Core tip: the "non genetically modified to maintain the identity (IP) certification technical specification" is divided into four parts: the first part: the second part: risk assessment measures of third parts: Part fourth: physical measures management system proposed by the standard Quality Certification Limited company Chinese certification inspection group. The drafting unit of the standard: China Inspection and Certification Group Quality Certification Co., Ltd.
The technical specification for non transgenic identity retention (IP) certification is divided into four parts:
The first part: risk assessment
The second part: organizational measures
The third part: physical measures
The fourth part: management system
The standard is proposed by the China Inspection and Certification Group Quality Certification Limited company.
The drafting unit of the standard: China Inspection and Certification Group Quality Certification Co., Ltd.
Non GM identity retention
The first part: risk assessment Risk Assessment
1 Scope and purpose
This specification applies to organizations that certify their products' Non GMO identity. CCIC-CAS, based on this specification, reviews the organizations that apply for non GMO identity maintenance certificates.
The purpose of this specification is to guide the application of non GMO identity certification organizations to establish, execute and maintain IP system, eliminate and control genetically modified ingredients in supply chain, so as to ensure that the products produced are in line with regulatory requirements and consumer needs.
This part of the *IP certification standard specifies the risk assessment of non GM foods and their raw materials, non GM feed and non transgenic seeds and other products, and evaluates whether they meet the requirements of non GMO identity authentication.
2 standard reference files
GB/T 19011:2003 quality and / or environmental management system review guide
REGULATION (EC) No 1829/2003 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
REGULATION (EC) No 1830/2003 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of concerning the traceability 22 September 2003 and labeling of genetically modified organisms and the traceability of food and feed products produced from genetically modified organisms and amending Directive 2001/18/EC
3 terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions are applicable to the non - GM identity maintenance specification.
Three point one
Transgenic GM (Genetically Modified)
One or more exogenous genes can be transferred to a specific organism (animal, plant and microorganism) by genetic engineering.
Three point two
Transgenic organisms GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms)
A plant, animal, and microorganism that is introduced into a gene by genetic engineering.
Three point three
Non GMOs Non-GMO
Conventional, natural plants, animals, and microbes that do not use genetic engineering technology.
This definition is defined in accordance with the requirements of the EU's latest GM regulations, EC1829/2003 and EC1830/2003.
Three point four
Identity keeping Identity Preservation (IP)
IP is a strict production and transportation method that ensures the product has a certain quality through effective internal isolation control system, such as observation, inspection, sampling and testing.
Three point five
Identity keeping system Identity Preservation (IP) System
The identity maintenance system is a supply chain quality control system that maintains some specific identity of products through control measures such as isolation, inspection, record and traceability in the scope of product supply chain.
Three point six
Organization of Organization
The applicant and its controlled supplier (excluding the external supplier).
Three point seven
Controlled supply chain Controlled Supply Chain
The whole supply chain of production, production, and processing of the product, or the combination of some stages in the supply chain, is covered by the identity maintenance system.
Three point eight
Controlled program Controlled Program
The product production management system controlled by the identity maintenance system.
Three point nine
A mixture of genetically modified ingredients.
Three point one zero
Risk assessment Risk Assessment
Classifying the risk of recognition to determine key points that require key control.
Three point one one
Adverse event Adverse Event
Unidentified raw materials are mixed into controlled supply chain, traceable system problems or failures, and other situations that may cause partial or whole identity maintenance system failure.
Three point one two
The worst event Worst Case
The controlled supply chain has been severely affected, which may lead to the collapse of the entire identity maintenance system.
Three point one three
In the identity maintenance system, we can identify the source, whereabouts, quality and quantity of the raw materials, finished products (including processes), which are built around the controlled supply chain.
Three point one four
Limit value Threshold
The highest content of the genetically modified components of controlled products produced in controlled supply chain to meet the requirements of the target market (national or regional) laws and regulations.
Three point one five
Stay and release point Hold & Release Point
The risk of transgenic pollution is higher in the supply chain. After the entry of the controlled material, the controlled material shall not enter the downstream supply chain until the non - GM identity is not identified. Only after the non transgenic properties of controlled materials have been confirmed, the controlled material can enter the downstream supply chain from this point.
Three point one six
The abbreviation of deoxyribonucleic acid.
A double helix long chain polymer polymerized from deoxynucleotides. DNA constitutes the genetic material of most organisms.
Three point one seven
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR), an enzyme reaction detected by amplification of a specific DNA sequence in a organism.
Three point one eight
The abbreviation of protease chain immunoadsorption.
A method for detecting specific proteins in a sample can be detected sensitively. Changes in color by enzyme catalysis