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Introduction to Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) Principles – 1/2 Day Workshop
October 12, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm$50
HACCP is a practical way of controlling product and process quality on a daily basis. It has been mandatory in the seafood industry for over 20 years, and has now expanded throughout the food industry. With HACCP, food safety is addressed through the analysis and control of hazards — from raw material production, procurement and handling, to manufacturing, distribution and consumption of the finished product.
This half-day workshop provides a basic understanding of HACCP programs and principles: what it is; why it was developed; how to identify hazards and critical control points; and how to monitor and control them for your company.
Participants will understand the five preliminary steps necessary to develop a HACCP plan, and will also learn about the seven HAACP principles and how they apply to them:
- Conducting a hazard analysis;
- Determining the critical control points;
- Establishing critical limits;
- Creating monitoring procedures;
- Establishing corrective actions;
- Instituting verification procedures; and
- Establishing record-keeping and documentation procedures.
A HACCP plan, once implemented, often results in:
- More dependable, repetitive processes that help you improve quality, thereby reducing rework and customer complaints
- Reduced costs/increased profitability
- The ability to remain or become more competitive in the marketplace
- Training materials that you can use right away
The Entrepreneur Space is at:
36-46 37th Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
Conveniently located 10 minutes from midtown Manhattan, it is within walking distance to public transportation and near major highways connecting it to the entire metropolitan area.
By Car from Manhattan:
Ed Koch/Queensboro Bridge lower level to Queens Plaza
Turn left to NY 25A Northern Blvd.
Turn left on 37th Street
By Car from Eastern Queens:
Long Island Expressway to Greenpoint Avenue exit
Right onto Greenpoint Avenue
Left on 39th Avenue, across Queens Boulevard, continue over the Sunnyside Yard Bridge
Left on Northern Boulevard >Right on 37th Street
Please note that metered street parking is available in the immediate vicinity Street parking is more readily available after 6 p.m., though be aware that the meters function until 7 p.m. Please be aware of all street cleaning regulations
R or M train to 36th Street Station
Walk to 37th Street
Left on 37th Street
For a map on walking from the subway, click here.
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