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Implementation Of HACCP

HACCP is defined as ‘’Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points’’. Since its early design by Pillsbury for NASA in the 1970’s HACCP has been adapted by most countries worldwide as a legal requirement. The Alcam Group can implement a fully functional HACCP plan customised to your business using the 7 HACCP principles developed by CODEX.

  1. Conduct a Hazard Analysis.
  2. Determine the Critical Control Points (CCP’s).
  3. Establish Critical Limit(s).
  4. Establish a System to Monitor the Control of CCP's.
  5. Establish the Corrective action to be taken when monitoring indicates a loss of control.
  6. Establish procedures for verification to confirm that HACCP is working effectively.
  7. Establish documentation concerning all procedures and records appropriate to these principles and their application
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