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HACCP Plan Audit (Principles 1-7)

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Use this inspection to evaluate the strength of your HACCP Plan annually or after significant changes to remain within food safety standards.

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HACCP Plan Audit (Principles 1-7)

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1. Our HACCP Plan includes all relevant product descriptions, including vendor/producer, ingredients/raw materials, packaging, temperature(s), and preparation description.

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2. Our HACCP Plan includes an easy-to-understand process flow chart

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3. The process flow chart has been verified for accuracy and completeness against actual operating procedures

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4. Additional comments/observations regarding product and process descriptions

5. Our HACCP Plan is based on a hazard analysis performed after prerequisite SSOPs were implemented.

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6. The hazard analysis was performed after the most recent ingredient, process, equipment, and/or facility changes.

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7. All process steps were evaluated for hazards.

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8. For each hazard, the significance/likelihood of occurence was determined by experienced person(s) using product knowledge, epidemiological data, and information in technical literature.

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9. For each hazard, the likelihood of exposure and potential consequences were determined by experienced person(s) using product knowledge, epidemiological data, and information in technical literature.

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10. For each hazard, preventative measures have been identified and implemented (non-critical and critical control points).

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11. Additional comments and observations regarding hazard assessment and analysis

12. For each hazard with a high likelihood of exposure and potential consequences if not controlled, the appropriate step has been made into a critical control point (CCP).

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13. Critical Control Points were identified using a HACCP flow chart/decision tree

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14. Critical Control Points listed on your HACCP Plan are indeed critical (see Decision Tree)

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15. Critical Control Points listed on your HACCP Plan are NOT SSOPs or GMPs.

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16. Additional comments and observations regarding Critical Control Point identification

17. Measurable critical limits have been established for each control point.

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18. We have documented and filed the sources that led to critical limit decisions.

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19. Additional comments and observations regarding control limits

20. A monitoring procedure is included for each CCP on our plan

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21. The monitoring plan identfies responsible parties and these employees have been properly trained to monitor and respond to deviations

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22. The monitoring plan identfies type (continuous and non-continuous), regularity (periodic or random), and frequency of monitoring

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23. The monitoring plan specifies the methods and tools to be used

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24. We regularly check our monitoring tools and technology for accuracy and record the results

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25. Employees record monitoring results on a log that is stored the appropriate amount of time after testing

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26. Additional comments and/or observations regarding monitoring

27. Corrective action(s) are identified and adequately described for each CCP on our Plan

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28. Product disposal procedures are identified in the corrective action portion of our plan

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29. A procedure for demonstrating the CCP is under control is outlined in the corrective action portion of our plan

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30. Corrective actions, including deviations and CCP verifications, are documented by employees

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31. Employees are trained in corrective action procedures outlined in our plan

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32. Additional comments and/or observations regarding corrective actions

33. HACCP recordkeeping is thorough and accurate

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34. Additional comments regarding recordkeeping

35. Our plan outlines our methods for verifying the plan is working (i.e. product testing, instrument calibration, records review, etc.)

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36. Our procedure for microbial and/or chemical testing to verify our CCPs was developed by qualified person(s) using product knowledge, epidemiological data, and information in technical literature.

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37. Our procedure for microbial and/or chemical testing to verify our CCPs is documented and results are recorded.

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38. Additional comments regarding plan verification

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