To ensure internal food safety, opt for BlueKanGo's HACCP Plan. Many functionalities such as the implementation of audits, the integration of evolutions will help you to succeed your certification. To get to know the application better, we invite you to request a free demo.
HACCP Plan is a digital tool used by industries involved in the manufacturing, handling, and distribution of food products. It helps them implement a food safety management system to prevent food products from food safety hazards and maintain HACCP compliance (food safety standards).
To manage food safety and ensure internal food safety, our digital food safety management software offers a variety of functionalities such as the implementation of audits, and the integration of evolutions that will help you ensure food safety compliance and achieve certification.
Why use the application “HACCP Plan ” in your company?
The HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point") is internationally recognized method and a preventive tool for food safety.
This tool contains documents that are regularly updated, depending on, for example, changes in recipes or processes. The HACCP Plan is one of the components of the Sanitary Control Plan (SCP), which is mandatory for the constitution of a sanitary approval file.
To set up a HACCP plan, you may use a full application for controlling hazards related to food safety. The application contains the recommendations of the HACCP. You can effectively manage preventive and corrective actions with a global action plan.
The HACCP system (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) is an internationally recognized method and a preventive tool for food safety.
This HACCP app is based on regularly updated food safety documents and regulations, depending on the evolution of recipes or process standards. It is an efficient tool that facilitates the implementation of a HACCP Plan, which is mandatory for the constitution of a sanitary approval file.
Indeed, to set up a HACCP plan, a digital application makes it possible to conduct hazards analysis and control the dangers related to food safety. Not only does this application contain HACCP recommendations but also allows the management of preventive and corrective actions with a global action plan.
7 good reasons for choosing our tool:
- Centralize information;
- Streamline exchanges;
- Share and standardize procedures;
- Set up audits (including remote audits);
- Manage the application of good hygiene practices (GHP);
- Integrate changes (continuous improvement).
- Certify yourself thanks to the self-assessment module (ISO 22000, BRC, IFS)
- Collaborative EDM: procedures, operating modes, records etc;
- Digitized hazard analysis;
- Forms dedicated to CCP/PRP monitoring;
- Automatic alerts for critical limits
- Non-compliance management;
- Self-assessment grids;
- Interactive manufacturing diagrams;
- Global action plan centralizing all preventive/corrective actions;
- Pre-configured and automated dashboards;
- Regulatory watch on food safety.
Highlights of the BlueKanGo solution:
- Native integration with your BlueKanGo platform
- Accessible on all browsers
- Real-time alerts and notifications
- Support with personalized follow-up
- Fully customizable
It all starts with a demo
People also ask
HACCP software is a digital tool used by industries involved in the manufacturing, handling, and distribution of food products. It helps them implement a food safety management system to prevent food products from food safety hazards and maintain HACCP compliance.
Yes, there are different HACCP applications and software. Here are some of the most important features when choosing HACCP software: robust centralized information system, online regulatory monitoring, and facilitates the implementation of Good Hygiene Practices (BPH).
The 7 basic steps that enable the identification, monitoring, and control of hazards that could endanger food safety are: 1. Conduct a hazardous analysis. 2. Determine Critical Control Points (CCP) 3. Establish Critical Limits 4. Monitor Critical Control Points 5. Establish Corrective Actions 6. Establish verification procedures 7. Establish Record-Keeping Procedures