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Food Safety Management System (FSMS, ISO 22000:2018) Auditor/Lead Auditor Training Course

ISO has a number of International Standards aimed at ensuring food safety throughout the supply chain. The ISO 22000 family addresses food safety management by providing guidelines and best practice for managing risks in all areas of food production.

Introduction

The successful completion of Food Safety Management Systems (FSMS) Auditor / Lead Auditor Training Course, is pre-requisite and essential to becoming an FSMS Lead Auditor.  

To participate in this training course, the following prior knowledge was expected: 

  1. Knowledge of Management System Compliance (ISO 19600)
    • Process approach (Plan-Do-Check-Act)
    • Business overall compliance risk management (ISO 31000), includes legal, legislation, contractual obligations, standards, policies, and procedures.
    • Top management leadership, other roles and responsibilities to support management system
    • Consideration of planning a management system - identify the organizational and technical measures to manage the identified risk
    • Supporting required by the management system 
    • Management system operation consideration - monitoring, reporting and communicating 
    • Performance evaluation of a management - objectives evaluation, Internal Audits, and Management Review 
    • Continually improve the effectiveness of a management system
  2. Knowledge of food safety management principles and concepts includes but not limited to:
    • Food safety-related legal, legislation, standards and contractual requirements 
    • Food safety management process (Plan-Do-check-Act)
    • Food safety management objectives
    • Prerequisite programmes (PRPs)
    • Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System (HACCP)
    • Validation planning
    • Traceability system
  3. Management system audit (ISO 19011)
    • Audit programme management 
    • Initial the audit
    • Prepare for an audit
    • Document review
    • Preparing for the on-site audit
    • Audit skills
    • Conducting on-site audit 
    • Preparation of Audit evidence and findings
    • Audit report
    • Audit follow-up 
  4. ISO 22000: Knowledge of the requirements of ISO 22000 and the commonly used food safety management terms and definitions.
  5. Understand the management system certification requirements, i.e. ISO/IEC 17021-1 Conformity assessment - Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of management systems - Part 1: Requirements 

Note. You are advised that course examination questions can relate to any requirement of ISO 22000 and the expected prior knowledge. For delegates who do not have these, we recommend attending our foundation training course. 

Who should attend?

This is intended for those who will be involved in leading audits of an FSMS that conforms to latest ISO 22000 any organization.

Suggested job functions and their teams include:

  • People who involved in food supply chain 
  • Corporate governance managers
  • Risk and compliance managers
  • Management system representative 
  • Consultant and management system professional
  • Legal and compliance 

Learning objectives

  • Learn how to explain the purpose and business benefits of an FSMS, of FSMS standards, of management system audit and of third-party certification
  • Learn how to explain the role of an auditor to plan, conduct, report, and follow-up an FSMS audit in accordance with ISO 19011 (and ISO 17021) where appropriate
  • Learn how to plan, conduct, report and follow-up an audit of an FSMS to establish conformity (or otherwise) with ISO 22000 in accordance with ISO 19011 (and ISO 17021 where appropriate)

Course benefits

  • Your organization will have an internal resource and process to be able to conduct its own FSMS audit to assess and improve conformance with ISO 22000
  • You will gain a professional qualification that certifies that you have the knowledge and skills to be able to lead a team to conduct an audit of an FSMS in any organization
  • Successful auditing will improve the protection of any food supply chain’s safety management processes to meet market assurance and corporate governance needs
  • Understand how to identify gaps in an FSMS system
  • Accurately audit will be able to provide continuous improvement to a management system
  • Meet training requirements for auditor certification 

Course outline

Day 1, Food safety management systems knowledge (ISO 22000)

  • Terms and definitions 
  • Management system structure (MSS) and process approach (PDCA)
  • Understanding of organization, interested parties and their requirements 
  • Management system scoping 
  • Top management leadership, management system policy and objectives 
  • Support the management system 

Day 2, Food safety risk management and operation  

  • Prerequisite programmes (PRPs)
  • Traceability system
  • Emergency preparedness and response
  • Hazard control
  • Updating the information specifying the PRPs and the hazard control plan
  • Control of monitoring and measuring
  • Verification related to PRPs and the hazard control plan
  • Control of product and process nonconformities
  • Documented management system (standard requirements and from the organization) 

Day 3, Guidelines for auditing management systems (ISO 19011) - Audit simulate the process of planning, preparation for an audit

  • Roles and responsibilities in an audit 
  • Management system performance review and continual improvement requirements 
  • Different types of audit
  • Audit programme and purpose
  • Planning an audit (initiate the audit, feasibility analysis)
  • Conduct a Stage 1 audit (document review)
  • Preparation for Stage 2 (on-site) audit - audit plan
  • Preparation of audit work documents includes checklist and audit trails 

Day 4, Guidelines for auditing management systems (ISO 19011) - Audit simulate the opening meeting, on-site audit activities, and role-play

  • Opening meeting
  • Role play for audit scenarios 
  • Practice audit skills of collecting audit evidence
  • Prepare audit findings and results, includes conformance, non-conformity (NC), and opportunity for improvement (OFI) 
  • Prepare audit report 

Day 5, Guidelines for auditing management systems (ISO 19011) - Audit simulate the closing of on-site audit - close meeting and follow-up

  • Audit conclusion 
  • Closing meeting 
  • Audit follow-up
  • Evaluating correction, the corrective action including root cause analysis and audit finding closure
  • Management system certification 
  • Course summary and examination 

What's included?

  • Course material
  • Auditor course examination 
  • Course certificate

Organizational information

  • Delegates should note that there are evening works during the course
  • The minimal numbers of delegates for this course are 4 and the maximum is 20. If the students less than 4, the course will be postponed.
  • This course is facilitated by www.TKSG.global online learning management system (LMS). The participants should have the capability to use their own PC, laptop notebook or suitable mobile devices to access the LMS.
  • This course is run in collaboration with CQI/IRCA Approved Training Partner - Hermes infotech Inc.

Additional Info

Venue (地點): Public or In-house training
Time (時間): Course time: 40 hours
Facilitator (講師): Authorized tutor

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