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HACCP TO GFSI: MAKING THE TRANSITION
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HACCP to GFSI
Starting with HACCP Many food manufacturers have HACCP and GMPs in place. How does the company make the transition? Find the right certiﬁcation scheme for you: A) FSSC 22000: Worldwide recognition, and quickly growing in popularity. For food manufacturers, the requirements for this scheme are based on the two standards: ISO 22000 and ISO/TS 22002-1 B) SQF: For food manufacturers, processors, distributors and brokers, this scheme is deﬁned in the SQF Code, Version 7. C) ISO 22000: This is not a GFSI recognized scheme (outside of its use in the FSSC scheme) but applies to all organizations in the food chain. See complete list of GFSI recognized schemes A company with HACCP and GMPs already in place will need to: • Implement the Management System processes and procedures • Compare current GMPs with requirements for Prerequiste Programs (PRPs) and bridge any gaps • Compare the current HACCP program with requirements and bridge any gaps
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HACCP to GFSI
The certiﬁcation schemes require processes to manage all aspects of food safety throughout the organization, including: • Management Responsibility • Communication • Emergency Preparedness • Resource Management • Veriﬁcation planning • Traceability • Control of Nonconformity • Validation • Control of Monitoring and Measuring • Internal Audits & Corrective Actions Implementing the Management Systems Processes and Procedures • Learn what is required by the standard • Compare requirements to current processes • Modify and improve on current processes to meet requirements • Document the process, establish records and train personnel The management...