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#1 Brad@Jump


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Posted 16 March 2006 - 07:43 PM

:helpplease: Currently my company has been asked to become HACCP compliant so a customer of ours can store their packaging materials in our warehouse. We will be transporting the goods to and from their facility. Having a background in transportation, I am not too familiar with HACCP. I am taking an online course but have discovered there are no real guidelines for packaging storage.

My question is where do I start? We have a secure facility that is FAST/C-TPAT compliant (US/CAN Border Security guidelines). What do I need to put into a HACCP plan to meet the requirements? Can someone direct me to some reading material or websites?

I have found this site very useful so far.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Posted 16 March 2006 - 08:53 PM

Hello Brad,

Don't worry we'll try and help you. You're right you won't find any HACCP guidelines specific to warehousing and you are doing the right thing taking a course to get a basic understanding of the HACCP methodology.

This thread may be a good place for you to start:

Possible Risk in Warehousing Packaging Materials

There is a link on the thread to a very good article on the FoodSafety Magazine website; make sure you check it out. Once you have a better understanding of HACCP and the risks and control measures for your process you can get started developing your HACCP system and we can help you to develop a plan for this.

The more information you can provide about your warehouse the better, some photographs would be useful. If you help us we'll try our best to help you.

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