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A certificate holder develops and maintains its food safety assurance programme based on the internationally accepted principles of ISO 22000 and SLS 1266. Both Schemes are accredited by RvA the Netherlands, which is one of the world renowned Accreditation Bodies. Thus the certificates issued under this scheme are recognized all over the world.
HACCP or ISO 22000 certificate awarded from the SLSI implies that chemical, physical and biological hazards encountered during production or processing of the food item, as applicable to the scope of certification are controlled to make the food safe for human consumption.
The Sri Lanka Accreditation Board for Conformity Assessment (SLAB) is the National Accreditation Authority for Sri Lanka established under the Act No. 32 of 2005. The Board functions as an autonomous body under the purview of the Ministry of Technology and Research. Strengthening of the Quality Infrastructure and conformity assessment procedures in Sri Lanka and enhancing the recognition and acceptance of products and services in international and domestic markets are the main objectives of SLAB activities.
Areas Monitored under Establishment - Design, facilities, equipment and maintenance, Control of operations, Cleaning and sanitation, Personal hygiene, Transportation, Training, Product certification, Pest control, Waste management, Packaging and labelling etc.
The Dutch council for accreditation. It was established to supervise and monitor organizations which judge quality systems and/or examine an organization on the basis of European and international standards and provide accreditation. The work of a certifying body is divided into three categories. Products, processes and services, Management systems (quality, environment, safety, etc.) and Persons.