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Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP)

HACCP is a documented system of ensuring that food is always safe to eat, effectively a food risk assessment. It involves identifying food hazards and working out what needs to be done to eliminate them, or to sufficiently control them.

“The trainer was the most informative, kind, genuine caring trainer (First Aid at Work Requalification) that I have come across. He has extensive knowledge and made the course funny and engaging with his great sense of humour which is important to me with my short attention span.”

YJ, Hengrove Playpark
May 2023

Why do our customers choose us?

Food Safety Training CoursesOur food safety consultant is well versed in understanding what is required in a HACCP based system and the different ways in which it can be documented to suit the individual business, large or small.

Acorn Health & Safety is a leading provider of health and safety training and consultancy in the South West.  Our trainers and consultants come from a wide variety of professional backgrounds and have considerable, hands on practical experience which is reflected in our grounded, pragmatic approach.

Customers come from an equally diverse range of organisations and businesses but choose Acorn because we’ll keep you on the right side of the law, whilst recognising that health and safety needs to compliment your day to day business activities.

How do we support customers with HACCP?

Our food safety consultant will provide guidance on the principles of the HACCP process and guidance on the different types of documentation that can be used to demonstrate compliance.

Once it has been established the type and range of food your business produces, an appropriate method of documenting the process will be agreed that can then be understood by all those involved in its preparation.

Where ‘Safer Food, Better Business’, a HACCP based food safety management system for smaller businesses is appropriate to use, help and advice will be given on how to use the pack provided by the Food Standards Agency.

We also offer the Introduction to HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point) Level 2 e-learning training.

This course starts by covering some of the key terms you will need to understand before moving on to identifying critical control points and analysing some of the key hazards. It’ll show you how to determine control points and how to avoid cross-contamination in the food chain. It will also cover some of the control measures that can be taken along with how to address a problem is a critical limit is breached. 

What should you expect from Acorn Health & Safety?

Competent advice and guidance will be given on the most appropriate way of documenting a HACCP system suitable for your business.

Worked examples can be provided, as well as blank templates, which after training in their use, can be used by you as and when needed.

Following any piece of consultancy work we are available by phone or on e-mail, so you can contact us easily, if you need our assistance or further advice.

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Whatever your health and safety needs are, our ‘Hassle Free’ retained consultancy service is here to help.

For one-off assessments or, a tailored approach, we offer a wide range of consultancy services speak to our consultants to discuss your needs.

Health and safety for Construction, Building Management and Trades businesses, made ‘Hassle Free’ with our retained consultancy service.

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