Nika-Tera oil transshipment complex to implement ISO 22000 quality system
In November, dockers of the oil transshipment complex of the Sea Specialized Port Nika-Tera were trained in the implementation of the ISO 22000 food safety management system, the company informs.
It is noted that this food safety management system (HACCP), in accordance with the ISO 22000 standard, is internationally recognized as the most cost-effective means of control over food safety.
A number of training seminars were organized for the employees of the new cargo area No. 4 of the port Nika-Tera.
"The staff of the fat-and-oil industry passed the internal training. The company's motives are to increase its market attractiveness, and also to confirm to customers and suppliers that the port is ready to ensure the safety of the products during acceptance, storage and shipment. The HACCP system guarantees the export of safe products through systematic control at all stages of the production process," said Svetlana Kravchuk, head of the control systems department at Nikolaev Regional Research and Production Center
for Standardization, Metrology and Certification.
Reference: on August 28, Nika-Tera began transshipment of a new type of cargo in Nikolaev — vegetable oils. The transshipment throughout capacity is of 500 thousand tons of liquid bulk cargoes annually.