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Two Days Workshop on ISO 22000:2005 for the Snacks and Sweets Industry

News | 12.08.2016: The Indian Food Processing industries, especially SMEs, are facing stiff challenges to meet global food safety standards including Food Safety and Standards Act (FSSA). With this view, TUV India & GIZ present : A two-day workshop for SMEs on ISO 22000:2005, in the Indian context.

Course Objectives

The objective of this training program is to provide

  • Importance of Food Safety Management System
  • Basic principles of ISO 22000 :2005 management system
  • GMPs & hygiene practices
  • extensive hands on experience to implement Food Safety Systems

Course Features

It is highly interactive program with a number of case studies which helps in providing good implementation procedures to the group of people in the organization .

Who should attend ?

Individuals interested in:

  • Enhancing knowledge on Food Safety
  • Dealing with articles of food and their manufacturing process, storage, distribution, sale, import etc.
  • Implementing hygiene and sanitary requirements.

Also suitable for:

  • Quality managers of food establishments, Farsan/Snacks/Sweet industries and RTE
  • Management representatives and/or departmental/functional quality coordinators
  • Consultants of FSMS System
  • Traders, Small and medium scale food operators, Mall managers, QSR etc.

Course Contents

  • Experience sharing by industry trainers
  • History of Food Safety
  • Pre-requisite Programs
  • Good Manufacturing Practices and Schedule VI requirements of FSSAI
  • Requirements and Interpretation of ISO 22000 Clauses
  • Best Industry Practices
  • Comprehensive handbook with checklist, implementation steps, documentation

Certificate

TÜV NORD certificate shall be issued to all the delegates attending the course.

Duration

August 30th -31st, 2016 (2 Days)

Contact for enrollment and venue details

Ms. Sangita Dhongde:
sangita@tuv-nord.com
Tel: +91-22-66477079

Ms. Poonam Malgaonkar :
poonam@tuv-nord.com
Tel: +91-22-66477096

For further information about the Food Safety Project, please visit here.