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In 2022, Foundation FSSC is proud to introduce a new series of four public webinars about FSSC 22000 – “FSSC Insights.” With free webinars available to all, we aim to create a better understanding and awareness of FSSC 22000.
Every webinar session will consist of an in-depth presentation on a specific FSSC 22000 topic and the opportunity to ask us anything FSSC 22000 related.
The host of these webinars is FSSC Market Development Director Cor Groenveld.
From ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000
Our first FSSC Insights webinar, on 10 February, will focus on transitioning from ISO 22000 to FSSC 22000.
We will discuss technical elements of the transition but also potential market benefits. If you are an ISO 22000 certified organization interested in making the transition to FSSC 22000, then this is for you!
This webinar is of specific interest to companies in the food industry who are ISO 22000 certified or have FSSC 22000 questions to ask.
We will host two identical webinars to accommodate different time zones. Therefore, it is advised that you register for only one of these sessions – not both. Click the link below to register today!
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Job Opening | HR Officer Training & Development
The focus of the HR officer will be on Training and Development (T&D) and on providing support to the HR Manager by overseeing the training and growth of all FSSC team members. The HR officer is responsible for developing the talents of the team members to their full potential on individual and organizational needs. The HR Officer Training & Development will report to the HR Manager. You will work in an HR team with two colleagues.