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#1 Vash

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Posted 11 September 2018 - 01:34 AM

Hello,

 

I need to conduct a risk assessment for each ingredient received for cheese.

 

Would anyone have a template i can use.
 

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:

 

 



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Posted 11 September 2018 - 05:45 AM

Hello,

 

I need to conduct a risk assessment for each ingredient received for cheese.

 

Would anyone have a template i can use.
 

Your assistance is greatly appreciated.  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:  :thumbup:

 

Hi Vash,

 

See this cheese haccp plan -

 

Attached File  cheese - condensed haccp plan.pdf   136.63KB   58 downloads

 

You will observe there are 4 ingredients. I noted no mention of (intrinsic) allergen.

 

A more detailed analysis/RA of the first two is given (for yoghurt manufacture) in the excel posted here -

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...ge-7#entry50651

 

Currently, most hazards in the 4 items would probably be handled within the Prerequisite Program/Pasteurisation.


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Posted 11 September 2018 - 06:46 AM

Thank this is very helpful:)



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Posted 11 September 2018 - 10:50 AM

I am with a company that does a lot of 3PL and Warehousing right now but I have found success with this template. 

 

Attached File  Hazard Analysis Receiving.docx   19.36KB   56 downloads

 

The FSRAM that you see is from the Risk Analysis that is conducted for each of the possible trouble areas in each step.  Hope this helps at least give you some flexibility and other choices.

 

Attached File  Food Safety Risk Analysis Matrix.docx   12.47KB   56 downloads


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Posted 11 September 2018 - 12:32 PM

I am with a company that does a lot of 3PL and Warehousing right now but I have found success with this template. 

 

attachicon.gif Hazard Analysis Receiving.docx

 

The FSRAM that you see is from the Risk Analysis that is conducted for each of the possible trouble areas in each step.  Hope this helps at least give you some flexibility and other choices.

 

attachicon.gif Food Safety Risk Analysis Matrix.docx

 

Hi Brendan,

 

Thanks for the attachments. I eventually worked out that FSRAM = Food Safety Risk Analysis Matrix. Another unique acronym. :smile:

 

As i read it, the hazard analysis attempts to be a  generic  template.  But the cell text shown must surely mismatch for many specific products.? Campylobacter in Cheese for example.

 

Classifying aflatoxin, mycotoxins and allergens as "Pathogens" seems questionable.

 

The risk matrix is a popular layout but, from a safety POV, I always have difficulty in seeing how one can mix Product Recall/Customer Complaint alongside Loss of Life.

 

Regardless, thanks for inputs.


Kind Regards,

 

Charles.C


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Posted 11 September 2018 - 01:43 PM

Great point Charles, the company I am with now handles 3PL of hundreds of materials and in order to make the HACCP more manageable it was broken down into temperature zones, a headache I am sure you can understand.  With that we have to address all of hazards for a particular temperature zone rather than just a singular material which would be arguable easier but take more time and space.


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Posted 12 September 2018 - 06:50 PM

http://www.inspectio...9/1384900941583

 

CFIA hazard database may be of use as well


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