2017 marked the year that the GMP+ Feed Safety Assurance (FSA) module existed for 25 years. Our feed certification scheme has developed over time, to adapt to changes in the feed market and feed safety management. With this development, the feed certification scheme also became complex. During these 25 years, together with our partners, we also gained new insights in our feed certification scheme. Those insights were collected during brainstorm sessions in 2016 and 2017.
Now, the time has come to remove the complexity and apply these new insights via a systematic redesign of the GMP+ Feed Certification scheme by launching #ProjectGMP+2020. The structure of the feed certification scheme will be simplified with completely rewritten standards, intended for both GMP+ certified companies and Certification Bodies.
With #ProjectGMP+2020 we want to create a future proof GMP+ Feed Certification scheme with clear requirements and structure(s) for the entire GMP+ Community.
On this special project website you can find more information once available. We will communicate the latest updates regarding the project but also publish documentation.
Make sure you are receiving the GMP+ Newsletters to receive the updates and news regarding #ProjectGMP+2020 and join us on LinkedIn.
Do you want to share your feedback or questions, don’t hesitate to contact us via the GMP+ International Helpdesk.
The new scheme documents have been presented to the Dutch Accreditation Council (RvA). The RvA has announced that the scheme documents have been received in good order and that it has now started to assess them.
Now it is time to share the preliminary GMP+ FSA & GMP+ FRA documents with the GMP+ Community. From now on they can be viewed and read on our below: Tab: GMP+ FC scheme 2020.
Depending on the assessment of the RvA, changes can be made to the scheme documents. Take this into account when reading the documents.