Requirements of an SQF 2000 Compliant Food Safety Management System
The SQF 2000 Code places an focus on the employment of HACCP. The setup of a Level 2 SQF 2000 compliant food safety management system addresses requirements using CODEX Alimentarius Commission and the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF) HACCP Guidelines to develop safety plans.
An SQF 2000 compliant quality management system needs 먹튀검증사이트 to comply with 3 key chapters of the SQF Code, SQF 2000 System Requirements, Food Safety Fundamentals : Building and Equipment Design and Construction and Pre-requisite Programs.
Section 4 SQF 2000 System Requirements prescribes the expected contents of a food safety management system. Firstly Senior Management needs to demonstrate commitment to complying with the Code and producing safe products. A documented Management Policy needs to reinforce this commitment and stay effectively divulged. Senior Management is required to spend responsibility and authority, contract an SQF Practitioner, document job descriptions and ensure adequate training. The quality Management System should be documented in the form of a Food Safety Manual you need to include the scope of the system. The documents and records of the management system need to be controlled.
Senior Management is required to conduct management reviews, establish a system to manage complaints and document business continuity plans.
The SQF 2000 Code requires the safety management system to include specifications for and control Raw materials, Packaging, Contract Companies, Contract Manufacturers and Finished Product.
Section 4. 4 Attaining Food Safety requires concurrence with Food Legislation (Regulation), for an organisation to ascertain Safety Fundamentals, Safety Plans, control Inward bound Goods and Services, establish Corrective and Preventive Action procedures and a Non-conforming Product/Equipment procedure. Control of Product Rework, Product Release and rotation of Stock is also required.
Section 4. 5 addresses Proof and Approval requirements.
Responsibility, Frequency and Strategies for Proof, Approval
Proof of Monitoring Activities, Product Eating, Test and Analysis and Internal audits should be documented and included in a Proof Schedule.
The rest of section 4 of the SQF 2000 Code covers certain requirements for Product Identification, Track, Disengagement and Recall, Site Security
And those for Identity Preserved Foods.
Section 5 of the SQF Code outlines the standards required for Building and Equipment Design and Construction much of which is depending on CODEX guidelines. Fundamentally Sites should be approved and in a suitable location or the earth was able to prevent safety risk. There is an focus on the building construction standards expected in food handling areas. The standard prescribes standards for equipment, products, protective clothing, hand washing facilities and vehicles. Section 5 also addresses the control of water and ice supply, storage facilities, divorce of functions, on-site laboratories, staff amenities, medical facilities and waste discretion.
Section 6 of the SQF 2000 Code points out the expected pre-requisite programs including personnel practices, training, calibration, infestations control, maintenance, cleaning/sanitation, the monitoring water quality, control of physical impurities, supplier approval, transport/delivery, waste management and allergen control.