HACCP Food Safety Certification

What is Food Safety HACCP Accreditation?

Food Safety HACCP is a system ,standard which provides you with a methodical approach for process improvement. Thus, you increase your quality, consistently delivering exactly what customers expect from you.

A food safety management audit evaluates your production processes and identifies potential practices which exhibit food safety risks.

These hazards are controlled by applying preventative control at various critical points such as equipment, supply chain, employee training or process monitoring.

At a minimum level, HACCP certification meets General Principles of Food Hygiene. At Sustainable Certification™ , we can modify the system and offer you a customised solution that meets other product related codes and standards relevant to your business.

The HACCP Certification Process
How to be HACCP Certified

STEP 1

PRE-ASSESSMENT

We review your existing management systems in relation to requirements of the relevant standards for certification.

STEP 2

STAGE 1 AUDIT

A review of your management system(s) documentation is undertaken as the first step in the certification process.

STEP 3

CERTIFICATION AUDIT

The Certification Audit is conducted on site to verify that you have implemented the management system across your organisation.

STEP 4

YEARS 2 & 3: CERTIFICATION MAINTENANCE

We will conduct an annual Surveillance Audit to check the ongoing implementation of management systems across your organisation.

HACCP Certification Course Key Benefits

With the HACCP standard you can:

Show your commitment towards food safety

Prevent food recalls from occurring

Decrease cost associated with production

Review and improve your system on a continuous basis

Assures your clients, buyers and concerned authorities that you are following proper, safe and standardised processes for food production

Improve the quality of your products

Minimise waste

Contact the team at Sustainable Certification and find out more about HACCP costs, the certification process and the requirements.