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Posted 11 July 2018 - 09:46 AM

I am working for a Logistics Operation that is main business is storage and distribution in a fully enclosed warehouse. The main products in this warehouse are full pallets of soft drinks.

We are looking to have the warehouse approved for BRC Global Standard - Storage and Distribution.


I need some help on HACCP. Where do I start ???, What documents do I need ???, What standard operating procedures????


I know some of physical hazards are Glass, Wood, metal fragments, stones and dust.

The main process in the warehouse are 1) Goods In , 2) Storage, 3) Picking customer orders, 4) Distribution.







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Posted 01 August 2018 - 07:37 PM

Hi DG,


It seems like that your HACCP plan will be simple one with no CCPs, as most of your hazards will be handled by means of your PRPs (pre-requisite). Try going through the following links:






I would also recommend to have someone go through a HACCP training, preferably you. Again, it will help you to understand more about Potential Hazards & PRPs. There are few online courses available that are not expensive and are accredited. 

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