LRQA webinar - What's new in food safety, FSSC 22000 and the Global Markets Program


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Cor Groenveld, LRQA Global Head of Food Supply Chain Services, is joined by Fons Schmid, Chairman of the board FSSC 2200, to discuss the latest developments in food safety.

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LRQA webinar - What's new in food safety, FSSC 22000 and the Global Markets Program

  1. 1. Welcome to the LRQA Webinar What’s New in Food Safety, FSSC 22000 and the Global Markets Program Tuesday 22 October 2013 Improving performance, reducing risk
  2. 2. Welcome to the LRQA Webinar What’s New in Food Safety, FSSC 22000 and the Global Markets Program Tuesday 22 October 2013 Cor Groenveld Fons Schmid Global Head Food Supply Chain Services LRQA Chairman of the Board of Stakeholders FSSC 22000 Please ensure that the sound on your PC or device is un-muted Any questions? During the webinar you can submit your questions to our presenters by using the Chat and Q&A functions
  3. 3. Welcome to the LRQA Food Safety Webinar Today’s Agenda: • Introduction Alex Briggs • Update on FSSC 22000 Fons Schmid • Industry Update Cor Groenveld • The Global Markets Program Cor Groenveld • Q&A All Panellists
  4. 4. Fons Schmid Chairman Board of Stakeholders FSSC 22000
  5. 5. Future of Food Megatrends 2014-2024 by Adjiedj Bakas, global trend-watcher         Global food markets development has only seen the beginning. Better efficiency in supply chains, internet shopping for fresh food, wine, beer, milk etc? Need to fight hunger and obesity at the same time. Medical foods. Back to nature: bio, natural, social, third world, animal welfare. New technologies: nanotech, grass flats, food from oceans, container-burgers, cows with headphones. Melting food consumption cultures. Less waste: WHO: ca 50% losses from field to fork, ca 30 % due to FOOD SAFETY problems. Fungi, residues, microbiological contamination, transport and storage, inefficient processing, supermarket mismanagement, consumer behaviour.
  6. 6. Foundation  The Foundation for Food Safety Certification is a Dutch based, strictly non-profit organisation.  It owns the GFSI approved FSSC 22000 and non GFSI approved HACCP food safety systems certification schemes.  The Foundation facilitates the 2 schemes: staff, offices, means and facilities.  It maintains the licence agreements with accredited Certification Bodies.  FSSC 22000 has 89 associated Certification Bodies for FSSC 22000.  The governance of FSSC is 100% with an international Board of Stakeholders, responsible for scheme content and a strict and far reaching integrity program.
  7. 7. Governance
  8. 8. Content  Features of the FSSC 22000 scheme :  Objective, scopes, content and plan, development, board of stakeholders, maintenance and review,  (actual) operation cb’s., terms & definitions.  Requirements for organisations that seek certification.  Requirements for certification bodies.  Requirements for providing accreditation.  Regulations for the Board of Stakeholders.
  9. 9. Board of Stakeholders
  10. 10. Benefits of FSSC 22000             GFSI driven global harmonisation of the best food safety schemes. Supply chain approach. Uses existing, independent, international standards: ISO 22000, ISO 22002-1, PAS 223 and ISO 22003. ISO 17021 accreditation (system and process approach). Scope: food and packaging manufacturing. Scopes will be extended with animal feed and possibly others. Stakeholder approval and commitment (industry, retailers). In-depth and rigorous food safety audits. Transparency. Non-profit and independent. Recognised by GFSI. Accepted by 25 AB’s, amongst others the European Co-operation for Accreditation (EA), ANAB, Canadian Accreditation Board, JAB, NABCB.
  11. 11. Some GFSI Committed Organisations
  12. 12. Global Recognition Global Companies using/accepting FSSC 22000: (non-exclusive) Pepsico, Coca Cola, Kraft, Danone, General Mills, Nestle, Mars, Cargill, Unilever Metro, Wal-Mart, Ahold, ICA, Food Lion, Carrefour Belgium, US food Service, Migros, Stop&Shop, Giant, McDonald's And many, many others worldwide!
