Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) is a science-based system that identifies specific hazards and measures for their control, to ensure food safety. Certification is mandatory in several countries including the US and throughout the EU.
HACCP is more than just an obligation; it plays a critical role in ensuring your business is prepared for audits against the likes of BRCGS and FSSC 22000.LRQA delivers HACCP assessments to help ensure best practice with regards to food safety. Our range of customised solutions focuses on meeting your specific needs, providing client value and offering the tools and techniques you need to identify the appropriate solution for your business.
Benefits of HACCP
A systematic approach to food safety identifies critical risks, helping you establish preventative and corrective production processes.
Formalised food safety management demonstrates your commitment to stakeholders by meeting the demands of local legislation.
License to operate
HACCP certification is mandatory to operate in several regions, including the EU and the USA.
Need help with HACCP?
Whether you’re an early-stage food enterprise or an established brand, HACCP is an essential tool in ensuring best practice when working towards effective food safety procedures.
Why work with us?
LRQA's assessors regularly participate in the technical committees that develop and improve industry standards and are recognised voices throughout the food industry.
The technical know-how of our globally-renowned, highly-trained food safety experts allows us to adapt our assurance services to your business needs. We bring deep insight into the complex world of food safety, backed by first-class project management and communication skills.
The following Client Information Notes (CIN) have been designed to show you what is the benefits of the remote assessment and how it can help your organization.
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AIC – Agricultural Industries Confederation
The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) was formed in 2003 and is the UK’s leading trade association for the agri-supply industry.
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