ISO 45001 Transition We are pleased to inform that the ISO 45001 is released on…
We are pleased to inform that the ISO 22000 is released on June-2018 and will be replacing ISO 22000:2005. All ISO 22000:2005 Food Safety Management System (FSMS) certified companies are required to complete the transition by June-2021 or else the old standard will be obsolete.
The key changes of ISO 22000:
The transition will take at least 3 months to complete. We will suggest that you plan the transition 3-6 months ahead your next audit.
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