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Methods Models forConducting Risk AssessmentsUnder the BRC StandardSafefood 360 provides food safety management software forindustry leading food.
BRCbusinessesConference everywhere in the world Barcelona October 2015 Why is risk important in food safety WHAT IS RISK ASSESSMENT .
BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 What is Risk Assessment RA Process or tool for identifying a hazard and estimatingthe risk presented by that hazard Widely used in the field of food safety.
It may be quantitative or qualitative Quantitative 1 death per year in given populationfrom hazard X in product Y Qualitative High risk BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015.
What is Risk Assessment RA Quantitative preferred but seldom possible at site level More often characterised by what we don t know than what we Structured approach Supports decision making and resource allocation risk.
management Contributes to better understanding of hazards and food safety Approach adopted internationally e g EU WHO Framework BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Risk Framework.
Risk AssessmentManagementBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Steps of Risk AssessmentHazard Hazard Exposure Risk.
Identification Characterisation Assessment CharacterisationBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Risk Assessments Used in Food Safety Proliferation of risk assessments in the food sectorBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015.
What is Risk Probability x Severity RiskBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 How to address requirements under the BRCRISK ASSESSMENT AND THE BRC.
BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Risk Assessment and the BRC The BRC likes risk assessment Definitions in the BRC Risk The likelihood of occurrence of harm from a hazard .
Risk analysis A process consisting of three components risk assessment risk management and risk communication Risk assessment The identification evaluation andestimation of the levels of risk involved in a process todetermine an appropriate control process .
BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 BRC Food Issue 7 Referred to no fewer than 97 times in the Standard Required documented risk assessment 14 times Implied document risk assessment 20 times.
Most refer to PRP s and management processesBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 When does BRC Require Risk Assessment Not always clear when and what is required Application of language and terminology not always consistent.
The scope and frequency shall be established in relation tothe risks The frequency of these inspections shall be based on risk The company shall undertake a documented risk assessment dependent on risk assessment .
BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 When does BRC Requires a RiskAssessment at a predetermined frequency based on risk assessment eliminate potential risks to product safety .
prevent any risk of product contamination minimise the risk according to risk The site shall carry out an assessment on the basis of risk assessment .
BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Challenges When is risk assessment required Should it be documented Should it be structured .
What is the difference between The Company shall undertake adocumented risk assessment and The site shall carry out anassessment What is the difference between eliminate potential risks toproduct safety and prevent any risk of product contamination .
Very little guidance on risk assessmentsBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Required and Implied Risk Assessment inthe BRC Standard Interpretation.
The standard operates on two levels Required or Implied Required The Company shall undertake adocumented risk assessment Implied shall be based on risk .
Semantics BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Required Risk Assessment 14 areasNO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS.
2 THE FOOD SAFETY PLAN HACCP 2 7 LIST ALL POTENTIAL HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH EACH PROCESS STEP CONDUCT A HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CONSIDER ANY MEASURES Documented RATO CONTROL IDENTIFIED HAZARDS CODEX ALIMENTARIUS STEP 6 PRINCIPLE 1 required2 7 1 The HACCP food safety team shall conduct a hazard analysis to identify hazards which need to be prevented eliminated or reduced to Documented RAacceptable levels required.
3 4 INTERNAL AUDITS 3 4 1 The scope and frequency of the audits shall be established in relation to the risks Documented RA3 4 4 The frequency of these inspections shall be based on risk hygiene and fabrication Documented RA3 5 1 MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS AND PACKAGING3 5 1 1 The company shall undertake a documented risk assessment of each raw material or group of raw materials including packaging to Documented RA.
identify potential risks to product safety legality and quality required3 5 1 2 The approval and monitoring procedure shall be based on risk Documented RA3 5 2 1 The company shall have a documented procedure for the acceptance of raw materials and packaging on receipt based upon the risk Documented RAassessment clause 3 5 1 1 requiredBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015.
Required Risk Assessment 14 areasNO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS3 5 4 MANAGEMENT OF OUTSOURCED PROCESSING AND PACKING3 5 4 4 The company shall establish inspection and test procedures for products where part of the processing or packing have been outsourced Documented RA.
including visual chemical and or microbiological testing dependent on risk assessment required4 2 SECURITY4 2 1 The company shall undertake a documented assessment of the security arrangements and potential risks to the products from any Documented RAdeliberate attempt to inflict contamination or damage Areas shall be assessed according to risk sensitive or restricted areas shall be requireddefined clearly marked monitored and controlled Identified security arrangements to reduce risks shall be implemented and reviewed.
at least annually 4 10 FOREIGN BODY DETECTION AND REMOVAL EQUIPMENT4 10 1 1 A documented assessment in association with the HACCP study shall be carried out on each production process to identify the potential Documented RAuse of equipment to detect or remove foreign body contamination required4 10 2 FILTERS AND SIEVES.
4 10 2 2 Filters and sieves shall be regularly inspected or tested for damage on a documented frequency based on risk Documented RA4 10 3 METAL DETECTORS AND X RAY EQUIPMENT4 10 3 1 Metal detection equipment shall be in place unless risk assessment demonstrates that this does not improve the protection of final Documented RAproducts from metal contamination Where metal detectors are not used justification shall be documented The absence of metal requireddetection would only normally be based on the use of an alternative more effective method of protection e g use of X ray fine sieves.
or filtration of products BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Required Risk Assessment 14 areasNO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS.
