letters mean Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point, but
there's a lot more to it than these five words. It's a way of working
that insures customers get proven quality and the assurance of healthy
and wholesome food.
Every step in
the food handling chain - premises, transportation and storage,
equipment maintenance and calibration, sanitation, personnel, and
recall procedures must have critical control procedures in place
that meet International HACCP standards.
is a willing participant in the Canadian application of a continent
wide effort to make our food safe, healthy and wholesome.
C&C PACKING'S HACCP CERTIFICATE
basic principles of HACCP are:
the hazards and list preventive measures to control them.
the critical control points.
limits at each critical control point.
procedures to monitor the critical control points.
corrective action to be taken in case of a deviation.
procedures to verify that the systems are working correctly.
Food Agency website