CCP by HACCP

publication date 03.11.2019

Critical Control Point (CCP) - a section of production (operation, step, procedure) in which there is the greatest risk of damage to the health of the product. The control of various types of danger applies. The CCP requires systematic monitoring of the course of processes, keeping records of hazard management, and remedial action in the event of an unmanaged condition.

Also, you can meet with the term:
 
Control point (CP) - any technological section where there is an increased risk of danger, but these are reduced in the next steps (operations). Or. they can be controlled by eg good manufacturing practice.

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