White Paper: HACCP – 5 Record Keeping Best Practices to Ensure Compliance

  • By: ComplianceOnline Expert
  • Date: July 08, 2014
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Recent events have shown that in an increasingly globalized food production environment, food safety has emerged as a vital public issue. Food manufacturers are increasingly under scrutiny both from governments and consumers regarding their production methods, quality practices and commitment to product safety. One of the cornerstones of a strong food safety management system is HACCP. It is a systematic approach to the identification, evaluation, and control of food safety hazards based on seven core principles. The seventh HACCP principle focuses on setting up record keeping and documentation procedures to ensure compliance with food safety regulatory requirements. For the successful implementation of HACCP, appropriate documentation and records must be kept and be readily available. This White Paper describes some of the record keeping best practices that will help food manufacturers ensure compliance with HACCP requirements related to food safety management systems.

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