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ISO 22000
Professional training

Food Safety Management System training course

ISO 22000:2018 Outline

  • ISO 22000 stipulates requirements for a food safety management system to manage food safety hazards such as raw material production, manufacturing, processing, preservation, and distribution stages to ensure that food is safe at the point of human consumption. It is an international standard.

    It is a hygiene management system that secures food safety by identifying factors that may occur at each stage before the final consumer consumes it, and setting and managing important control points for intensive management.

The importance of ISO 22000 training

  • ISO 22000 supports the achievement of a food safety management system by identifying all hazards predicted to occur in the food chain, including hazards that may be related to process types and facilities used.

    For the effective application of ISO 22000, companies and industries need qualified professionals. The purpose of the ISO 22000 Auditor Certification process is to provide the certification body with the confidence that auditors and individuals accredited through this program are eligible.

    As part of the certification process, assessments will be conducted against requirements that reflect the core skills, knowledge and experience that define eligibility. The ISO 22000 training program is based on the ISO 22000 standard, and is based on the audit guidance standard ISO 19011:2018.

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FSSC 22000
Professional training

Food Safety Management System training course

FSSC 22000 Ver. 5 Outline

  • FSSC 22000 is a global food safety standard that provides a comprehensive set of standards for food safety risk management based on the food management system standard ISO 22000 and Pre-Requisite Program (PRP) and additional requirements.

    This standard provides a framework for food safety and quality accountability management as it includes guidelines for storage and transport as well as a food safety management system.

    IGC has been granted training rights for FSSC 22000 Full License from FSSC, providing the following training:.

    ➀ Courses for organizations, certification bodies, consultants and others
    ➁ FSSC 22000 internal auditor process
    ➂ FSSC 22000 Senior Auditor Course

The importance of FSSC 22000 training

  • Course for organizations, certification bodies, consultants and others interested in general knowledge of FSSC 22000 requirements and to understand how they can be applied in other food chain organizations.

    It shows how FSSC 22000 can be implemented within various food chain categories.


    01 Internal Auditor Course Designed for organizations implementing FSSC 22000 to meet the training requirements for internal auditors. Training covers all elements specified in ISO 19011:2018.

    02 Senior Auditor Course Designed to become a senior auditor certified by a certification body. It can also be applied to organizations looking to further develop internal audit skills and consultants. Prior knowledge of FSSC 22000 is required.
    Training covers all elements specified in ISO 19011:2018, ISO/IEC 17021-1:2015 and ISO/TS 22003:2013, and includes practice courses (e.g. case study) and written exams. Total training time is 40 hours.

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FDA FSMA
Professional training

Food Safety Modernization Act training course

FSMA(FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT) outline

  • Through the FSMA Act, FDA has the authority to ensure that all food-related companies exporting to the United States have a food safety system in place and take recall actions for hazardous foods, effectively preventing food safety problems. All countries and businesses involved in the U.S. food supply chain are eligible for FSMA. Therefore, in order to facilitate food exports to the US in response to FSMA, companies that export food to the US need to prepare.

What is FSMA (FOOD SAFETY MODERNIZATION ACT)?

  • FDA FSMA third-party certification is a system in which a third-party accredited certification body conducts an audit of FSMA compliance for food production facilities located outside the United States and issues a certificate if the requirements are met. It was enacted on January 4, 2011 by the US government for the purpose of'safety of food supply and protection of public health through proactive prevention'. Through the FSMA Act, FDA has the authority to ensure that all food-related companies exporting to the U.S. have a food safety system in place and take recall actions for hazardous foods, effectively preventing food safety issues. All countries and businesses involved in the food supply chain may be eligible for FSMA. Therefore, in order to facilitate food exports to the US in response to FSMA, companies that export food to the US need to prepare.

What is PCQI?

  • PCQI is a Preventive Controls Qaulified Individual (PCQI). FSMA regulations require food manufacturers to establish and operate a food safety plan to prevent and manage potential risks as well as hazard analysis. In addition, a food safety plan should be established by a food safety prevention management expert, the effectiveness of preventive management should be verified, and related records are required to be reviewed regularly.

PCQI training content is as follows.

