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Didier BLANC, ViaSyst founder and director, is actively involved since 2002 in various ISO technical committees in charge of the key standards operated on the ViaSyst SaaS, e.g. ISO 9001, 9004, 22000, 22002 series, 22003, 17021-1.

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ViaSyst involvement in the ISO standardization work – Upcoming ISO 9000 meeting in the Azores

ViaSyst involvement in the ISO standardization work – Upcoming ISO 9000 meeting in the Azores Dr Didier Blanc, founder and director of ViaSyst is intensively involved since 2001 as international expert in the ISO management system standardization work. It started with ISO 22000 in 2001, and then continued by initiating and drafting the first

2020-05-15T14:23:39+00:00November 9th, 2018|ISO Meetings & News|

Outcome of the 2018 ISO 22000 meeting in Bordeaux

Outcome of the 2018 ISO 22000 meeting in Bordeaux The ISO TC34 SC17, in charge of the ISO 22000 family, held its yearly meeting in Bordeaux from 1st to 5th October 2018. Dr Didier Blanc, international expert in this committee since 2001 and Director of ViaSyst, participated actively to the various debates and working

2020-05-15T14:24:33+00:00October 10th, 2018|ISO Meetings & News|

ViaSyst involvement in the ISO standardization work – Upcoming ISO 22000 meeting in Bordeaux

ViaSyst involvement in the ISO standardization work – Upcoming ISO 22000 meeting in Bordeaux Dr Didier Blanc, founder and director of ViaSyst is intensively involved since 2001 as international expert in the ISO management system standardization work. It started with ISO 22000 in 2001, and then continued by initiating and drafting the first working

2020-05-15T14:25:14+00:00September 27th, 2018|ISO Meetings & News|

End of ISO TS 22003:2007 validity

End of ISO TS 22003:2007 validity Starting point & Rationale The ISO TS 22003:2013 was published in mid-December 2013, with an official transition period of 3 years, ending mid-December 2016. This means that, in accordance with the ISO rules: from the 15th December 2016, no certificate can be issued under ISO TS 22003:2007 accreditation,

2020-05-15T14:15:25+00:00December 15th, 2016|ISO Meetings & News|