Principles of haccp, Biology

Principles of HACCP

A) Determine the  Critical  Control  Points  (CCPs)

B) Establish  Critical Limit(s)

C) Establish a  System  to  Monitor Control of the  CCP

D) Establish the  Corrective  Action  to  be  taken  when  Monitoring Indicates that a Particular  CCP  is  not Under  Control

E) Establish Documentation Concerning  all  Procedures  and  Records Appropriate  to these  Principles  and  their Application

 

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