The ISO STANDARD 22000. ISO 22000 State of affairs International Food Safety Conference – “Managing the Food Safety Cycle” Rome February 2, 2005. By: Chair ISO TC34/WG-8 Jacob Færgemand (BVQI Denmark A/S ) Anne-Marie Crowley (NSA Irland). Introduction Work of TC 34 WG 8
State of affairs
International Food Safety Conference – “Managing the Food Safety Cycle”
Rome February 2, 2005
Chair ISO TC34/WG-8
Jacob Færgemand (BVQI Denmark A/S )
Anne-Marie Crowley (NSA Irland)
Work of TC 34 WG 8
Developement of ISO 22000
Deliverables of ISO 22000
Intended use the standard
GFSI coments to DIS 22000
Questions - Discussion
(1990) M.Sc. Food Technology
(1993) Ph.D. Fish Quality Design
Sales Director - Food Sector Manager - Bureau Veritas (BVQI Denmark A/S)
(1994 ) Lead Assessor ISO 9000
(1997) Lead Assessor HACCP DS DS 3027
(1998) Inspector BRC Food and BRC trainer WW
Resp. for BVQI WW Activity BRC/DS 3027
(2000) Chairman Danish Food Mirror Group
(2001) Chairman ISO TC 34/ WG8
(2003) IFS to Denmark
Started : July 2001
Secretary : Danish Standardization Association
Chair Jacob Færgemand (BVQI Denmark A/S)
To date: 8 expert meetings in Copenhagen
(expert from US, Australia, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, UK, Ireland, France, Greece, Poland, Venezuela, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Canada,…liasion CIAA,GFSI….)
– next meeting 11.-12. April. 2005
3 NO (Japan, Australia, France)
Vote closed 18. November 2004
Parallel voting occured in CEN and the document has been accepted - -which means that it will be published as an EN/ISO standard.
The document is available in English, French and German.
Drafting initiated: Summer 2001
Committee Draft: March 2003
Draft International Standard: March 2004
Final Draft International Standard: Spring 2005
Publication ISO 22000: End 2005 (1.sep.05)
Comments & votes to FDIS version* invited:
1. March – 1. June 2005
*) Parallel in ISO & CEN, versions exists in English, French and German
Combines recognized key food safety elements:
Producers of pesticides, fertilizers, and veterinary drugs
Food chain for the production of ingredients and additives
Transport and storage operators
Primary food producers
Producers of equipment
Producers of cleaning and
Producers of packaging materials
2nd food processors
(one segment in the food chain –
not all companies work on the same level )
National legislationbasedupon Codex HACCP Guidelines
Willing, but not (yet) capable
Not willing, not capable
CIEScomments on DIS 22000 January 2005 (1)
The ISO 22000 standard as it is today, combines very well an ISO 9000 type approach to a management system with HACCP.
However, if the ISO 22000 standard would be benchmarked against the GFSI Guidance Document, it wouldn’t pass the preliminary screening, for missing one of the three ‘key elements’ Good Manufacturing (or Agricultural) Standards.
7.2.3 When selecting and establishing PRP(s), the organization shall consider and utilize appropriate information (e.g. regulations, customer requirements, recognized guidelines, Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex) principles and codes of practices, national, international or sector standards).
NOTE Annex C gives a list of relevant Codex publications.
The organization shall consider the following when establishing these programmes:
a) construction and lay-out of buildings and associated utilities;
b) lay-out of premises, including workspace and employee facilities;
c) supplies of air, water, energy and other utilities;
d) supporting services including waste and sewage disposal;
e) suitability of equipment and its accessibility for cleaning, maintenance and preventative maintenance;
f) management of purchased materials (e.g. raw materials, ingredients, chemicals, packaging), supplies (water, air, steam, ice, etc.), disposals (e.g. waste and sewage), and handling of products (e.g. storage and transportation);
g) measures for the prevention of cross contamination;
h) cleaning and sanitizing;
i) pest control;
j) personnel hygiene;
k) other aspects as appropriate.
Verification of PRP(s) shall be planned (see 7.8) and PRP(s) shall be modified as necessary (see 7.7). Records of verifications and modifications shall be maintained.
Documents should specify how to manage PRP(s).
CIEScomments on DIS 22000 January 2005 (2)
ISO 22000 refers to ‘customer requirements’, which in the case of private label manufacturers effectively refers to the GFSI Benchmarked Standards, so why use ISO 22000 in the first place?
ISO 22000 comes without a protocol and retailers cannot have control over it. Retailers need a protocol to answer liability issues.
Potential of ISO 22000
hamonization - perhaps not all – but some .
Kraft food system
GMP standard for Corrugated & Solid Board
Friesland Coberco FSS
ISO 22000 - Requirements
ISO 2200x - Guidance.
ISO 2200x - Handbook for SME’s
ISO 2200x - Traceability
Agenda item for WG8 in April 2005
ISO 2200x – Guidelines for certification
Input from CIES ? (Guide 4 version)
CIEScomments on DIS - ISO 22000 January 2005 (3)
On a more general note, ISO 22000 is rather extensive and it remains to be seen whether smaller manufacturers and farmers could adopt it.
CIES have stated publicaly:
”Draft of ISO 22000 does not meet retailers’ requirements”.
This statement has been a great cause of concern to the International Standards Organisation as they mandated the developemnet of this standard and invited CIES to participate.
For information – Contact:ISO Central Secretariat - Pauline Jonesjones@iso.orgSecretary ISO TC 34 - Martha Pretro-Turzao.firstname.lastname@example.orgChair TC 34/WG 8 - Jacob Færgemandjacob.email@example.com