ISO 22000 Auditor/Lead Auditor Conversion
Health and Safety
You need this course if ...
- you want to audit your Food Safety Management System (FSMS) against ISO 22000 requirements
- you carry out supply chain audits and a formal qualification will attract a high level of credibility
- you want to satisfy the formal Auditor/Lead Auditor training requirements for IRCA certification
You will learn ...
- the underpinning principles and benefits of a FSMS in an organisation’s success
- the background, purpose and intent of ISO 22000
- the principles, processes and techniques used for the assessment and management of food safety hazards
- the importance of aligning food safety specific controls with other general management system controls
- how continual improvement is applied within a FSMS
- the contribution audits make to the effectiveness of a management system
- the roles and responsibilities of a FSMS auditor and lead auditor
- about processes, and how to use them to audit the effective implementation of the FSMS
- to prepare thoroughly for audit and the value of process based checklists
- to gather objective evidence through observation, interviewing and reviewing ocumentation
- how to relate your audit findings to the policy and objectives of the organisation being audited, including applicable regulations and legislation
- to report your findings accurately against the requirements of ISO 22000
- the certification requirements to become a registered auditor/lead auditor with IRCA
You will need …
- to have successfully completed an IRCA approved Auditor/Lead Auditor course if you wish to register as a FSMS Auditor or Lead Auditor with IRCA. If you do not meet the above criteria, you need to attend our five day FSMS Auditor/Lead Auditor course
- extensive experience of auditing management systems
- experience of working in the food supply chain before attending this course
- a working knowledge of relevant key food safety legislation, prerequisite programmes, Good Manufacturing Practices and HACCP principles as defined in Codex Alimentarius
- ideally to have attended our ISO 22000 Appreciation and Interpretation course
To complement the ongoing transitions to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, LRQA has added two new Institute of Risk Management (IRM) accredited business risk training courses to its portfolio. The Enterprise Risk Management course provides an enterprise-wide approach to managing organisational risk using an integrated approach, whereas the Business Risk and Resilience course caters for organisational risk management, business continuity and resilience. These highly interactive 2 day courses focus on the wider organisational context, and encompass ISO 31000 risk management principles.
We also recommend these related courses to deepen your knowledge of this subject and take your skills up to the next level. Feel free to get in touch with our Client Service Team on 0800 328 6543 if you’d like more advice about which course is right for you or your team.