This Video is continuation of HACCP & Essentials of Food Safety Webinar conducted by Green World Group with Mr. Aloysius G. Pasion – Food Safety Manager and Quality Pillar Lead, Nestle’ MENA, Middle-East & Africa.
For better understanding, read our previous article, HACCP & Essentials of Food Safety – Introduction.
It should be in a pragmatic way. We were found that hazard plan is the foundation of your release system.
So you need to have your release system really having HACCP as a foundation. For me having these three elements will help you to have a very effective for safety management system in your company.
At the Robust Release System, usually we talk about our PRP, which is our basic hygiene practices.
Working hand in hand with our OPRP's and CCP's management to make sure that this is part of our quality monitoring system, that we release our products and eventually if we have a deviation that we handle this nonconforming products properly in such a way that they do not go outside of your facility and that you manage it. This become a contaminant for your processes.
So PRP's with HACCP Plan as a foundation should be a critical element for releasing your product and Taking into consideration, your control points for physical and chemical properties.
A control points that is regulatory related or talking about labeling, coding and not content requirements. And of course, some control points that you have for your monotonic system, particularly for pathogen monitoring. So taking all of this into consideration with a plan and your PRP’s as a foundation.
Then this will now be the basis for you to release your product into the market.
Having the confidence that you have done your due diligence as a food manufacturer, to make sure that the products that you provide to the consumer is safe. So, this is just an illustration. Let's say that you have an issue of a deviation for your particular fertility management system.
So this is just to define the difference between temporary and final blocks.
So in temporary blocking, you need to assess the situation and then eventually based on your risk assessment, to determine the final disposition, whether to dispose it or to release it or to rework it.