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The Needs Of An SQF 2000 Suitable Food Safety Management System
The SQF 2000 Code places the focus on the application of HACCP. The execution of a Level 2 SQF 2000 compliant food safety management system addresses necessities using CODEX Alimentarius Commission and the national Advisory Committee on Microbiological standards for Foods ( NACMCF ) HACCP tenets to develop safety plans.
An SQF 2000 compliant quality management system needs to comply with 3 key sections of the SQF Code, SQF 2000 System necessities, Food Safety basics – Building and equipment Design and Construction and Pre-requisite Programs.
Section 4 SQF 2000 System wants prescribe the predicted contents of a food safety management system. First senior managers desires to demonstrate dedication to going along with the Code and making safe products. A documented Management Policy wants to brace this commitment and be effectively communicated. Senior management is needed to allot responsibility and authority, designate an SQF specialist, document job descriptions and ensure adequate coaching. The Quality Management System should be documented in the form of a Food Safety Manual and include the boundaries of the system. The documents and records of the management system have to be controlled.
Upper managers is needed to conduct management reviews, establish a system to control grouses and document business continuity plans.
The SQF 2000 Code requires the safety management system to incorporate directions for and control Raw Materials, packing, Contract Service suppliers, Contract makers and Finished Product to achieve SQF certification.
Section 4.4 achieving Food Safety needs conformance with Food Legislation (Regulation), for an organisation to establish Safety basics, Safety Plans, control inward-bound Goods and Services, create Corrective and preventive Action procedures and a Non-conforming Product / Equipment process. Control over Product redo, Product Release and revolution of Stock is also needed.
Section 4.5 addresses verification and Validation requirements.
Responsibility, Frequency and techniques for verification, verification
verification of Monitoring Activities, Product Sampling, Inspection and research and Internal audits should be documented and included in a corroboration Schedule.
The rest of section 4 of the SQF 2000 Code covers the prerequisites for Product Identification, Trace, Withdrawal and Recall, Site Security
And those for Identity saved Foods.
Section 5 of the SQF Code outlines the standards needed for Building and clobber Design and Construction much being as per CODEX guidelines. Fundamentally sites should be licensed and in a suitable location or the environment managed to prevent safety risk. There is stress on the building construction standards predicted in food handling areas. The standard prescribes standards for equipment, implements, protecting clothing, hand washing facilities and cars. Section 5 also addresses the control of water and ice supply, storage facilities, separation of functions, on-site labs, staff amenities, first aid facilities and waste disposal.
Section 6 of the SQF 2000 Code explains the anticipated pre-requisite programs including staff practices, coaching, calibration, pest control, maintenance, cleaning / sanitation, the monitoring water quality, control of physical pollutants, supplier approval, transport / delivery, waste management and allergen control.