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|Title:||PROCESS OF INTEGRATING QUALITY, FOOD SAFETY, HEALTH AND SECURITY AT WORK, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCEPTS IN FOOD INDUSTRY|
|Keywords:||Integration, management, ISO, OHSAS, integrated management system|
|Abstract:||Morocco, a developing country, has decided to open its economy to the international market. This approach presents many opportunities for development of the domestic market, and export activity. However, the bar requirements faced by Moroccan companies will rise (normative requirements, needs and tastes of foreign consumers, international regulations ...).These will need to provide a competing product quality to that of foreign produce, while respecting their internal environment (working conditions) and external (natural and social environment).To meet these challenges, number of companies use international management standards. In this paper, we propose a methodology to integrate ", Quality, food Safety, Health and Safety at work and Environment (QSHSE)" concepts in a production process taking into account the requirements of ISO 9001, ISO 22000, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001.After showing interest Integration QSHSE concepts in an organization, as well as various studies in this area, we present a methodology for integration.|
|Appears in Collections:||Journal N 15|
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