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Process step hazard


Pest from vehicle
Objectionable odor from the vehicle which carried odorous material previously
Cross contamination by employees, equipment during inspection
Cross contamination of the product due to unhygienic condition of the vehicle
External/Environmental contamination
Receive of pest infested materials from the suppliers
Receive damaged products from Supplier/in transit, expired products
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag
Physical damage of the product due to improper handling
Physical contamination of the product with wooden splinters
Flying insects contamination while unloading
Pest infested product already from received lot
Temperature abuse of product during transit
Possible temp increase & microbial growth because of time lag in unloading
Cross contamination due to unclean crates
Possibility of microbial growth or improper freezing as temperature has not reached to
desired level
Chances of temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag before
shifting to freezer
Microbial growth due to temperature drop due to refrigeration system failure
Microbial growth due to temperature drop during storage
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag during secondary
packaging
Cross contamination due to secondary packaging
Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to damaged pallets
Primary or secondary packaging may get damaged due to improper handling or storage
If FEFO ignored, it may create shelf life problem
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag during put away
Products damaged during storage due to improper handling or storage condition
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of temperature drop during
storage
If FEFO ignored, it may create shelf life problem
Cross contamination among various types of meat & meat products
Products damaged during storage due to improper handling or storage condition
Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to improper storage
Pest infestation during storage
Rats may contaminate the products during storage of food items
Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to improper handling of the products
Expired products picked during picking
Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to improper handling of the products
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag

Physical damage may contaminate the product due to improper handling of the products
Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth because of time lag
Pest infestation of the vehicle
Cross contamination of food items with cleaning chemicals / pesticides during
transportation
Chance of increase of Bacterial Load due to Temperature abuse during transit
Physical damage to product or presence of foreign materials like stone, wood, hair, paper
etc.
Insects, puffed, expired products
Cross contamination with other quarantined products
Product may expire during quarantine
Product disposal not done properly, possible hazard to other products
FEFO Not followed while putting away returned products back to stock
Cross contamination of confirmed product with rejected / waste product due to same
pallet is being used for the storage

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

CCP
Yes/ No

Team Comment

reject the vehicle

Do control PM exists?

Is the step specifically designed to eliminate or reduce the likely occurance of hazard to

ccurance of hazard to an acceptable level?

Details of Hazard Identified in the sub-steps

Q1

Q2

Pest from vehicle

Yes

No

Objectionable odor from the vehicle which carried


odorous material
previously

Yes

No

Cross contamination by employees, equipments during


inspection

Yes

No

Cross contamination of the product due to unhygienic


condition of the vehicle

Yes

No

Receive of pest infested materials from the suppliers

Yes

No

Receive damaged products from Supplier/in transit,


expired products

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of time lag

Yes

No

Physical damage of the product due to improper


handling

Yes

No

Physical contamination of the product with wooden


splinters

Yes

No

Temperature abuse of product during transit

Yes

Yes

Possible temp increase & microbial growth because of


time lag in unloading

Yes

No

Cross contamination due to unclean crates

Yes

No

Possibility of microbial growth or improper freezing as


temperature has not reached to desired level

Yes

Yes

Chances of temperature abuse & possible microbial


growth because of time lag before shifting to freezer

Yes

No

Microbial growth due to temperature drop due to


refrigeration system failure

Yes

No

Microbial growth due to temperature drop during


storage

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of time lag during secondary packaging

Yes

No

Cross contamination due to secondary packaging

Yes

No

Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to


damaged pallets

Yes

No

Primary or secondary packaging may get damaged due


to improper handling or storage

Yes

No

If FEFO ignored, it may create shelf life problem

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of time lag during put away

Yes

No

Products damaged during storage due to improper


handling or storage condition

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of temperature drop during storage

