ISO 22000 (HACCP)
The ISO 22000 standard was adopted by the International Organization for Certification (ISO) in 2005. The standard is a food safety management system and includes elements of the HACCP system “Hazard Analisys and Critical Control Points”.
The HACCP system was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO).
In Ukraine in 2007, the standard DSTU ISO 22000-2007 was adopted. “The management system for bezpechnosti harchovikh products. Wimogi to be-such an organization of grubby lancets, which is in fact a translated copy of the ISO 22000-2005 standard (HACCP).
The ISO 22000 standard is an integral food safety management system that monitors product manufacturing throughout the production line.Learn more
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The DSTU ISO 22000: 2007 standard
The DSTU ISO 22000: 2007 standard specifies the requirements for a food safety management system. Food safety is associated with the control of hazards in food. Because food hazards can appear on any part of the food chain, it is therefore necessary to manage these factors at each stage. The food product can be secured only by the joint efforts of all parties involved in the food chain.