What is HACCP?
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point, an internationally recognized and recommended approach to food safety that anticipates and prevents hazards associated with food handling and processing.
Why should my organisation implement HACCP?
HACCP is important because it prioritizes and controls potential hazards in food production. By controlling major food risks, such as microbiological, chemical and physical contaminants, the industry can better assure consumers that its products are as safe as good science and technology allows. By reducing food-borne hazards, public health protection is strengthened.
Why should my organisation apply for HACCP certification?
Satisfactory assessment of your management system leads to the award of a certificate of registration and enables clients to use the WCS logo on stationery and marketing material. Certification can be beneficial because of increased pressure by customers and consumers, to demonstrate your commitment to local authorities and other licensing organizations, to gain independent feedback on the effectiveness of your food safety system, to improve your organization’s image.
Why choose World Certification Services?
World Certification Services Ltd can provide independent certification of Food Safety Systems using HACCP principles. Companies requiring such certification will be required to meet the requirements of the Audit Schedule HAS/1 which is freely available. HAS/1 was developed by leading food experts employed by World Certification Services.
What will it cost?
World Certification Services has always offered affordable certification. We are competitive and take a sensible approach when quoting certification fees, particularly for small and medium size businesses where the cost of certification is sometimes prohibitive. Costs are based on day rates multiples by the number of days for the assessment. The larger the organisation the high the audit duration. If you would like to receive a quote detailing the costs please contact WCS now.Back to Standards