Food Plant Sanitation: Design, Maintenance, and Good Manufacturing Practices

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Validating works 5. Designing facilities and equipment 6.

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Maintaining facilities and equipment 7. Job competence 8. Cleanliness 9. Component control Auditing for compliance 9. Who needs GMP? O Company, chairmen, presidents, chief executives, General managers, Plant managers, Technical managers, Quality assurance managers, Food hygiene managers, Production managers, Plant engineers, Warehouse managers, Distribution managers, Everyone involved in training.

O All involved in food legislation and food law enforcement O Equipment's : GMP states that equipment should be designed, constructed, adapted, located and maintained to suit the processes and products for which it is used; to facilitate protection of the materials handled from contamination. Significance of manufacturing and operating procedures in an effective GMP system O All operations and processes used in manufacture be capable of consistently yielding finished products that conform to their specifications and are suitably protected against contamination or deterioration.

O Documentation of manufacturing procedures.

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The documentation forms a part of the comprehensive master manufacturing instructions MMI which is specific for each product. O An MMI can be confirmed only if, trials are carried out to establish whether the methods and procedures specified therein are suitable for factory production, and capable of consistently yielding products.

Food Plant Sanitation: Design, Maintenance, and Good Manufacturing Practices

O Operating instructions should be written in clear, unambiguous instructional form, and should form a key part of operator training. Significance of storage and movement of product in GMP The following points are highlighted in GMPs with respect to the storage and movement of raw materials, intermediate products and finished products.

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O Access to material and product storage areas should be restricted to persons working in the designated area and to authorised persons. O Materials and products should be stored under conditions specified and protected from contamination especially microbiological cross-contamination. O Effective cleaning of storage premises and equipment must be carried out with the frequency and in well-designed cleaning schedules and instructions.

O Products that have been recalled or returned, and batches that have been rejected should be marked, physically segregated and placed in an entirely separate storage facility. Significance of Rejection of product and complaints handling in GMP O Proper means of disposal should be considered for rejected products O Material on the basis of complaints can be recovered by an appropriate method, provided - material is safe and suitable for such treatment O Complaints procedure must be provided for channeling of all quality complaint reports O Product quality complaints should be thoroughly investigated by the quality control manager GHP compliance covers the minimum sanitary and hygiene practices for food processors, such as hotels and restaurants, to ensure that food is safe and suitable for human consumption.