A Reassessment/Revision Log is what is usually found in HACCP Plans. For USDA inspected plants, they are required to reassess their HACCP Plan at least annually, and the Reassessment Log is the easiest way to document it, and for the inspector to find it and review it. I keep my Reassessment Log right behind the Signature page, at the front of the plan. I think most other regulatory agencies accept this format, even though they may not look at it as intensely as the USDA. It may see to contradict SQF, BRC, etc., however, I have a Reassessment Log in my HACCP Plan, and the auditor didn't say anything about it. It may seem weird to do a reassessment every time you make a change to the plan, but I have 4 different HACCP Plans, so depending on the change, it could affect more than just the plan I'm currently working on, so reviewing everything gives me insurance.
I have attached an example of my HACCP Plan Reassessment Log. I document the date of the reassessment, what was reassessed, who did the reassessment, and their signature.
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