What is a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Audit process?
HACCP – Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point, is a risk management system that aims to identify and evaluate potential hazards and risks in food productions to activate preventive measures.
The process can be executed via standalone certifications or in conjunction with other safety regulations and systems, which can depend on the certification conceded by other entities. This difference usually depends on customer requirements.
How is a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) Audit process implemented?
The process goal is to detect, evaluate and control eventual hazards that may be related to the production equipments, and that may endanger the operations or products. This process is applied through food chains from porduction, storage and distribution.
The process includes risk analysis of different critical points previously identified. Afterward, limits are determined for what is considered critical, monitoring operations are executed and corrective actions are taken. To follow-up, verifications, history, and documentation are filled in.
How Industry 4.0 can influence the process?
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