Level 3 in HACCP for Food Manufacturing
This two-day workshop gives practical guidance on the implementation of HACCP principles as they should be applied to the manufacture of soft drinks, fruit juices and bottled waters in a factory environment.
Main topics include:
- Introduction to HACCP and its development
- Legal obligations and future legislation
- Defining hazards, possible causes and risks
- Application of HACCP principles using the WHO/Codex approach
- Practical exercises in how to HACCP - making HACCP work for your company
- Management considerations of HACCP for analysis
- Implementation and maintenance of HACCP
Who should attend: Those involved in the production and safety assurance of soft drinks, fruit juices and bottled waters production - including managers, supervisors, team leaders, engineers and those responsible for assisting in the development and maintenance of HACCP systems.
There is no mandatory pre-course requirements for entry to the course, however the qualification is predominantly for candidates alreading working in manufacturing with a sound knowledge of food safety hazards and control. Therefore, it is strongly recommended that candidates hold a foundation level HACCP qualification or have previously acquired food hygiene and safety knowledge and understanding appropriate to foundation level.
Qualification: Candidates will sit the Royal Society for Public Health's Level 3 Award in HACCP for Food Manufacturing.
Holders of the qualification will have the knowledge necessary to be an integral part of a HACCP team in soft drinks industry.
Tuition: delivered by Dialog, leading training specialists and consultants to the food industry and leading trainers in hygiene in soft drinks manufacture in the UK.
Members £625 excluding VAT
Non-members £825 excluding VAT
If purchasing online, prices quoted include 20% VAT.
For further information please contact Fiona Palmer
Upcoming Dates for this event
Wed 1 Nov 2017 to Thu 2 November 2017
British Soft Drinks Association
20-22 Bedford Row
Fri 20 Oct 2017