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Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 435/AG 01 (Ledningssystem för livsmedelssäkerhet)
Källa: ISO
Svarsdatum: den 7 jun 2024
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This document in conjunction with ISO 22002-100 specifies requirements for establishing, implementing and maintaining prerequisite programs (PRP) to control food safety hazards in catering services for direct consumer consumption or take away. The term “food services” is used synonymously with catering services. This document is applicable to restaurants, hotels, food trucks, institutions, workplaces (school or factory cafeteria), on-board passenger service, where open exposed food activities (e.g., cooking, mixing, blending, preparation or reheating) occur on-site for direct consumer consumption or take-away. This includes minor processing activities at retail operations (e.g. slicing, portioning, reheating). This document is applicable, regardless of size or complexity of the organization. This document is not applicable to off-site catering kitchens or industrial kitchens, that produce food that is not offered for immediate consumption. For example, this document is not applicable to off-site kitchens which produce foodstuffs that will be supplied to restaurant(s), hotel(s) or onboard catering services. ISO 22002-1 applies in this case. This document is neither designed nor intended for use in other parts of the food supply chain. Where any exclusion to a requirement of this document applies, it needs to be suitably justified and shall not adversely impact food safety.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 554 (Sport och fritid)
Källa: CEN
Svarsdatum: den 15 jul 2024
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This document specifies the minimum requirements for the provision of physical exercise at fitness clubs. This includes the operational, managerial, and supervision requirements in the delivery of both within and any externally related services offered by fitness clubs, together with the selection and positioning of exercise equipment, the essential skills required by fitness trainers, and any associated environmental and procedural requirements for safe physical exercising to take place. This document is applicable to all publicly accessible fitness clubs where exercising in groups or individually takes place and is irrespective of the size of the club. It is intended to provide a safe and controlled environment for its users, including through the use of digital technologies. This document is applicable to fitness clubs publicly available and open to user subscription or pay-as-you-go services. This document does not cover clubs that are exclusively secondary businesses and offered in addition or as a complement to their primary service. NOTE In the event that the fitness club is expected to be accessible to people with special needs (e.g. people with a disability and/or impairments, minors, etc.), attention is drawn to any relevant national guidelines.