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FSSC 22000 V6

Updated: Feb 7

What is FSSC 22000 V6?

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FSSC 22000 Version 6 (Food Safety System Certification) is a certification scheme for food safety management systems based on ISO 22000 and PRP specifications.

It has three main components:

  • ISO 22000, the international standard for food safety management systems

  • The relevant PRP specification/s (ISO/TS standards and BSI PAS), which provide the technical requirements for specific food.

  • The FSSC Additional Requirements, which include topics such as environmental monitoring, food defense, food fraud mitigation, food safety and quality culture, and transport tank.

Taking FSSC 22000 v6 certification can benefit food organizations in many ways, such as:

  • Enhancing their reputation and credibility in the market

  • Reducing food safety risks and costs

  • Improving customer satisfaction and loyalty

  • Increasing operational efficiency and profitability

  • Facilitating access to new markets and opportunities

We are proud to share the agenda for our upcoming FSSC 22000 V 6 workshop. We will have a team of instructors led by our president Debby Newslow with 40 plus years of experience with ISO based standards and author of the textbook Food Safety Management Programs.  The following is a synopsis of our topics along with requests and discussions from our attendees.


FSSC 22000 V 6

  • Food Safety Culture (understanding its significance, implementation, and confirmation of effectiveness. How do we prove compliance?   

  • Review of compliance requirements for FSSC 22000 V 6

  • Understanding and enhancement to comply with FSSC 22000 V6 revision

  • Review of ISO 22000:2018 – its requirements an overview

  • Review of ISO 22001:2009- Prerequisite programs

    • The role of Prerequisite Programs in your FSMS

  • Internal Auditing (basic requirements & process auditing)

  • Developing, implementing, and managing an effective Corrective Action program

    • Corrections vs Corrective Actions

    • Defining the “Nonconformance”

    • Effective Root Cause Analysis

    • Managing “effectiveness” evaluation

  • Management Responsibility & Leadership

    • Understanding requirements of ISO 22000:2018 Section 4

    • Application of the SWOT analysis

    • Identifying and Managing “Interested Parties"

  • Common findings during Certification and Surveillance Audits

  • Input and further discussions based on the needs of the attendees.


Please join us in Orlando February 22-23, 2024.


Remember all FSSC 22000 audits and surveillance visits after April 1, 2024, will evaluate compliance to Version 6. 

You can find even more of our In-person Workshops here.

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