sufficiently control them.

How do I start?

You, or, someone in your business needs to have sufficient training or knowledge of hygiene matters and the activities in the business in order to write up a suitable food safety management system, or adapt one that has been produced as a model template.

The type of system you need will depend on the size and type of business. Large businesses and manufacturers will need very detailed written systems and highly trained people to write them, but small caterers will only need a simple system.

Why it is needed?

ISO 22000 gives the requirements for a food safety management system. It has supporting standards in the series can be used by any type of organization in the food chain, ranging from feed producers, primary producers through food manufacturers, transport and storage operators, including also subcontractors to retail and food service outlets.

How dynamic safety can help you?

Dynamic safety experts will help you to fulfill the requirements for any organization in the food chain and its corrigendum ISO 22000:2005 give the basic requirements for a food safety management system to ensure food safety along the food chain, up to the point of final consumption.

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