  13. 13. Number of Certificates Number of sites Growth FSSC 22000 certified sites 7000 6000 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 1/1/2011 1/1/2012 Period 1/1/2013 1/10/2013
  14. 14. Number of Certificates
  15. 15. Status       89 associated CB’s around the world:  66 with full licence  23 with provisional licence, working on accreditation  LRQA, VERITAS, SGS, SAIGLOBAL, INTERTEK and many others, all dear to us! More than 1,250 auditors. 139 countries. Database with certified organisations. Packaging scope (PAS 223):  13 CB’s with a full licence  31 CB’s with provisional licence  Over 750 certificates 13 licenced training organisations.
  16. 16. Food Safety Integrity  The integrity of audits is the most important condition to ensure confidence in certification.  To achieve this all licenced certification bodies must meet:  all FSSC requirements  be accredited against the management system accreditation standard ISO/IEC 17021  by an accreditation body that has signed for accepting and using the FSSC 22000 requirements.
  17. 17. Integrity Program  Next to this FSSC 22000 has an integrity program in place to review the performance of all contracted certification bodies.  Independent expert, Integrity Manager and three regional inspectors.  The integrity program is risk based and covers:  Acceptance of the CB’s  The review of audit reports by an independent expert  CB office and witness audits  Screening audit data summary including auditor database  Sanction policy  Appeal and complaint procedure
  18. 18. Objectives 2014  Intensified communication, social media, new website.  Maintain strong Integrity Program.  Global harmonisation day for all CB’s.  Global representation (seminars, events etc.) and communication, Asia Event in Bangkok, 14 April 2014.  Establishing regional representation.  Seek co-operation with authorities.  Extension of the Scheme to other food supply chain sectors.  Extending training licences.  Continuous improvement in certified organisations.
  19. 19. Mission “To be the globally leading, independent, non profit, ISO-based and GFSI-accepted food safety certification scheme for the whole supply chain.”
  20. 20. Contact Contact Details Secretary General Cornelie Glerum E: T: (+31) 183 645 028 Join us at LinkedIn: Group FSSC 22000 Or follow us on Twitter: FSSC22000
  21. 21. Our Unique Assessment Methodology Please submit your questions by using the Chat and Q&A functions We will continue the Q&A with both of our presenters at the end of the Webinar Fons Schmid Chairman Board of Stakeholders FSSC 22000
  22. 22. LRQA Food Safety Webinar Cor Groenveld Global Head, Food Supply Chain Services Improving performance, reducing risk
  23. 23. International Developments • Introduction • Global Food Safety Initiative • ISO Food Safety Standards • Audit Integrity • Global Market Program
  24. 24. Most of our food is safe… But: • 1.8m people die each year by contaminated food and water • 2bn cases of food borne illnesses each year • USA: Food borne illnesses cause annually 5,000 deaths and $162bn costs
  25. 25. And what about Food Security and Sustainability? • Population grows from 7 to 9.3 billion in 2050 • 1/3 of all children malnourished and 6 million die each year • 1/3 of food is lost or wasted (1.3 billion tons)
  26. 26. What are the Food Safety Issues? • • • • • • • • We still have food scares Pressure on confidence and trust Lack of transparency, food fraud Growing stakeholder requirements Large number of standards and approvals Globalisation Sensitive, vulnerable sector Price pressure and associated risks
  27. 27. International Developments • Priority: Food Safety, Quality and Sustainability • GFSI approach growing (>200,000 certificates) • Evidence of improvement by users of GFSI recognised certification • Growing demand for 3rd party certification • Global manufacturers choose FSSC 22000 • Move from ‘product certification’ to ‘management system certification’ • Supply chain assurance • Food authorities interested in 3rd party certification • Integrated, risk based management systems • Customised 2nd party audit programmes
  28. 28. What do Consumers Expect? • Food safety & quality • Sustainability • Social responsibility • Food security • Protection against bio terrorism • Protection against food fraud • Healthy food • Fair trade • Animal welfare
  29. 29. The Food Supply Chain: it’s complex! Pesticides Fertilisers Animal feed Chemical processing Packaging Fishing Farming Growing Fish Breeding Dairy Fruit/ Vegetables/Gra ins Slaughtering/deb oning Utilities Machines Chemical products Meat Services Transport/ storage rework Chemical products Fresh/ Frozen Meat Fresh/ Frozen Fish Processed Food Distribution/sales/consuming Short/Long Shelf Life Dairy Fresh/Frozen Fruit/ Vegetables
