Design of an Integrated Safety Management System Based on HACCP Principles at Aziza’s Cow Farm
Abu Hatab, Mohammed
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Farming is a hazardous occupation. The four most common types of accident on farms involve vehicles and machinery, falls from heights, lifting and handling and hazardous substances. The rate of self-reported illness in agriculture is also significantly higher than the average for all industries. You can decrease the possibility of issues occurring with careful attention to the health and safety rules that govern farming. Doing so can help you significantly reduce the personal, social and of accidents. The main aim of this project is to design a HACCP system at Aziza’s cow farm, which controlling the food chain from crutches. To achieve this we have to apply all HACCP seven principles, which are: 1. Conduct a Hazard Analysis 2. Identify the Critical Control Points (CCPs) 3. Establish Critical Limits 4. Establish CCP monitoring 5. Establish Corrective Actions 6. Establish Record Keeping Procedures 7. Establish Verification Procedures. After applying these principles, we guarantee a satisfied result, such as best operation’s practice as a result of the standardization that HACCP provides, good reputation also, improve the facility market share, and facilitate the gain of quality certificates like ISO.