The ISO 9001 standard provides a model for a quality management system that focuses on the effectiveness of processes in a business to achieve the desired results. The standard promotes the adoption of a process-based approach that emphasizes the requirements, added value, performance and effectiveness of the process, and continuous improvement through objective measurements.
The Quality Management System (QMS) acts as an instrument to help managers find and correct inefficient processes within the organization. In addition, ISO 9001 is a way to document the culture of the organization, allowing the business to grow while maintaining the quality of the goods and services provided.
Motivated and aligned team = greater competitive advantage.
Customer satisfaction, as the main focus of the business.
Get new business and improve the image in the market.
ISO 14000 specifies the requirements of an environmental management system and allows an organization to develop a framework for environmental protection and rapid response to changing environmental conditions. The standard takes into account the environmental aspects influenced by the organization and others that can be controlled by it.
The implementation of this standard must be carried out by companies that wish to establish or improve an Environmental Management System, have confidence in the environmental policies practiced or demonstrate compliance with sustainable practices to clients and external organizations.
In its current version, it provides economic gains, since the reduction of resource consumption also reduces costs, but now this approach gains strength, which will add a lot of value to the companies that achieve this certification.
ISO 31000: 2018, risk management – guidelines, provides principles, framework and a process to manage risk. It can be used by any organization, regardless of its size, activity or sector.
The use of ISO 31000 can help organizations increase the likelihood of achieving objectives, improve identification of opportunities and threats, and allocate and effectively use resources for risk treatment.
ISO 31000 It cannot be used for certification purposes, but it provides guidance benefits for internal or external audit programs. Organizations that use it can compare their risk management practices with an internationally recognized benchmark, providing strong principles for effective management and corporate governance.
ISO 22000 is the global standard of the food safety management system applicable to the entire food supply chain.
It extends to suppliers of non-food products and services, such as equipment and cleaning manufacturers, and can be used by organizations of any size.
ISO 22000 specifies the requirements for a food safety management system that involves communication, system management and prerequisite programs. It focuses on the principles of the HACCP of the Codex Alimentarius.
Transparency demonstrated in the supply chain
Continuous improvement of food production processes
Opening to international markets with acceptance of ISO 22000
Trust generated for customers and consumers
Management of effective costs due to unification of programs and criteria
Audit based on the FSSC 22000 international scheme. This being a complete certification system based on the ISO 22000: 2018 standard, the global standard of the food safety management system and the combination with one of the sector-specific technical specifications for the prerequisite programs (ISO 22002-1: 2009). FSSC 22000 has been recognized by the Global Initiative for Food Safety.
This scheme is designed to promote international harmonization and transparency of food safety standards.
It offers the business a solid safety management framework that can be combined with ISO 9001.
An effective process in the continuous improvement of the entire supply chain
Communication and Transparency with external agents such as regulatory agencies or clients
Clear opening to other international markets
A Certification is obtained under an independent international standard
SQFI has created a solution for small and medium-sized food suppliers that do not have a solid food safety management program or who wish to take their existing program to the next level.
Built as a gradual approach, the SQF Fundamentals Program is designed to help you integrate strong food safety standards into your existing practices, while creating a way to achieve the globally accepted GFSI certification.
SQF food safety program
The SQF Family Food Safety Code is a globally accepted food safety standard approved by GFSI.
The SQF Food Safety Codes provide sites with a HACCP-based approach to ensure that their products comply with almost all regulations.
Companies seeking to meet the GFSI certification requirements of their retailers and buyers should learn more about the SQF Food Safety Program.
Demonstrate to society the commitment of the organization to food security.
Increase confidence in their food safety systems and procedures.
Good Manufacturing Practices are the foundation of any system or program related to food safety in the industry, food services and distribution chains.
Made up of basic programs such as personal hygiene, maintenance, sanitary design, integrated pest management, storage, cleaning and sanitation, among others, it leads the industry to comply with local and international regulations.
Our audit program is based on a combination of the most robust and solid criteria established by the regulation of the European, American and local union in your country.
Demonstrate compliance with the basic programs that make up Good Manufacturing Practices.
Adequacy to build a food safety program such as HACCP or FDA Food Safety Plan
HACCP – ANALYSIS OF HAZARDS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS
Our Audit based on the HACCP System provides an adaptation under an internationally recognized structured operating method that helps organizations in the food and beverage industry to identify their food safety hazards, prevent food safety risks and address legal compliance.
The HACCP is mandatory in several countries, including the United States, the EU, and countries like Mexico is only referenced in Standard, however, when it becomes formally implemented by the factory, then it becomes a mandatory requirement.
The Codex Alimentarius Commission has adopted the principles and reference in its text.
Help the factory adopt a Safety System with a Preventive approach
Common language on the present dangers
Better communication and path to certification under a global market scheme
Audit based on the American federal regulation FALCPA through FDA and the European Union for the management of allergenic ingredients. Current regulations require that all added ingredients be declared on the label, however, there are a number of issues that have arisen in relation to undeclared allergens that are not clearly covered by the label regulations.
However, our audit will focus on key aspects such as; Products that contain one or more allergens, products that become contaminated with allergens due to bad operational practices, due to the nature of the process, hidden allergens.
Adaptation to international regulation to export product to the United States or Europe
Harmonization in the criteria for the management of allergenic ingredients
Our auditors approved under the FDA standardized curriculum are responsible for audits that ensure the minimum criteria of program design and operations for the thermal treatment of canned food products, glass or “Pouch” thermal bags.
The following aspects are taken into account: (Records of equipment validation, training and certification of employees, operational practices, documentation and compliance with records, online evaluation of packaging and double closure, finished product, monitoring frequency).
Reach for low acid or acidified product lines and aseptic packaging.
Adaptation to international regulation to export product to the United States or Europe
Harmonization in the criteria for handling thermal processes
Correct technical knowledge of sterilization or pasteurization processes
Our PAS 96-based audit that aims to review the current state in the food industry about the approach implemented and procedures to improve the ability to protect the supply chain from some form of attack or adulteration to the product intentionally.
PAS 96 describes the Threat Analysis and Critical Control Point (TACCP), it is a risk management methodology that aligns with the HACCP, but has a different approach that may require contributions from employees of different disciplines, such as human resources, purchases and / or property security.
Any process can guarantee that food and food supplies that are NOT subject to criminal activity, but by using PAS 96 may make it less likely.
Our audit program allows you to adapt to the regulation of Preventive Controls for Foods for Human Consumption under the Federal Code of Regulations title 21 part 117, when your overseas supplier is identified as a required control within the supply chain.
The FSMA precertification audit is designed to verify the adequacy or compliance of the Preventive Controls program for companies that produce food for human consumption and export to the United States. They are designed to ensure compliance with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), Hazard Analysis, Food Safety Plan, its determined Preventive Controls and its monitoring system through its records.
Our Qualified Auditors and also Qualified Individuals in Preventive Controls will ensure during the tour and the review of programs, the correct adaptation and compliance of the program established under the FSMA Law.
The contract advantage brings the conduct of the audit and support to your provider throughout the cycle of closing critical nonconformities.
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