Pack 5: Product Safety Plan eDocs
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An Act called The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) was signed in 2011, in America and brought into law by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This Act meant that all aspects of the food supply-chain in the U.S had to have a food safety hazard analysis and an associated plan (or HACCP as it’s known in Europe).
This means that if you want your product to be used, sold or consumed in the U.S, then you have to adhere to FMSA. And this is where the problem lies… as FSMA doesn’t recognise HACCP, Codex principles or CCPs (to some degree).
The effects of FSMA has changed the way that food safety hazard analysis is handled across the world. It’s changed the Standards that we work to, including BRCGS.
In order to produce a Product Safety Plan today; which meets the requirements of laws in the UK, EU, U.S, Codex principles and our customer’s standards – we now need a new method of hazard analysis. This pack includes such a method developed by our very own Kassy Marsh – who is a HACCP specialist and also a PCQI Lead Instructor. This pack makes a complicated subject – simple. This pack means you can produce one Product Safety Plan, to meet all the legal requirements across the world.
You’re provided with a simple set of terminology, which will mean that all aspects of law are complied with. Which means you don’t need to have multiple copies of the same documentation – with the terms in them amended in each.
And because product safety controls and foreign body detection (such as metal detection) are such a key part of any Product Safety Plan, these are included in the pack too. The pack also goes into detail as to how to validate your Product Safety Control Points.
Download this pack and bring your Product Safety Plan – bang up to date.
This pack has been written to meet the following sections of the Standards:
|Agents & Brokers|
|Storage & Distribution|
|2 The food safety plan – HACCP|
3.2.1 Secure settings
188.8.131.52 Container cleaning
6.1.3 – 6.1.6 Process monitoring of CCPs
|2 Hazard and risk management|
3.9.2 Hazard and risk analysis and subcontracted processes
4.5.1 – 4.5.5 Layout, product flow and segregation
184.108.40.206 Biological control
|2 Hazard and risk assessment||2 Hazard and risk analysis|
14.3 Review prior to undertaking new services