4 14 PEST CONTROL4 14 2 The frequency of inspections shall be determined by risk assessment and shall be documented Documented RA5 3 MANAGEMENT OF ALLERGENS5 3 3 A documented risk assessment shall be carried out to identify routes of contamination and establish documented policies and Documented RAprocedures for handling raw materials intermediate and finished products to ensure cross contamination is avoided required.
5 4 PRODUCT AUTHENTICITY CLAIMS AND CHAIN OF CUSTODY5 4 2 A documented vulnerability assessment shall be carried out on all food raw materials or groups of raw materials to assess the potential Documented RArisk of adulteration or substitution requiredBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Implied Risk Assessments 20 areas.
NO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS1 1 SENIOR MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT AND CONTINUAL IMPROVEMENT 1 1 6 The company s senior management shall have a system in place to ensure that the site is kept informed of and reviews new risks to authenticity Documented RAof raw materials implied.
2 14 REVIEW THE HACCP PLANThe HACCP food safety team shall review the HACCP plan and prerequisite programmes at least annually and prior to any changes which may Documented RAaffect product safety emergence of a new risk e g known adulteration of an ingredient implied3 7 CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTIONS3 7 2 Where a non conformity places the safety legality or quality of products at risk this shall be investigated and recorded including assessment of Documented RA.
consequences by a suitably competent and authorised person implied3 11 MANAGEMENT OF INCIDENTS PRODUCT WITHDRAWAL AND PRODUCT RECAL3 11 2 The company shall have a documented product withdrawal and recall procedure This shall include guidelines for deciding whether a product Documented RAneeds to be recalled or withdrawn and the records to be maintained implied4 4 BUILDING FABRIC RAW MATERIAL HANDLING PREPARATION PROCESSING PACKING AND STORAGE AREAS.
High risk areas shall be supplied with sufficient changes of filtered air The filter specification used and frequency of air changes shall be Documented RAdocumented This shall be based on a risk assessment taking into account the source of the air and the requirement to maintain a positive air impliedpressure relative to the surrounding areas4 5 UTILITIES WATER ICE AIR AND OTHER GASES4 5 1 The microbiological and chemical quality of water shall be analysed at least annually The sampling points scope of the test and frequency of Documented RA.
analysis shall be based on risk taking into account the source of the water on site storage and distribution facilities previous sample history and impliedBRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Implied Risk Assessments 20 areasNO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS.
4 8 STAFF FACILITIES4 8 1 Designated changing facilities shall be provided for all personnel whether staff visitor or contractor These shall be sited to allow direct access to the production packing or storage areas without recourse to any external area Where this is not possible a risk assessment shall be carried out and procedures implemented Documented RA impliedaccordingly e g the provision of cleaning facilities for footwear 4 10 3 METAL DETECTORS AND X RAY EQUIPMENT.
Metal detector checking procedures shall be based on good practice and shall as a minimum include the following Use of test pieces incorporating a sphere of metal of a known diameter selected on the basis of risk The test pieces shall be marked with the size and type of test Documented RA impliedmaterial contained 4 10 6 CONTAINER CLEANLINESS GLASS JARS CANS AND OTHER RIGID CONTAINERS4 10 6 1 Based on risk assessment procedures shall be implemented to minimise foreign body contamination originating with the packaging container e g jars cans and other Documented RA implied.
pre formed rigid containers This may include the use of covered conveyors container inversion and foreign body removal through rinsing with water or air jets 4 11 HOUSEKEEPING AND HYGIENEThe frequency and methods of cleaning shall be based on risk Documented RA implied4 14 PEST CONTROL4 14 9 An in depth documented pest control survey shall be undertaken at a frequency based on risk Documented RA implied.
4 15 STORAGE FACILITIES4 15 1 Documented procedures to maintain product safety and quality during storage shall be developed on the basis of risk assessment Documented RA implied5 1 PRODUCT DESIGN DEVELOPMENT5 1 2 All new products and changes to product formulation packaging or methods of processing shall be formally approved by the HACCP team leader or authorised HACCP Documented RA impliedcommittee member This shall ensure that hazards have been assessed and suitable controls identified through the HACCP system are implemented This approval shall.
be granted before products are introduced into the factory environment BRC Conference Barcelona October 2015 Implied Risk Assessments 20 areasNO REQUIREMENT RISK ASSESSMENTREQUIREMENTS.
5 6 1 PRODUCT INSPECTION AND TESTING5 6 1 1 There shall be a scheduled programme of testing covering products and the processing environment which may include microbiological Documented RAchemical physical and organoleptic testing according to risk The methods frequency and specified limits shall be documented implied5 6 1 3 The site shall ensure that a system of ongoing shelf life assessment is in place This shall be based on risk and shall include sensory Documented RAanalysis and as applicable microbiological testing and relevant chemical factors such as pH and aw Records and results from shelf life implied.
MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLIERS OF RAW MATERIALS AND PACKAGING 3.5.1.1. The company shall undertake a documented risk assessment of each raw material or group of raw materials including packaging to identify potential risks to product safety, legality and quality. Documented RA required . 3.5.1.2. The approval and monitoring procedure shall be based on ...

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