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Putting the Pieces Together: Developing an Action Plan for Implementing HACCP

  • Donald A. CorlettJr.


Implementing the HACCP system in a food company or manufacturing facility requires knowledge of the system, commitment, planning, resources and follow-through. Although the knowledge and technology of the HACCP system are important prerequisites, implementation is accomplished by the more conventional methods that organizations use for establishing new procedures and processes. One must not overlook the fact that people establish new systems and that organizational skills are a most important element of this type of endeavor. The following parts of this chapter discuss organizational elements of implementing HACCP.


Project Plan Critical Limit Product Safety Quality Assurance Program Product Team 
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