oups..I apologize for the late reply.
ah, to give you an idea: we have the PRP, the HACCP plan and related monitoring forms, 35 SOPs (including 2 SSOPs), 2 PMPs, 60 forms, RMS, product spec sheets, appendix (test results, Food fraud/prod defense mitigation plans, etc.). Our process flow-chart has 14 steps.
We have 6 thermoforming production lines (all different types of machines), we make approx.100+ different products (50% food-50% non-food), but our plant operates as if we were 100% food grade. So you can imagine for us, it is a bit complex to have once procedure per product, per material, per machine (the molding for 1 product can fit on multiple machines and one product can be made with more than one material).
We have established product specification and we must meet these, this is the most important parameter. In our plant, sometimes the environment in the plant is a couple of degrees hotter/cooler: the machines need setting 'x', then humidity is 5% more: equipment needs setting 'x1' so we have machinist and operators that optimize the production as they go, but the most important for us is that staff are aware of product specification and that these are consistently met. Un-compliant products are discarded.
I have based myself on the IFS PACsecure audit requirements, FSEP (Canadian food safety enhancement program manual), and our plant's QC program to write our food safety program (quality management system included).
Ouch..344 SOPs? Surely not all of them are mandatory for the IFS PACsecure standard? I find this a bit much to be frank.
I am not sure this answers your question...