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IFS Food 6.1 HACCP CCP GFSI KO Monitoring

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#1 tharinduth

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Posted 19 March 2019 - 10:53 AM

Dear All,

 

I have a doubt with following IFS Food 6.1 requirement.

 

2.2.3.8.1 KO 2:
 
Specific monitoring procedures shall be established for each CCP to detect any loss of control at that CCP. Records of monitoring shall be maintained for a relevant period. Each defined CCP shall be under control. Monitoring and control of each CCP shall be demonstrated by records. The records shall specify the person responsible as well as the date and result of the monitoring activities. 
 
If someone can explain with a simple example, it would be extremely appreciated. 
 
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Posted 19 March 2019 - 12:27 PM

What specifically is your CCP for a better example?  Time/temp or micro limits etc


Because we always have is never an appropriate response!


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Posted 19 March 2019 - 01:26 PM

What specifically is your CCP for a better example?  Time/temp or micro limits etc

CCP is temperature of cold room



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Posted 19 March 2019 - 01:35 PM

So your record needs to include

 

The date, monitors name, the monitoring limits (upper and lower) as well and deviation procedures..........this is the piece that often gets missed. If a CCP is out of acceptable range, people need to know right away what to do to get A) the product in question under control and B) return the CCP to an acceptable range.

 

Date_____________   Monitors Name_________________________

 

Time______      Temp _______ (insert actual temp here)  Temp acceptable Y/N           then repeat this line as frequently as you need to  (1/4 hour/ twice a day what have you)

 

Deviation Procedures

If the temp falls below XX, put all product on hold since last good test. Contact maintenance to fix cooler.........hire a refer trailer etc etc etc

 

What did you do____________________________________________________________________

 

Did it work___________________________________________


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Posted 19 March 2019 - 01:38 PM

So your record needs to include

 

The date, monitors name, the monitoring limits (upper and lower) as well and deviation procedures..........this is the piece that often gets missed. If a CCP is out of acceptable range, people need to know right away what to do to get A) the product in question under control and B) return the CCP to an acceptable range.

 

Date_____________   Monitors Name_________________________

 

Time______      Temp _______ (insert actual temp here)  Temp acceptable Y/N           then repeat this line as frequently as you need to  (1/4 hour/ twice a day what have you)

 

Deviation Procedures

If the temp falls below XX, put all product on hold since last good test. Contact maintenance to fix cooler.........hire a refer trailer etc etc etc

 

What did you do____________________________________________________________________

 

Did it work___________________________________________

Thank you very much. It helps.







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