Yes

Yes

Cross contamination among various types of meat &


meat products

Yes

No

Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to


improper storage

Yes

No

Pest infestation during storage

Yes

No

Rats may contaminate the products during storage of


food items

Yes

No

Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to


improper handling of the products

Yes

No

Expired products picked during picking

Yes

No

Wooden splinters may contaminate the product due to


improper handling of the products

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of time lag

Yes

No

Physical damage may contaminate the product due to


improper handling of the products

Yes

No

Temperature abuse & possible microbial growth


because of time lag

Yes

Yes

Pest infestation of the vehicle

Yes

No

Cross contamination of food items with cleaning


chemicals / pesticides during transportation

Yes

No

Chance of increase of Bacterial Load due to


Temperature abuse during transit

Yes

No

Physical damage to product or presence of foreign


materials like stone, wood, hair, paper etc

Yes

No

Insects, puffed, expired products

Yes

No

No Hazards
No Hazards
No Hazards

No Hazards

Cross contamination with other quarantined products

Yes

No

Product may expire during quarantine

Yes

No

Product disposal not done properly, possible hazard to


other products

Yes

No

FEFO Not followed while putting away returned


products back to stock

Yes

No

Cross contamination of confirmed product with rejected


/ waste product due to same pallet is being used for the
storage

Yes

No

No Hazards

Q3

Q4

CCP
Yes/No

Yes

Yes

No

Physical Inspection at dock, Clien's team has ensured


about the cleanliness of vehicle

No

No

Vehicle checking at dock (SOP Receiving,Put Away &


Storage)

No

No

Personal hygiene, use of cleaned/sanitised measuring


equipments

No

No

Physical Inspection at dock, Clien's team has ensured


about the cleanliness of vehicle

Team comment

Yes

Yes

No

Physical Inspection of the product , We have authority to


reject the vehicle

Yes

Yes

No

Receiving Checks for shelf life (SOP Receiving,Put Away &


Storage, Intimate client

Yes

Yes

No

Inspection to be completed as early as possible, closing


door of vehicle (SOP Receiving,Put Away & Storage)

No

No

Proper handling, trained staf

No

No

No use of broken pallets

CCP

Temperature checks while receiving as per specifications


(SOP Receiving,Put Away & Storage)

No

Unloading to be completed as early as possible. (SOP


Receiving,Put Away & Storage)

No

No

Proper cleaning of crates & checking before loading


products. (SOP Blast freezer cleaning, SOP Blast Freezing)

Yes

No

Preventive maintenance & calibration program. Monitoring


of blast temperature every hour (SOP Blast Freezing)

No

No

Immediate transfer from Blast to freezer (SOP Blast


Freezing)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Contingency plan (Transfer of products to standby freezer)

Yes

Yes

No

Monitoring freezer temperature every hour (SOP Blast


Freezing

No

No

Defined qty removed from storage for packing at a time.


(SOP Blast Freezing)

No

No

Proper storage of secondary packaging & no direct contact


with product.

No

No

No use of broken pallets

No

No

Trained staf for handling pallet trucks, fork lifts etc, shrinkwrapping of heavy loads

No

No

FEFO checked in storage, Use of WMS(SOP Receiving,Put


Away & Storage)

No

No

Freezer & chiller products are put away immediately after


unloading. No staging. (SOP Receiving,Put Away & Storage)

No

No

Trained staf for handling pallet trucks, fork lifts etc, shrinkwrapping of heavy loads, storage checks for damages

CCP

Continuous monitoring of storage temperature,


calibration/AMC

No

No

Designated areas for storing diferent types of meat.


Covered containers/packed boxes are used for storage
(SOP Receiving,Put Away & Storage)

No

No

No use of broken/damaged pallets for storage

No

Cleanliness, MHS followed

No

No

Pest control system, Inspection of gaps / holes inside the


plant

No

No

No use of broken pallets

No

No

Products checked for Expiry dates while picking (SOP


Picking, loading & Dispatch), WMS followed

No

No

No use of damaged or broken wooden pallets

No

No

Staging in respective storage areas for chilled & frozen


products. (SOP picking,loading & dispatch)

No

No

Trained man-power for product handling

Yes

Yes

CCP

Pre-cooling of vehicle before loading if client permits in


case of outside vehicle (SOP picking,loading & dispatch)

Yes

Yes

No

Vehicle inspection before loading (SOP picking,loading &


dispatch)

Yes

Yes

No

Use of automatic dispenser (SOP picking,loading &


dispatch)

No

Vehicle checks before loading, DRS unit installed to check


temperature during transit, temp display in drivers
cabin.Alert system is installed in our vehicle

No

No
No
No
No

No

Inspection of return product before acceptance (SOP Sales


return/product recall)

No

No

Inspection of return product before acceptance (SOP Sales


return/product recall)

No

No
Yes

Yes

No

No

Segregation of the quarantined products (SOP Damage


disposal)

No

Checking available shelf life during quarantine &


communicate to client (SOP damage disposal)

No

Rejected products shifted to Trash area for disposal (SOP


Damage disposal)

No
Yes

No

Yes

No

Storage checks for FEF, WMS followed

No

Ensure that no food particles of rejected products are left


on pallets either by dry cleaning or washing.