I’m talking about something like the haccp system, or the environment in food and beverage production
“Faced with the increase in the number of cases of food poisoning in recent years, the federal government will put in place a food safety program. Food businesses will be required to implement a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP – pronounced “Hazap”) system. This style of system is already in place for the meat industry and covers the manufacture of meat products from pasture to slaughterhouse. As of July 1, 1999, all businesses that sell or handle food will be required to implement such a system. LF is in the process of implementing its own HACCP system, aiming to be one of the first companies to do so. In addition, all LF employees recently completed a one-day food safety refresher course. The accredited course has been extremely well received, with employees eager to enjoy the fruits of their labor knowing that they won’t get sick from eating those fruits – they will be prepared to follow all guidelines.
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what does HAZAP mean, is it a law or a quality system standard?
RECOGNITION OF RISKS
A. HAZAP Process – Zero Accident Risk Assessment Plan. The purpose of HAZAP is to recognize the hazards that may be encountered during a project and to plan for the elimination of those hazards. The “process” involves coordinating with the human resources department and the security department to meet the needs of running a project safely. The Project Manager or his/her designated representative is responsible for completing the HAZAP process after contract award and prior to project initiation. The steps to complete the HAZAP process are as follows.
1. Complete a Project Hazardous Materials Inventory List, Form
2. Complete the Project Labor Assessment (PMA) form, Form 2A.1b.
3. Provide Human Resources with a copy of the completed PMA to process the following.
To. Meet labor needs.
b.Meet customer requirements (drug and alcohol testing, DOT, site orientation).
w. Meet medical surveillance requirements (lead, benzene, H2S)
d. Provide site instructions.
e.Provision of required human resources documentation (termination notices, transfer notices, employee health and safety manuals).
4. Provide the Safety Manager with a copy of completed forms 2A.1b, Project Manpower Assessment, 2A.1c, Job Hazard Analysis, and 2C.1a, Hazardous Materials Inventory List, to meet the following requirements.
a.Creation of a medical clinic.
B Coordination of specialized training (forklift, AWP, fit tests, confined space, lead)
w. Meet postage requirements.
d. Provide first aid kits and bodily fluid cleanup.
5. Gather all safety-related equipment.
6. Guarantee the provisions of SOP 3C (IV), PSM-Highly hazardous materials
Exposure is monitored if necessary.
7. Prepare for emergencies
You mean HAZMAT?
Federal Hazardous Materials Transportation Act (Federal Hazardous Materials Act)
or did you mean HACCP
Hazard analysis and critical control points
for food production. if so, click on the link below for more information
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