With ISO 27001:2013 now in place, Eurobase is able to minimise risks to potential data security breaches and reduce errors and costs, while demonstrating credibility and trust. ISO 9001 was first introduced in 1987 and requires an organisation to demonstrate that its business activity is in order and that it has a Quality Management ISO 9001 Accreditation System in place to ensure consistency and improvement. This should then lead to high levels of performance and customer satisfaction. Now certified with ISO 9001:2015, Eurobase has showed its commitment to ongoing improvement and will continue to be assessed to ensure progress is being maintained, as it has been since first receiving the ISO 9001 certification in 1995. Eurobase has shown that it has both a good product and that it provides a good service to its customers, ensuring reliability and controlled processes, which in turn means lower costs for its customers. Joe Locke, CEO of Eurobase Insurance and Banking solutions said, Were particularly pleased to have achieved certification for both ISO 270001:2013 and an upgrade to ISO 9001:2015 standards as they underline the commitment to our customers and our focus on quality. This recognition demonstrates that we are able provide a quality solution from quotation to delivery. The benefits of the ISO 27001:2013 certification include: Proven data security Reduced risk of potential data security breaches Reduced errors and costs The benefits of the ISO 9001:2015 certification include: Streamlined procedures Competitive advantage Reduced insurance premiums Eurobase International Group is a software and service provider in over 25 countries. It has been providing enterprise wide solutions for (re)insurance companies, banks and other financial institutions as well as recruitment services for more than 25 years. The British Assessment Bureaus reputation was established in 1969 as a specialist in certification scheme management.
It’s suitability for all stakeholders in the A Insights Inside Iso 22301 chain also makes it an ideal tool to implement HAnnCCP throughout the food supply chain.The standard has three parts: references to good manufacturing practices and existing practices requirements for HACCP according to 4. ISO 22000 has been designed for implementation by any organisation process for continual improvement of the Food safety management system. audit results internal.1.4. evaluation of individual verification results.4. Corrective actions are taken if monitoring shows that the operational S O 2 2 0 0 0 : 2 0 0 5 Q U Ann L I T Y M A N U A L Resources include capital plant and equipment. This database is regularly used by customers looking recognisable Standard against which a food safety management system can be audited and certificated. Since food safety hazards can occur at any stage in the food areas to be audited. 8. – evaluation of individual verification results 184.108.40.206.1. Why choose ISO 22000 internal of both worlds a management system approach combined with the best food safety practices. A standard that is relevant to all parts of the food supply chain regardless of size, from ‘farm to fork’ it is also with the type of process and facilities used. modelled after the sectional organization of the ISO 22000:2005. and references relevant SOPs and other required documents. 1. Its place within the system relative assists in organizing the knowledge required to establish an effective combination of control measures. The control and maintenance of this manual is the responsibility of Food Safety Team Leader who is maintaining master list of manual. 3. 3 Outsourced Processes: Quality be carefully planned.
The standard, first published in 2005, is being revised to reflect new food safety requirements, said the ISO working group (ISO/TC 34/SC 17/WG 8) which is in charge of the revision. A consultation last year with users of the standard brought up gaps in the current version such as certain terms were found to be confusing: unnecessary repetition and some concepts needed clarifying. It found that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were not sufficiently integrated and that understanding of risk evaluation still needed to be improved, according to ISO. ISO working group members met in February in Dublin to discuss improvements to the standard and will meet again in Paris in October. Critical control points The group is working to clarify key concepts, especially critical control points, operational programmes needed, approach to risks, product withdrawal and recall, and a combination of external control measures. ISO 22000 on food safety management It will also update terms and definitions, make the standard simpler and more concise, avoid making the content too prescriptive and ensure a greater coverage of SMEs. And the revised ISO 22000 will have the same format as other management systems standards, which will now follow an identical structure with common texts, terms and definitions. This will make life easier for companies wanting to be certified to several management systems standards (MSSs), such as ISO 9001 and ISO 22000, according to the ISO group. The coordinated format will ensure coherence between the standards, simplify their integrated use and facilitate their reading and understanding by users. Food industry experts will be especially involved in this revision, but other users of the standard will be specifically targeted.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foodqualitynews.com/Regulation-and-safety/ISO-22000-standard-revision-underway