Certificate of HACCP (HACCP Course - 4 Days)
The program will provide student knowledge of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) and gain them the knowledge required to work in the food companies.
HACCP is a preventive method that is designed to prevent future Hazards in the food production line. The HACCP Prerequisite Program is the foundation which the whole HACCP Plan is based on. By designing the HACCP Prerequisite program you are deciding on the core principles of the preventive method than will take place in your company. In this program you will learn to:
Develop an action plan for implementing a prerequisite program
Identify Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP)
Outline documentation development and maintenance for prerequisite program
2. Developing your HACCP Plan:
The HACPP Plan will be established upon the HACCP Prerequisite Plan. In this plan you will prevent future hazards by locating control points during the manufacturing, thus ensuring food safety.In this program you will be able to:
Apply the codex 12 steps to HACCP
Define the seven principles of the HACCP Plan
Identify the steps to develop and implement your own HACCP Plan
Apply the techniques of effective and successful procedure writing
3. Auditing your HACCP Plan
It is essential to audit your HACCP Plan to confirm that the written standards are implemented correctly, and that it continues to be effective. An audit failure often occurs when formal documents are lacking or documentation was not made properly. You will learn how to prepare your HACCP Plan efficiently and effectively, thus successfully preparing your company for a government audit or a third-party certification audit.
4. Implementation of FSEP - Food Safety Enhancement Program
FESP has issued a 2010 Manual which describes all the mandatory changes that needs to be implemented by the food companies. In this program you will be able to understand the changes and how they affect your existing food safety system, as well as develop a proper action plan corresponding to the new requirements