State All-Union standard of ISO 22000 contains the food safety management system requirements, including not only the principles of HACCP as in State All-Union standard 51705.1, but also system-wide procedures, for example, the withdrawal procedure. In short, ISO 22000 is much deeper and wider and allows you to build a system of food safety management system requirements (HACCP) more detailed. The ISO 22000 standard already includes HACCP procedures and principles.
According to the Code of law of Russian Federation “On administrative offenses ”, Article 14.43: “ Violation by the manufacturer, performer (person performing the functions of a foreign manufacturer), seller of the requirements of technical regulations ”
1. Violation of the manufacturer, the executor (the person performing the functions of the foreign manufacturer), the seller of the technical regulations, or mandatory requirements to be applied before the date of entry into force of the relevant technical regulations for products and product-related design processes (including surveys), production, construction, installation, commissioning, operation, storage, transportation, sale and disposal, or the release of products that do not meet such requirements, except as provided for in Articles 6.31, 9.4 , 10.3, 10.6, 10.8, part 2 of article 11.21, articles 14.37, 14.44, 14.46, 14.46.1, 20.4 of this Code shall be sanctioned by an administrative fine:
3. The repeated commission of an administrative offense provided for in paragraph 2 of this article shall entail the imposition of an administrative fine:
► Internal audit
of production is carried out by the organization’s own specialists and is used for internal needs. To maintain the HACCP system in its current form, it is necessary to conduct an internal audit of the enterprise at least 2 times a year.
Regular internal audits allow you to:
► External audit
is carried out by external experts both on a voluntary basis (certification bodies) and on a compulsory basis (federal service bodies: prosecutor's office, Federal Service for Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare). The purpose of an external audit, as a rule, is an independent qualified audit of the enterprise’s performance and can be initiated both by the enterprise itself and by supervisory and investigative authorities.