Critical Control Points (CCPs) is something many in the food industry know about but there is a new management system that always seems to be forgotten! Operational Pre-requisite Programs (0PRPs) has been around since 2005 but has been going undercover until now – it is to join the CCPs as the backbone of food safety management! Watch the web seminar to find out more about this new way of management.
A Summary of Webinar – CCPs vs oPRPs: Choosing and Classifying Food Safety Control Measures
In 2005 the ISO 22000 standard for food safety management systems introduced the novel concept of “Operational Pre-requisite Programs”. According to the standard, the oPRPs are to join the CCPs (Critical Control Points) in creating the backbone of the system. Since then, the use of this crucial food safety tool and its differentiation from the traditional CCP has caused much confusion and controversy. In this Webinar, we will refer to real case studies and offer a very pragmatic and easy to understand methodology for identifying and classifying critical control measures throughout the food chain.
This is part of the IFSQN webinar series on food safety