If you’re involved in the restaurant business or food handling, chances are you’ve heard of HACCP. Just in case, covering all bases, HACCP stands for Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points.
HACCP is a process that was designed to prevent hazards in foodservice facilities. The goal is to control the most critical areas in food production to make sure that food is safe for all.
The 3 types of hazards to food or the three major types of hazards that are considered in a HACCP plan include:
- Biological Hazards
- Chemical Hazards
- Physical Hazards
Keep in mind that the hazards listed in a HACCP plan refer only to ones that cause direct illness or injuries.
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