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#1 JR Ball

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Posted 17 June 2020 - 03:15 AM

our metal detector is transferred to a separate facility until their purchased MD arrives. our WIP (work in process) products shall be transferred and shall be converted to finished goods in that seprate facility.

 

this shall run for about 2-3 months (or maybe more).

 

do we have to update our HACCP plan, CCP determination with the interim process that is going on?

 

thanks ahead!



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Posted 17 June 2020 - 09:53 AM

Hello JR,

If you have the replacement for this MD (same MD trademark) then you don't need to change it but if you don't have a replacement then you have to change the HACCP plan according to your current situation.


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Posted 17 June 2020 - 10:53 AM

our metal detector is transferred to a separate facility until their purchased MD arrives. our WIP (work in process) products shall be transferred and shall be converted to finished goods in that seprate facility.

 

this shall run for about 2-3 months (or maybe more).

 

do we have to update our HACCP plan, CCP determination with the interim process that is going on?

 

thanks ahead!

 

Yes, IMO - your HACCP plan should reflect what is physically happening on site, so if your process changes then your HACCP should be reviewed to ensure it matches it.

If your other facility is undertaking processing to do what was previously done on your site then you can perhaps structure things to consider this as part of the assessment of the overall process - given that it is under the control of the same company and is being effectively considered as part of an overall process, one could question whether it is really that different to doing two parts of the process in separate buildings on the same site, but again this would still be a change to what you're actually physically doing at a production/process level in terms of your facility, so I personally feel that this definitely should be reflected in a reviewed HACCP system.



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Posted 22 June 2020 - 11:25 AM

Yes, IMO - your HACCP plan should reflect what is physically happening on site, so if your process changes then your HACCP should be reviewed to ensure it matches it.

If your other facility is undertaking processing to do what was previously done on your site then you can perhaps structure things to consider this as part of the assessment of the overall process - given that it is under the control of the same company and is being effectively considered as part of an overall process, one could question whether it is really that different to doing two parts of the process in separate buildings on the same site, but again this would still be a change to what you're actually physically doing at a production/process level in terms of your facility, so I personally feel that this definitely should be reflected in a reviewed HACCP system.

 

all changes in the process then, shall be reviewed, assessed and reflected in an interim HACCP plan, Hazards and CCP determination.

 

thank you for your insight.      






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