All food producers that want efficient, easy HACCP documentation of production lines will benefit from this module. HACCP is an abbreviation for Hazard Analysis (and) Critical Control Point.
It is an internationally recognised method for hazard analysis and risk assessment within the food industry.
Hazard analyses and CCP
Hazards can be associated with each stage of the production process. They include allergens and biological, physical or chemical hazards. All hazards can be collected together in a risk diagram for a clear view of the risk status of the product.
Hazards can also be assessed and defined as critical control points (CCPs), or defined as controlled by the basic criteria. This can be set directly or using a known decision tree.
Many people encounter various challenges when introducing HACCP methodology in food safety work. We have developed a system to help you with product description, process description, hazard analysis and risk assessment.
Features in the HACCP module
- Product register
- Register of basic criteria
- Overview of HACCP teams
- Summary of production plans
- Hazard analysis, Risk analysis
- Risk assessment
- Report on critical control points
Plans and teams
The production process is described in a plan. In this plan, you can record nonconformities and improvements, and evaluate food safety using documentation and logging. You can also add food safety teams (HACCP teams) and link these to the plan.
One key element of the HACCP methodology is based on identifying hazards and assessing the risk of unsafe products. To perform a good hazard analysis, it is necessary to have an overview and control over the basic criteria, a requirement that is addressed by having a separate register of basic criteria.