Implementing an effective Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety management system is a central priority for today’s food and beverage producers, as it is critical to complying with the standards of regulatory authorities, governments and consumers.
HACCP is a preventive risk assessment tool that ensures all food safety hazards are assessed and that appropriate controls have been put in place to eliminate or reduce contamination from those hazards.
Flowcrete Americas has created a white paper to help businesses understand the role that HACCP plays in maintaining a hygienic working environment as well as how they can ensure that the floor area within production, processing and storage areas lives up to the HACCP standard.
Entitled What is a HACCP Food Safety Management System and How Does it Relate to Flooring, the new white paper covers everything from how HACCP was developed, to the role it plays in the USA’s food industry regulation, how you can know whether a building material is compliant and it even details HACCP’s guidance on flooring.
The white paper also looks at HACCP International, which operates a product certification scheme that evaluates materials, equipment and services used within the food industry.
If you’d like to learn more about this increasingly important topic then click here to download and read the white paper today. To discuss specifying a HACCP International certified floor for a specific food and beverage facility then get in touch with Flowcrete Americas expert team.