GHP Audit Services in India
CIL provides GHP (Good Hygiene Practices) audit in India & abroad. GHP compliance is the first step towards establishinghygiene management and is applicable across the food processing chain. CDGhelps you achieve GHP compliance with specialized audits which check for theconformity of hygiene, sanitary and food handling practices at each step offood processing. In addition, CDG provides detailed reports with objective dataon risk factors and areas of concern, helping you improve your food safety andquality systems. CDG GHP food audits cover such areas of attention as, Foodhandling practice, Employee hygiene practices, Sanitation facilities, Pestcontrol, Prevention of physical and chemical hazards, To ensure continuingcompliance, CDG recommends performing follow up surveillance visits at 3 monthintervals.What is GHP Compliance, GHP compliance covers the minimum sanitaryand hygiene practices for food processors, such as hotels and restaurants, toensure that food is safe and suitable for human consumption. It is a requiredfoundation to implement other food safety management initiatives, such as GMP,HACCP and ISO 22000.The US FDA and other regulatory bodies worldwide recommendGHP compliance to ensure that a company is committed to reducing foodcontamination and food borne diseases by implementing food safety practices. FoodHygiene Audit Expertise. CDG offers comprehensive food hygiene audits for suchindustries as, Hotels (4 and 5 stars, and chains of express inns), Restaurants(including fast food chains), Catering (including enterprise kitchen), Foodstores, Seafood, Organic food, Frozen food, Food ingredients, Why Perform aFood Hygiene Audit, Comply with minimum required standards for food processors.Demonstrate commitment to producing and serving safe food. Earn greaterconsumer confidence. Comply with statutory requirements. Prepare for GMP and orHACCP certification. The CDG benefits, In depth local knowledge with auditorsattuned to the culture, laws and practices of their region. CDG experts receiveregular training on regulations and best practice. Global coverage across 85countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America. Continuousimprovement approach drives long term change and empowers suppliers to act. Onlineprogram management book audits, make payments and download detailed reports.Customcompliance dashboard to assess supplier performance, track progress andvisualize your supply network. Its important to work towards promoting goodhygiene management in your food supply chain. To do this, you should beauditing your supply chain processes. Good sanitary and food handling measuresgo without saying. But what is regularly forgotten is that they often can beimproved in your production line, as it is a continuous process. GHP stands forGood Hygiene Practice, and is a key step in food chain hygiene managementwithin the whole food supply chain and ensuring the food is safe and suitablefor consumption. It touches on multiple aspects of the food industry, includingthe food supply chain, sanitation facilities, workers hygiene practices, pestcontrol, and preventing physical and chemical pollutants. It is often aprerequisite of other food safety management initiatives such as HACCP, ISO2200, GAP, and more. GHP compliance covers the minimum hygiene and sanitarypractices. It highlights areas of concern and potential pitfalls to improvingyour food safety standards. The auditing will check your facilities, equipment,and workspaces to ascertain what needs to improve and potential risks. It willassess and ensure the food being processed is suitable for human consumptionand is the bare minimum needed to comply with regulations in the industry forhotels and restaurants. Food contamination and disease should not be takenlightly, and GHP compliance will aid in that consideration. What Is the Purposeof GHP in Food Safety, The overall objective is to ensure that the food is safefor human consumption, by ensuring compliance with the fundamental hygiene andsanitary practices. The purpose of GHP is to, Prevent illness, injury caused byfood consumption. Assure the food is suitable for human consumption throughguidance on its principles. Increase the knowledge of food safety within thewhole food supply chain by providing health education programs.
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