Food Safety - HACCP

Food Safety - HACCP

At SGR we can help you with your HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point), it is a system that introduces better food safety to your organisation’s activities when handling food products and how food is produced to make sure the food is safe to eat.

Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point is an internationally recognised methodology, it is science based and systematic, which identifies and assess specific hazards, establishes measures to control hazards and to focus on prevention.

Why use HACCP?

Global Marketplace

New pathogens

Protect and control brands

Increasing incidents of food borne illnesses

Good manufacturing practices must be in place before HACCP can be introduced into the organisation.  HACCP involves all staff and for a lot of countries HACCP is mandatory, for example in meat processing.

Benefits of HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point)

Reduction of frequency of the regulatory inspection on the food premises and the sampling – With the introduction of HACCP it will help with the reduction of the frequency of the regulatory inspection on the food premises and the sampling. This will save time and also money.

Introduction of better food safety – It will introduce better food safety to the food that is produced.

Certified Food Product – Also with the introduction of HACCP, the food product will be certified which will give the product an edge on the completion in the market. This will make your organisation more money by producing more sales.

Increased Confidence – By implementing HACCP, you are instilling better confidence in the customers and consumers of your product.

You will need a Quality Management System such as ISO 22000, you can find this page by clicking here


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OHSAS 18001 is the internationally recognised standard for the management of health and safety within your business. By implementing a health and safety management system, your businessdemonstrates a clear desire to improve the health and safety in your company by setting measureable objectives.



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With our guidance your organisation can become a member of Constructionline, Constructionline is the biggest register of contractors in the UK for the construction industry. Constructionline has adatabase of over 8,000 buyers that are a part of over 2,000 organisations, by becoming a registered member of Constructionline it will increase the brand reputation of your company and is anorganised way of instilling verified competence to the buyer.


With our guidance your organisation can become an certified member of Safecontractor, once you have been certified as a member you will be added to the online database that the clients of  Safecontractor have access to. You can reduce the risk of accidents on your clients premise’s and ensure your health and safety competence in a cost effective way.


ISO 9001 is the internationally recognised standard for quality management within your business. It provides a systematic and common sense approach to ensure that the activities within your business are controlled, aiming to consistently achieve customer satisfaction by meeting their requirements and expectations.


A supplier audit is the process of following the procedures and processes that are agreed, this is during a selection audit process. It also identifies non-conformances in the manufacturing process,supplier/shipment process, invoicing process, quality process and the engineering change process.


ISO 14001 is the internationally recognised standard for environmental management within your business. It focuses on the environmental aspects of your business and how you interact, influence    and control them. You will set objectives and targets for environmental performance and by implementing a programme improve your performance.


ISO 22000 is the internationally recognized for food safety management within your organisation. It helps to minimize food safety hazards within the food chain.