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  1. ISO 22000:2005 Awareness Program Organized By TUV Nord GIZ Paradigm Services Pvt. Ltd.

  2. Announcement

  3. Module 0 INTRODUCTION

  4. Program Overview Introduction from Participants and their expectations Introduction about GIZ TUV NORD Paradigm GIZ PPP Purpose and Methodology of the Program Program Objectives Materials Provided and How to Use Them Day Wise Agendas

  5. About you … • Please introduce yourselves and your activities / your organization’s activities. • What are your expectations from this program?

  6. About GIZ

  7. About TUV NORD

  8. About PARADIGM • NBQP Approved FSMS Consultant Organization • APEDA Approved HACCP Implementation Auditors

  9. The Paradigm Edge • Prior experience with over 350 companies in HACCP & ISO • Dealings with apex bodies like QCI, NABET,FICCI, CIFTI, UNIDO, APEDA, EU, NDDB EIC, IACC, MCCIA etc. • Team Members are individually Approved from NABET as HACCP / FSMS Consultants

  10. Services Profile

  11. Some Food/ Packaging Clients

  12. Association with Apex Bodies

  13. About GIZ PPP

  14. About GIZ PPP

  15. Purpose and METHODOLOGY OF THE PROGRAM

  16. Program Aim and Medium • Nationwide drive launched by GIZ in collaboration with TUV Nord. • Aim: to introduce and/or increase awareness of ISO 22000 into different sector of Food Industry • Medium: Through a series of workshops, complemented by a set of guiding handbooks

  17. Purpose • To sensitize and prepare the Indian Food Industry to meet the Global bench marks • To conduct a series of workshops across India focusing on various sectors

  18. Methodology • Some Inputs: • First Hand Inputs collected via visits to several units of different sectors in the Food Industry • Experience of working on HACCP/ISO 22000 implementation with over 300 food clients throughout India • Standards, Good Industry Practices, Tests involved as per FSSA and Importing Countries • Reference Material - Books, Literature, Publications • Internet • Apex Bodies • Legal Requirement of the Country

  19. Methodology • Simple Language • Training Material for Reference • Presentations • Group Exercises for hands on understanding • Pre and Post Training Examination

  20. Program Structure • This program is divided into 4 parts: • Module 00: Introduction • Module 01: Background, History and the Need • Module 02: Pre-Requisite Programs • Module 03: ISO 22000

  21. PROGRAM OBJECTIVE

  22. This Program will help you to: • Understand world trends in Food Safety and Standards • Understand why Food Safety and ISO 22000 are necessary • Be aware of the applicable standards, legislations and regulations- FSSA • Moving from Voluntary to Mandatory • Understand various testing to be for the product at various stages. • Understand Pre requisite program in light of Codex, FSSA Schedule 4

  23. This Program will help you to: • Understand ISO 22000 and Sensitize you on how to implement an ISO 222000 based food safety management system • ISO 22000 Certification Implementation in spirit and letter • Change of Concentration from “Stage Management”, “Wall hanging” to owning responsibility • Help resolve your queries on the resources required for implementation (Best Practices, Bare Minimum and Statutory expectations) & • Help you realize the benefits of implementation

  24. TRAINING MANUALS- How to Use iT

  25. Manual 01- Background, History and Need • Manual 01: A Guide to Food Safety in the Food Industry”. • This covers: • Background and History • Introduction to Food Safety • Food Safety Today: Measures and Legislations, both International and National. • Applicable Standards and Rule, both International and National. • Need and Benefits of Food Safety • Potential Hazards • The parallel presentation will be “Module 01: Background History and the need”

  26. Manual 02- Pre Requisite Program • “Manual 02: Pre Requisite Programs”. • This covers: • Terms and Definitions specific to GMP and GHP. • All Pre Requisites aligned to Codex Requirements, FSSA Requirements • Expectations-Bare Minimum to Best Practices • Common Problems • The parallel presentation will be “Module 02: Pre Requisite Program

  27. Manual 03- ISO 22000 • “Manual 03: ISO 22000”. • This covers: • Pre Steps • Identification of different hazards • Risk Assessment of Hazards- Probability and Severity • Assessment of Control measures • Determination of CCP/OPRP • The parallel presentation will be “Module 03: ISO 22000”

  28. Manual 03- ISO 22000 • During the session on ISO 22000, you will be doing a series of group exercises based on a case study. • Blank copies of the forms needed for the exercises are included in Manual 03. • A solved sample copy of the exercises will be distributed to you at the end of the session.

  29. Some Acronyms • ISO: International Organization for Standardization • HACCP: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point • GMP: Good Manufacturing Practices • GHP: Good Hygiene Practices • FSMS: Food Safety Management System • WHO: World Health Organization • FAO: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations • USDA: United States Department of Agriculture • USFDA: United States Food and Drug Administration • EU: European Union • WTO: World Trade Organization • FSSAI: Food Safety and Standards Authority of India • NABL: National Accreditation Board for Laboratories

  30. DAY WISE AGENDA- How to Plant iT

  31. Day 01 1000-1100: Introduction 1100-1115: Tea Break 1115-1330: Module 01: Background, History and the need 1400-1800- Module 02: Pre Requisite Program

  32. Day 02 • 1000-1100: Recap Day 1 • 1100-1115: Tea Break • 1115-1230: Clause 1-4 • 1230-1330: Clause 5-6 • 1400-1600: Clause 7 • 1600-1700: Clause 8