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#1 rewel

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Posted 01 June 2016 - 10:54 PM

Hi,

 

i know there are many decision tree out on the wide world web but can you design your own do you think? and if you can do you have to reference how you came about it?

 

we are a contract wine bottling company and a lot of our process steps are not a food safety hazard.

 

many decision trees first question is do preventative measures exist for the hazard? which is fine but i would like one question before that. Is there a food safety hazard at this step? then go in to the next question, do preventative measures exist for the hazard?

 

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Posted 02 June 2016 - 08:22 AM

Hi,

 

i know there are many decision tree out on the wide world web but can you design your own do you think? and if you can do you have to reference how you came about it?

 

we are a contract wine bottling company and a lot of our process steps are not a food safety hazard.

 

many decision trees first question is do preventative measures exist for the hazard? which is fine but i would like one question before that. Is there a food safety hazard at this step? then go in to the next question, do preventative measures exist for the hazard?

 

Cheers

Rewel

 

Hi Rewel,

 

Unless the FS Standard/Regulatory/Customer defines the haccp methodology (it often does), the latter is IMO up to you.

 

But you will need to auditorially validate of course. Probably at some considerable length if significally individualistic.

 

From memory, some trees also contain yr last query.


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