HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) is the systematic preventative approach to food safety. It addresses physical, chemical, and biological hazards as a means of prevention rather than finished product inspection. This approach has significant benefits to organisations operating within the food supply chain as it enables them to determine key controls over processes and concentrate resources on activities that are critical to ensuring safe food. Retailers, the food industry and Government in particular are concerned about ensuring that food is produced safely and that the consumer has confidence in the product. This has led to an increase in legislation over time that has focussed upon ensuring safe systems of food production. In the UK the 1995 Food Safety Amendment Regulations, for the first time required manufacturers and providers to adopt HACCP to ensure food safety.
We will do a FREE GAP analysis of your organization with respect to haccp Standard and give you a quote.
Once you have agreed to our quotation, Our team will provide the required trainings to you and will complete the documentation work required for haccp certification.
We will then conduct a pre assessment audit to ensure that you organization meets the desired certification requirements.
We will provide assistance during final certification audit to ensure that your organization achieves certification successfully.
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Our hassle free certification process has been designed to assist your company to achieve certification in just 7 – 30 days of time.
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TopCertifier helped us in restructuring our system and now we have the right model to excel. We thank the team at TopCertifier for creating the difference.
The process improvement training was fantastic. Since our focus was more on process improvement than certification it really helped the team.
Did exactly what was required without going overboard. A manageable system. Worked with existing systems. It was easy to step up and improve.