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Ensuring Food Safety Writing Your Own Food Safety Plan - The HACCP Way A Guide for Food Service Operators

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Ensuring Food Safety Writing Your Own Food Safety Plan - The HACCP Way A Guide for Food Service Operators

This manual has been written to help design a Food Safety Plan for your operation, and help you coach your staff members so they knows their role in the plan, to make it work.

To prepare safe food, you must follow certain steps and procedures throughout the entire food preparation process. This guide book provides the basis for developing your own Food Safety Plan.

A basic Food Safety Plan uses the "HACCP" method. HACCP stands for "Hazard Analysis - Critical Control Points". HACCP is a process where you identify the various steps you take when you prepare your food items, then look for possible sources of contamination, and then find ways to control these sources.

A good Food Safety Plan will make sure that anything that might make someone sick is under control. 

Environment, Health & Safety, Quality

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