Pack 11: Product Defence eDocs
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The subject of food defence or product defence is relatively new to the food industry.
Vulnerability (VACCP) is used when assessing fraud. This only applies to materials before they arrive with you. This requires a vulnerability assessment to produce a fraud mitigation plan.
Threat (TACCP) is used when assessing malicious contamination. This applies to the materials and the finished product while it’s under your control – this means while it’s your responsibility. Which is typically, from the point of delivery of the material to you, throughout the process, to delivery of the finished product to your customer. This requires a threat assessment to produce a security plan.
This pack brings the elements of vulnerability assessment, threat assessment, fraud mitigation plan and the security plan together, under one umbrella of product defence.
This pack has been written to meet the following sections of the Standards:
|Agents & Brokers|
|Storage & Distribution|
|4.2 Site security and food defence|
5.4 Product authenticity, claims and chain of custody
|4.4 Site security and product defence|
3.8 Product authenticity, claims and chain of custody
|4.3 Product security/food defence|
4.8 Product authenticity
|4.2 Site security and product defence|
5.2.1, 5.2.2, 5.2.3 Vehicle security
3.5.3 Product fraud risk management
10.3.3 Product fraud risk management