Freelance auditors in the food industry

The trend of freelance in land is logical from a point of view. But certifying institutions have to realize that managing freelancers requires another system than managing . And yes, FSSC22000 is part of the ISO , so it can potentially harm the whole ISO business.

Experience freelance auditors

We were asked not to post any bad experiences anymore so that we would stay impartial and unbiased. However, our latest experiences in January, strange potential suspensions and a lot of ad hoc planning in the same week made us disappointed in the industry, that's our passion.

Certifying institute auditors versus some freelance auditors

Freelance auditors versus wolf auditors

Certifying bodies

Certifying bodies, please focus on your core business: a professional certification process which goes further than billing audit days.

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