BS ISO 26000:2010 outlines international recommendations for social responsibility. It covers organisational governance, human rights, working practices, environmental policies, sustainable development and community involvement.
BS EN ISO 22000:2005 Food safety management systems. Requirements for any organization in the food chain
BS EN ISO 22000 is the international standard for food safety management systems. It outlines regulatory requirements for all organisations involved in the food supply chain. BS EN ISO 22000 highlights and combines the key food safety actions that organisations must demonstrate and fulfil.
The BS EN ISO 9000 family of standards is primarily concerned with “quality management”. Everyone may have a slightly different idea as to what “quality” is, but in the standard the definition refers to all those features of a product (or service) which are required by the customer.
This standard gives recommendations and guidance on the assessment of the risk of legionellosis presented by artificial water systems. It is applicable to any undertaking involving a work activity or premises controlled in connection with a trade, business or other undertaking where water is used or stored in circumstances that could cause a reasonably foreseeable risk of exposure to legionellae and contracting legionellosis.
NSF-CMi Limited have updated their E.coli Guidance Note. The Guidance Note, produced by Goeff Brown (Joint Managing Director), provides specific guidance to the catering and food service sector on procedures and controls to prevent E. coli infection.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published guidance on effective imported food control for local authority (LA) food services. ‘Effective imported food control’ draws on experience gained from the Agency’s programme of auditing LA imported food services.