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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point – HACCP

“HACCP helps to drive continuous improvement through your food safety management system”
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point – HACCP is a system which identifies. evaluates, and controls hazards which are significant for food safety. HACCP is a process based approach which is used internationally to provide assurance that food is safe for consumption.

International Standards Certification (ISC) has developed HACCP Certiifcation for domestic food producers, manufacturers, and food service organisations that need to demonstrate to their suppliers and customers that they have implemented a system of food safety hazard controls.

This is based on the principles and practice outlined in Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System and Guidelines for its Application, issued by the Codex Alimentarius Commission.

HACCP Explained
Implementation of HACCP requires:

  • Identification, assessment, and control of food hazards namely- physical, chemical and biological, including identification of critical control points (from growing to consumption)
  • Establishment of critical limits, monitoring of the control measures, and
  • Corrective action plan to be used when limits are exceeded.

Like any management system. It also includes requirements for documenting and verifying to ensure that the system is meeting its goals.
The international guideline for HACCP and all HACCP –based food safety management systems is the seven HACCP Principles and twelve Application Steps outlined in Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) System and Guidelines for its Application, issued by the Codex Alimentarius Commission of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Food & Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations (Alinorm 97/13A, Appendix II).

How To Obtain HACCP Certification
ISC has created the HACCP Food Safety Management Systems Guidelines to assist companies in understanding expecations in the audit process. This Guideline outlines the ISC HACCP Certification demonstrating how HACCP is best applied to your Organisation.
ISC’S Key Principles of HACCP Certification

  • A Customer Focus
  • Business Leadership: Helping you and your business
  • Involvement of People
  • Process Approach
  • System Approach to Management
  • Continual Improvement
  • Factual Approach to Decision Making
  • Mutually Beneficial Supplier Relationship
Benefits To Your Business
  • Increase your sales and improve your financial performance
  • Reduce your risk and Product liability
  • Market/Export your certified Product to any part of the Globe
  • Exclusive rights to use our Prestigious Product Mark
  • Send a clear signal to the world about the quality of your product
  • Outcome based
  • Customer focused
Who Recognises This Certification
JAS-ANZ
ISC is accredited by JAZ-ANZ. All certification awarded by ISC is recognised internationally by signatories of the International Accreditation Forum (IAF) Multi-Lateral Agreement.
For more information on all Global and Local Recognition.
Benefits to ISC Certification
  • JAS-ANZ Accredited ISO 9001:2008 Certification Audit
  • Access to global research and insight analysis to help your businesses grow
  • A distinct understanding of your business, how your business best profits through ISO 9001 certificatio
  • A process driven outcome to certification
  • Feedback and value addition from our experienced auditors and staff
  • Approachable and flexible team
  • Gap Assessment
  • Access to professionals with decades of experience across a wide array of industries – that understand your business and how ISO9001 can help you achieve competitive advantage
Why ISC
  • 20+ years of operations & 10,000+ global certifcations
  • Access to the best global auditors – ISC invests in recruiting and developing the best auditors including incentivising, training and satisfaction scoring to enhance our processes, approach and focus
  • JAS-ANZ Accredited and Recognised Certification Audits
  • Experience and Expertise
  • Process Driven and Outcome Based
  • Customer Focused
  • Feedback To Auditors and Staff Implemented
  • Approachable and flexible team –‘you call, we answer’
  • National /International Reach
  • Performance Minded
  • Gap Assessment
  • A Simple Solution – ISC has a simple stepped approach to AS/NZS 380 – minimising certification duration, clearly outlining process to audit redress and subsequent
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