Safe Food Certifications is proud to be the sole provider of the DFA Food Safety Standard v10.6/HACCP Verification Audit. The HACCP Verification Audit can satisfy the third-party food safety certification requirement of some customers, can serve as a way to verify a facility’s continued commitment to food safety, and can be a valuable tool in preparing for GFSI certification.
The Safe Food Alliance Food Safety Standard groups into three major sections of increasing food safety system development:
Implemented procedures and practices, which reduce the occurrence of food safety hazards.
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s)
Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) ensure that food products are manufactured, packaged, and stored in a sanitary manner. When formally documented and implemented, GMP’s are an example of a prerequisite program.
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP)
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems utilize prerequisite programs and GMP’s as the foundation for a risk-based approach in controlling food safety hazards.