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#1 mesophile

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Posted 15 December 2011 - 04:36 PM

Good Day Everyone,

I have written a fairly lengthy and extensive HACCP Food Safety Plan which covers some sections of the BRC, and ISO with regards to the HACCP.

This is based on a cooked meat manufacturing company, however it pretty easy to change a few sections around to suite most companies.

Please feel free to download and let me know your thoughts.

If you like it, please tick the "thank" box!

I have called the company "XXX COMPANY" therefore simply replace this with your organisation.

Regards,

Simon

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Posted 15 December 2011 - 07:04 PM

Good Day Everyone,

I have written a fairly lengthy and extensive HACCP Food Safety Plan which covers some sections of the BRC, and ISO with regards to the HACCP.

This is based on a cooked meat manufacturing company, however it pretty easy to change a few sections around to suite most companies.

Please feel free to download and let me know your thoughts.

If you like it, please tick the "thank" box!

I have called the company "XXX COMPANY" therefore simply replace this with your organisation.

Regards,

Simon


Dear mesophile,

Thks but I only see 12pgs when I open with abiword, no detail regarding haccp plan. ??

Is this correct or has file corruption occurred ? :dunno:

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Posted 16 December 2011 - 03:57 AM

Whilst I quite like the layout there are fundamentals missing e.g. Nuts from allergen list and significant part of Principle 1

In conducting the hazard analysis, wherever possible the following should be included: the likely occurrence of hazards and severity of their adverse health effects



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Posted 17 December 2011 - 03:48 PM

Dear mesophile,

Thks but I only see 12pgs when I open with abiword, no detail regarding haccp plan. ??

Is this correct or has file corruption occurred ? :dunno:

Rgds / Charles.C



Hi Charles,
This was written using Word 2010. Unfortunately I think the formatting goes a little wierd when using Abiword to open the document. Have you tried OpenOffice instead?

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 03:53 PM

Whilst I quite like the layout there are fundamentals missing e.g. Nuts from allergen list and significant part of Principle 1




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Hi Tony,

Thank you for your feedback.

When I wrote this document, it was to accompany the prerequisite programme (BRC Section 2.1.2) therefore does not cover much in the way of any of the pre-requisites i.e. nuts and allergens. I have additional documentation for these, it was mainly designed as a suplementary file to back up the other parts of section 2.0 The Food Safety Plan - HACCP.

I will post some more parts to this in the coming days.

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Posted 17 December 2011 - 06:33 PM

Hi Tony,

Thank you for your feedback.

When I wrote this document, it was to accompany the prerequisite programme (BRC Section 2.1.2) therefore does not cover much in the way of any of the pre-requisites i.e. nuts and allergens. I have additional documentation for these, it was mainly designed as a suplementary file to back up the other parts of section 2.0 The Food Safety Plan - HACCP.

I will post some more parts to this in the coming days.

Regards,

Simon



I mean it doesn't have nuts in your allergen list (Fundamental allergen I would think !)

Do you have an example HACCP plan & for what products?


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Posted 18 December 2011 - 04:46 PM

Hi Charles,
This was written using Word 2010. Unfortunately I think the formatting goes a little wierd when using Abiword to open the document. Have you tried OpenOffice instead?

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Dear mesophile,

Thks suggestion.

(latest) open office and libre office give 10 more pages but still not reached a hazard analysis ++.

Perhaps easier to further upload a pdf (or re-save as .doc and ditto). :smile:

added 040212, I have now added a (.doc) version of original file here -

http://www.ifsqn.com...dpost__p__51675

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Posted 18 December 2011 - 05:38 PM

I mean it doesn't have nuts in your allergen list (Fundamental allergen I would think !)

Do you have an example HACCP plan & for what products?


Regards,

Tony





Hi Tony,

I don't have nuts in the allergen list as we don't have nuts on site, and all of our suppliers have signed a statement declaring the products they supply us are free from nuts.

We handle 8 major serious allergens on site (Gluten, Eggs, Soya, Milk, Celery, Mustard and sulphites), which is why there is only 8 allergens shown on the list.

Hope this makes sense.

I will post a HACCP plan for one of our products, along with a pre-requisite plan and a couple of other things next week.

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Simon
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Posted 03 February 2012 - 09:36 PM

thsnk you very much for the haccp. i am really struggling wilth validation of the prerequistes. how did anyone validate their prerequistes. has anyone got aprerequistes validation table

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Good Day Everyone,

I have written a fairly lengthy and extensive HACCP Food Safety Plan which covers some sections of the BRC, and ISO with regards to the HACCP.

This is based on a cooked meat manufacturing company, however it pretty easy to change a few sections around to suite most companies.

Please feel free to download and let me know your thoughts.

If you like it, please tick the "thank" box!

I have called the company "XXX COMPANY" therefore simply replace this with your organisation.

Regards,

Simon


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