Good hygiene practice (GHP) guidelines ensure that safe handling of food and proper sanitary measures are in place in your food supply chain. We help you achieve GHP compliance with specialized audits that check for the conformity of hygiene, sanitary and food handling practices at each step of food processing.
Our food audits cover all areas of your food supply chain to ensure GHP guidelines are met, including:
In addition, QIMA provides detailed reports with objective data on risk factors and areas of concern, helping you improve your food safety and quality systems.
GHP compliance is the first step towards establishing hygiene management and is applicable across the food processing chain. Compliance with GHP guidelines through a successful audit is the most basic step brands and manufacturers in the food industry must follow in order to ensure food safety.
GHP compliance must be met before manufacturers can implement other international standards of food safety, such as GMP or ISO 22000, as well as their own HACCP plans.
The US FDA and other regulatory bodies worldwide recommend GHP compliance to ensure that a company is committed to reducing food contamination and food-borne diseases by implementing food safety practices.
To ensure continuing compliance with GHP, QIMA recommends performing follow-up surveillance visits at 3-month intervals.
Mitigate the risk of improper food hygiene by performing a food hygiene audit. A GHP audit will help you:
GHP audits help food industry professionals ensure food safety and prevent food-borne illnesses. QIMA offers comprehensive food hygiene audits for a wide variety of industries including:
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