A food safety program is a document that identified hazards associated with the processing of food in a food business and how these hazards will be controlled.
Once you have developed your food safety program it will need to be assessed to ensure that all food safety hazards in the handling of food in a food business have been identified and sufficient control measures have been implemented. The plan should also include monitoring documentation and pre-requisite programs to support the system.
Prior to the accreditation of a food safety program by your local council you will need to provide written advice by an accredited auditor approved under the Food Act 2006, that the food safety program complies with the requirements of Section 98 of the Food Act 2006.
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