What Is HACCP Plan?
HACCP plan is a hazard analysis form that covers every step in a process alongside critical control points, hazards, limits, specifications for monitoring, corrective actions, verifications, and record-keeping measures. HACCP plan can mitigate contamination risks by identifying CCPs (critical control points) for food production processes.
HACCP plans are based on descriptions of food products that account for the intended use and consumers. Analysis of the hazards associated with food production enables stakeholders to determine critical limits and set up monitoring systems. HACCP plans should also indicate corrective measures to maintain food safety in addition to verification procedures and documentation practices for these plans.