What is HACCP?

HACCP is Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points.

The 1990 Food Safety Act and the revoked 1995 Food Act made a food hygiene control system based on the first five principles of HACCP mandatory. Food safety relies on your eliminating or controlling food safety hazards in your procedures.

In 2006 the EC Hygiene of Foodstuffs Regulation EC 852/2004 became law Europe-wide. This specifies all seven principles of HACCP.

The law does not say that you must have a HACCP system, but a permanent procedure based on the principles of HACCP.

HACCP Food Safety Checklist

Food Solutions HACCP Food Hygiene Safety checklist helps you check your food safety systems and fulfil your due diligence obligations. Regular reviews are a requirement of the HACCP principles and help demonstrate your due diligence in food safety.

The Checklist is available on Food Solutions website.