Corrective Action Procedures for Deviations from the Critical Control Point Critical Limits
The HACCP concept has continued to evolve so that today several variations of HACCP have been proposed. Do not wait for the final, official version to appear before implementing HACCP. Select the variation which best suits your company and begin to gain experience with the concept. The HACCP Plan should be incorporated into your operating instructions so it is a working document. The HACCP Plan should not be a separate book which is placed on a shelf and then forgotten until needed.
KeywordsHazard Analysis Corrective Action Statistical Process Control Critical Control Point National Advisory Committee
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