June 20, 2008
The launching on 1 September 2005 of the ISO 22000 series, developed by ISO technical committee ISO/TC 34, Food products, signalled the arrival of a truly global option for ensuring safe food supply chains.
▪ Survey “incomplete” but reveals ISO 22000 implementation in 72 countries
▪ World food giant Danone one of the earliest adopters of ISO 22000
▪ Kraft Foods evaluates ISO 22000 as global standard for ensuring food safety
▪ World’s largest veal producer to implement ISO 22000 at all its facilities
▪ Arla Foods sees ISO 22000 becoming international benchmark for food safety
▪ International dimension of ISO 22000 motivates Malta’s leading food processor
▪ Market feedback on ISO 22000
▪ Eight keys to successful ISO 22000 implementation
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June 20, 2008
A new edition of ISO 9001, the world’s most widely used quality management system standard, is being submitted for voting as a Final Draft International Standard and, subject to formal approval by the ISO membership, the publication of the revised version should be in the October-November 2008 time frame.
The proposed ISO 9001:2008 does not introduce additional requirements compared to the last edition in 2000 and does not change the intent of ISO 9001:2000.
It is estimated that over one million ISO 9001 certificates have been issued to organizations in private and public sectors, in manufacturing and services, and in 170 countries.
ISO 9001:2008 will be the fourth edition of the standard which was first published in 1987. The third edition, published in 2000, represented a thorough revision, including new requirements and a sharpened customer focus, reflecting developments in quality management and experience gained since the publication of the initial version.
ISO 9001 is one of 17 standards (plus a corrigendum) developed by ISO/TC 176 on quality management supporting tools. These include ISO 9004:2000, Quality management systems – Guidelines for performance improvements, which is undergoing revision and expected to be published as a new edition in 2009.
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