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#51 Simon

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 08:48 AM

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The Packaging Association of Canada (PAC) has developed new PACsecure voluntary food packaging-specific safety standards designed to help packaging converters harmonize with the international protocol long used by the global food and beverage industry: Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP). The website for this program is: www.pac.ca/Services/HACCPhome.html The 70 member committee that developed these standards represented a cross section of manufacturers and users, including a significant number of multi-national food companies. It is anticipated that PACsecure will be reviewed and recognized by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency when its recognition program for industry-led HACCP-based programs in launched (this will mirror its existing recognition program for on-farm food safety programs).

As of early 2008, the following modules are available to PAC members and to non-members:

Generic Food Safety – Prerequisite Program

Standards
Workbook

Flexible Plastics – Generic HACCP Plan

Standards
Workbook

Rigid Plastics – Generic HACCP Plan

Standards
Workbook

Paper – Generic HACCP Plan

Standards
Workbook

In preparation and expected to be released later in 2008 are:

Metal

Standards
Workbook

Glass

Standards
Workbook

Thanks for the 'heads up' Albert. Let us know when the documents are available and where they are so we can review them.

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Simon
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Posted 23 March 2011 - 01:29 PM

For a change I would like to ask a question if I may. :helpplease:

I know we get lots of visitors to the BRC/IOP Forum from different packaging processes (glass, metals, paper, plastics, wood) and I would like to know some details on your HACCP (hazard analysis) especially the additional hazards you have identified (if any) over and above the requirements contained in the Standard.

If you have identified Critical Control Points please tell me what they are and how you control them? If you haven't identified any CCP's again please post as it will be useful information to me.

Thanks for your help,
Simon


Hi Simon,

My first time on the forums.
We are a manufacturer of carton packaging and we have no CCP's identified.

If you have any replies of other carton packaging companies which do have CCP's, could you please inform me of those risks?

Thanks,
Claudia
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Posted 27 May 2011 - 07:01 AM

We must use packing foil to keep our food fresh and safe as well as clean so that it doesn’t get messy and unhealthy to eat. So packaging is very much important.


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