  • ⁘ Preventive management concept training for FSMA response
    ⁘ Food safety plan outline
    ⁘ Operating GMP and other prerequisite programs
    ⁘ Biological food safety hazards
    ⁘ Food safety hazards in chemical, physical and economic aspects
    ⁘ Pre-steps in developing a food safety plan
    ⁘ Support for preparing food safety plans (data)
    ⁘ Hazard analysis and determination of preventive control points-overview
    ⁘ Hazard analysis and determination of preventive control points
    ⁘ Preventive management
    ⁘ Food allergy support preventive management
    ⁘ Hygiene prevention management
    ⁘ Preventive management of supply chain
    ⁘ Verification and validation procedure
    ⁘ Record storage and management
    ⁘ Recovery plan
    ⁘ Legal outline (cGMP, risk analysis, risk-based preventive management)

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PCQI
Professional training

Food safety prevention management expert training course

FSPCA-approved PCQI training outline

  • According to the FDA FSMA Act, food production facilities must have at least one PCQI expert for FDA FSMA third-party certification.

    PCQI is a person who establishes a food safety plan within each company, and each company establishes a food safety plan through the appropriate number of Preventive Control Qualified Individuals (PCQI: qualified preventive management personnel) and establishes the FSMA Act. Can comply.

    Qualification is obtained by completing the PCHF (Preventive Controls for Human Food) Lead Instructor training course administered by the Food Safety Preventive Control Alliance (FSPCA), a designated organization in the United States that conducts PCQI training commissioned by the US FDA. After that, it is given to the person who obtained the certificate.

What is PCQI?

  • PCQI is a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI). PCQI (Preventive controls qualified individual) Persons who are qualified in preventive controls (controls) are qualified by successfully completing training equivalent to the standardized curriculum recognized by FDA through the development and application of risk-based preventive controls. It refers to an individual who is given or otherwise qualified through experience in the development and application of a food safety system. The preventive control regulations for food state that certain food safety related tasks must be carried out by the PCQI or be supervised. In order to qualify for PCQI, food safety workers must successfully complete the US FDA-approved standard curriculum conducted by FSPCA. PCQI training content is as follows.
    ⁘ Preventive management concept training for FSMA response
    ⁘ Food safety plan outline
    ⁘ Operate GMP and other prerequisite programs
    ⁘ Biological food safety hazards
    ⁘ Food safety hazards in chemical, physical and economic aspects
    ⁘ Pre-steps in developing a food safety plan
    ⁘ Support for preparing food safety plans (data)
    ⁘ Hazard analysis and determination of preventive control points-overview
    ⁘ Hazard analysis and determination of preventive control points
    ⁘ Preventive management
    ⁘ Food allergy support preventive management
    ⁘ Hygiene prevention management
    ⁘ Preventive management of supply chain
    ⁘ Verification and validation procedure
    ⁘ Record storage and management
    ⁘ Recovery plan
    ⁘ Legal outline (cGMP, risk analysis, risk-based preventive management)

The importance of PCQI training

  • According to the preventive control regulations for food, PCQI first, establishes a food safety plan, second, verifies preventive control, third, reviews records, and fourth, performs or manages the task of reanalyzing the food safety plan. As such, the employment of PCQI is a prerequisite for meeting the requirements of current preventive control regulations for food. The PCQI may be an employee of the food-related facility, or may be consulted by an external PCQI when establishing a food safety plan, and in some cases, two or more PCQIs may be effective in establishing a food safety plan.

PCQI requirements

  • One or more persons qualified for preventive care must do or supervise the following: ▨ Preparation of food safety plan
    ▨ Verification of preventive management
    ▨ Proof of valid reason for verification conducted after the first 90 days of production of the applicable food
    ▨ Decision that verification is not required
    ▨ Record review
    ▨ Proof of valid reason that the review of the monitoring and corrective action record was not made within 7 days
    ▨ Re-analysis of food safety plan
    ▨ Decision that after 90 days after production of the applied food, re-analysis is completed appropriate to the characteristics of preventive management and the role in the food safety system of the relevant facility, and additional preventive management can be verified.

IGC’s Competency

  • The IGC Certification Center was recognized by the US FDA and IAS as the third-party FDA FSMA certification body, the 7th in the world and the first in Korea.


    For FDA FSMA third-party certification, food producers must have at least one PCQI expert. IGC provides FSMA, PCQI, and FSVP expert training services by receiving the training authority (designated as Lead Instructor) for the PCQI training course and FSVP expert training from FSPCA.

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