HACCP Food Standard

FOOD SAFETY SYSTEMS AND HACCP

Why do companies need Food Safety Systems and HACCP?
Food Safety Systems and HACCP are vital for any food company that strives to be a leader in the market place. It provides the highest level of assurance for the consumer that the supplier will maintain its commitment to food safety and quality always.

A HACCP management system not only identifies safety and quality risks, but also validates and monitors the control measures. A HACCP Management system is based on internationally recognized principles of HACCP food safety. It uses a scientific approach which is tailored to each client in order to achieve HACCP compliance.

Using a HACCP management system is an effective tool to assess hazards and establish control systems that focus on prevention, rather than relying mainly on end-product testing.

An experienced Compliplus HACCP consultant can help the organisation to identify the risks in products, develop strategies and action plans, to minimize and manage the risks.


Having a HACCP management system can help you business in many ways including;

  • Will increase buyer confidence
  • Enhance market access, image and competitive advantages
  • Ensure the product meet the highest safety standards
  • Improved tracking and monitoring of food origin and handling
  • Improves product quality
  • Operation efficiency (less waste)
  • Compliance with retailers specifications and quality standards
  • Increased profitability through reduced food spoilage, rejects, damage
  • Commitment to produce and trading safe quality food
  • Enhancement to you brand equity
  • Enables supplier and buyers to demonstrate procedure diligence in food safety matters
  • Meets government food safety and traceability requirements
  • Ensures consistency.

The Key elements of a HACCP management system include;

  • Principles of system management
  • Maintenance of the management system
  • Control of food safety hazards through Pre-requisite programs and HACCP based food safety plans
  • Control of potential threats to quality through HACCP based food quality plans

Get in touch with us to have a confidential discussion on setting up HACCP / Food safety systems in your organisation.

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