Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point, frequently known as HACCP, is a system of food safety regulations administered by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Department of Agriculture.
It is also used in pharmaceutical production. HACCP certification is held by an HACCP auditor who is trained and tested to ensure his or her knowledge and competence. A person must be certified before acting as a professional auditor.
HACCP certification auditors need thorough working knowledge of the federal regulations that govern production of food and drugs. The certification process ensures that a person knows the regulations and is qualified to conduct inspections to verify the use of proper protocols in production facilities.
Certification verifies an applicant's ability to approve adequate production steps and to evaluate and make recommendations concerning those that are inadequate.
There are a number of HACCP certification requirements:
FSS has extensive experience helping clients in becoming HACCP-compliant food production facilities. Auditors, whether from the government or third party companies, provide as it were the final grade on your sanitation and safety work. We will help you design a total program utilizing an effective synergy of sanitation chemicals, disinfectants, and practices to make sure your plant is clean and you have nothing to fear from the strictest auditor.
We are dedicated to ensuring our customers manufacture clean, safe, and high-quality food products. Our HACCP Certification expertise has been developed over the course of many years of varied experience. We are the complete source for food processing plant sanitation chemicals, equipment, and expertise. FSS offers a broad variety of products, and our experienced and conscientious professionals are well qualified to advise and assist you.