Any operation that produces food, needs to ensure that the food being made and handled is safe to eat. To this end HACCP which stands for Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, is a food safety system that is comprised of 7 guiding principles which ensures that potential hazards are identified and controlled at specific points in the process. This includes biological, chemical or physical hazards.
Aims and Objectives
The aim of the programme is to enable the delegate to:
Have an in-depth understanding of HACCP and the 7 principles that it is comprised of.
Gain knowledge of the HACCP terminology.
Will be able to select and use a wide variety of quality and auditing tools and techniques in a variety of situations.
Develop and implement a HACCP system to meet customer and regulatory requirements.
This course is ideal for
Industry professionals in any role where an understanding of HACCP is needed.
What is HACCP
7 Principles of HACCP
What is a hazard
What are risks
What is cross contamination
Premises, equipment and suppliers