  30. 30. Global Food Safety Initiative
  31. 31. GFSI • • • • • • • • Building confidence in third party certification Certified once, accepted everywhere Part of Consumer Goods Forum Launched in 2000 Largest Food Supply Chain Stakeholder organisation Benchmarking and recognition food safety certification schemes Collaboration and Networking Technical working groups
  32. 32. GFSI Recognised Certification Schemes Scheme Scope FSSC 22000 Food and Packaging Material Manufacturing IFS Food Manufacturing SQF 2000 level 2 Food and Packaging Material Manufacturing BRC Food and Packaging Material Manufacturing Global Red Meat standard Red Meat Manufacturing The Global Aquaculture Alliance Seafood Manufacturing Global GAP Agriculture SQF 1000 Agriculture Primus GFS Agriculture and Food Manufacturing Canada GAP Agriculture New: China HACCP (in benchmark process)
  33. 33. GFSI Technical Working Groups Extension of Scope • Transport and Distribution • Food Brokers and Agents • Retail/Wholesale Others • Guidance Documents • Auditor Competency • Global Market Program • Global Regulatory Affairs
  34. 34. GFSI Events 2013 26th June Beijing, China Annual Conference 6th – 8th March Barcelona, Spain 3rd-4th October Tokyo, Japan 11th September Johannesburg, South Africa 4th December Mumbai, India
  35. 35. GFSI Global Food Safety Conference 2014 Date: 26-28 February 2014 Venue: Anaheim Hilton Hotel CA, USA Participants: Over 900 senior food safety experts One World One Safe Food Supply
  36. 36. International Organisation for Standardisation
  37. 37. ISO Working Group – Food Standards • ISO TC34 / SC17 (Technical Committee 34, Sub Committee 17) • Members: representatives national standardisation organisations • Responsible for: food and food safety standards (ISO 22000 series) • Current Standards: • ISO 22000: Food Safety Management Systems • ISO/TS 22002-1: PRPs for Food Manufacturing • ISO/TS 22002-2: PRPs for Primary Production / Farming • ISO/TS 22002-3: PRPs for Catering • ISO 22003: Requirements for ISO 22000 audits • ISO 22004: Guideline for ISO 22000 • ISO 22005: Traceability • Handbook: “How to use ISO 22000” • New Work: • ISO 22002-x per Food Chain Category (in progress: packaging material, transport-storage) • Under revision: ISO 22003 and ISO 22004
  38. 38. ISO 22002/xyz Food Categories Table A.1 – Food Chain Categories Category Codes Categories Examples of Sectors A Farming 1 (Animals) animals; fish; egg production; milk production; beekeeping; fishing; hunting; trapping B Farming 2 (Plants) fruits; vegetables; grain; spices; horticultural products C Processing 1 (Perishable animal products) Including all activities after farming e.g. slaughtering meat; poultry; eggs; dairy and fish products D Processing 2 (Perishable vegetal products) fresh fruits and fresh juices; preserved fruits; fresh vegetables; preserved vegetables E Processing 3 (Products with long shelf life at ambient temperature) canned products; biscuits; snacks; oil; drinking water; beverages; pasta; flour; sugar; salt F Feed production animal feed; fish feed G Catering hotels; restaurants H Distribution retail outlets; shops; wholesalers I Services water supply; cleaning; sewage; waste disposal; development of product, process and equipment; veterinary services J Transport and storage transport and storage K Equipment manufacturing process equipment; vending machines L (Bio)chemical manufacturing additives; vitamins; pesticides; drugs; fertilizers; cleaning agents; biocultures M Packaging material manufacturing packaging material Ref. ISO 22003
  39. 39. PAS Sector PRP Technical Specifications Published: • PAS 221: PRP’s for Retail/Supermarkets • PAS 222: PRP’s for Animal Feed • PAS 223: PRP’s for Food Packaging Materials
  40. 40. Auditor Integrity and Auditor Competence
  41. 41. How does Third Party Certification Work? Scheme Owner Technical Board & Committee Certification Regulation Standard ISO Guide for Accreditation Certified Food Company Accredited Certification Body Accreditation Body
  42. 42. System and Process Based Auditing Focus on: • Management System Elements • Hazard Analysis, Management Review, Internal Audits, Change Management, Validation, Verification • Control of significant Hazards and GMP/GHP (CCP’s, OPRP’s, PRP’s) • Effectiveness of processes • Analysis of data and continuous improvement
  43. 43. System and Process Based Auditing Other areas to cover: • Vendor assurance • Traceability and transparency • Food fraud • Customer requirements and satisfaction • Training, motivation, awareness Food safety culture!
  44. 44. System and Process Based Auditing Requires High Quality Auditors! • Education in technology and food safety • Working experience in the sector • Audit competence and skills • Monitoring and continuous development
  45. 45. Creating a Pathway to Certification GFSI Global Markets Program
  46. 46. Project Overview “A capacity building program for small and/or less developed businesses that will develop effective food safety management systems through a systematic continuous improvement process.” © Global Food Safety Initiative Foundation
  47. 47. The Model A three-step approach to drive continuous improvement: Step 1: 1    Unaccredited assessment of a supplier against Basic Level Requirements Self-assessment checklist for suppliers Validity of the Basic Level assessment is 12 months Step 2: 2    Unaccredited assessment of a supplier against Basic and Intermediate Level Requirements Self-assessment checklist for suppliers Validity of the Intermediate Level assessment is again another 12 months Step 3: 3    Accredited certification against one of the GFSI recognised schemes GFSI Guidance Document and certification rules are applicable No fallback to Step 1 and/or 2 © Global Food Safety Initiative Foundation
  48. 48. The Model GFSI Recognized Schemes 100% Matching Level 12 Months 70% 60% Manufacturing Primary Production 12 Months 40% Primary Production 30% Manufacturing Global Markets Basic Level Global Markets Basic Level + Intermediate Level GFSI Guidance Document Requirements (6th Edition)
  49. 49. The Global Markets Toolkit: © Global Food Safety Initiative Foundation
  50. 50. About LRQA Improving performance, reducing risk
  51. 51. LRQA at a Glance • Member of the Lloyd’s Register group • A leading independent provider of Business Assurance services including assessment, certification and training • Independent and impartial in everything we do (no shareholders) • A unique approach - LRQA Business Assurance - to get the most from your management systems • Clients - 5,000 food organisations in over 120 countries • More than 50 accreditation bodies recognise our work
  52. 52. LRQA - Sector Approach Delivering our services in areas including: • Food Safety (FSSC 22000, ISO 22000, ISO 22002, PAS 222, PAS 223, HACCP, IFS, BRC and GMP+) • Quality (ISO 9001) • Occupational Health and Safety (OHSAS 18001) • Environment, Climate Change and Energy Management (ISO 14001, ISO 14064, ISO 50001) • Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility (SA 8000, ISO 26000, GRI, AA1000) • Supply Chain Security (ISO 28000) • Training in audit skills, standards and improvement
  53. 53. LRQA, a member of the Lloyd’s Register group Lloyd’s Register - • • • • • World leading classification society Established since 1760 US$1.5B total income 2011/2012 8,000 employees Offices in 247 cities covering all parts of the world LRQA - • • • More than 45,000 certificates around the world More than 5,000 certificates in the food industry More than 400 specialised food assessors in 55 countries
  54. 54. Our unique assessment methodology Business Assurance from LRQA helps you to manage your systems and risks to improve and protect the current and future performance of your organisation
  55. 55. Cor Groenveld Global Head Food Supply Chain Services T +31 (0) 651 849 008 E W Twitter @CGroenveld_LRQA LinkedIn Lloyd’s Register 71 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 4BS Improving performance, reducing risk Lloyd’s Register and variants of it are trading names of Lloyd’s Register Group Limited, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Copyright © Lloyd’s Register [Entity] 2013. A member of the Lloyd’s Register group.
  56. 56. Question Time Cor Groenveld Fons Schmid Global Head Food Supply Chain Services LRQA Chairman of the Board of Stakeholders FSSC 22000 Any questions? Please submit your questions by using the Chat and Q&A functions