Inspection plans / Cleaning plans / HACCP plans

We can provide a wide selection of services to help you improve and optimize your production dashboards. Whether you need a simple update or a complete overhaul, we're here to help and work with you to understand your specific needs and offer tailor-made solutions.
We can update and write these tables, incorporating appropriate quality and performance indicators. Thanks to our in-depth knowledge of industry best practices, we can help you
identify the key performance indicators that will help you measure and improve your production
What's more, we can also create detailed procedure sheets for each workstation, as well as effective control and cleaning plans.
We can also help you set up your HACCP approach, to guarantee food safety and regulatory compliance for your business.

Quality and performance indicators for dashboards

Production dashboards are essential tools for measuring and improving the efficiency of production processes. They enable you to visualize performance in real time, and make informed decisions to optimize operations.
Quality indicators are quantitative or qualitative  measures that assess the conformity of products to defined quality standards. They can include measures such as defect rate, reject rate, yield rate, etc. These indicators enable you to identify quality problems and take corrective action to improve the overall quality of your products.
Performance indicators measure the efficiency of production processes. They can include measures such as material loss rate, cheese yields, productivity, cycle time, downtime, etc. These indicators help you identify bottlenecks and optimize operations to boost  productivity.
It's important to choose quality and performance indicators that are relevant and meaningful to your business. Once you've defined your indicators, you can integrate them into your production dashboard to monitor performance in real time and make decisions based on objective data.

Draw up a relevant laboratory control plan

Laboratory control plans are essential tools for ensuring that finished products comply with quality standards. They define inspection methods, acceptance criteria and sampling to be carried out. A well-designed inspection plan enables defects and non-conformities to be detected early in the production process, enabling corrective action to be taken quickly.
It's important to take into account product specifications, regulatory requirements and customer expectations. You need to define appropriate inspection methods and compliance

criteria. It is also important to define the sampling to be carried out to guarantee representative results.
results must be accurately recorded, using tables with average results per day, per month and trend curves to clearly identify deviations from objectives. Any non-conformities detected must be dealt with appropriately, by taking corrective action to eliminate the root causes.
We have sample Excel tables of cheese laboratory control plans with control charts.

Define effective cleaning plans

Cleaning plans define cleaning procedures and frequencies for each piece of equipment, and ensure that the required hygiene conditions are maintained, to reduce the risk of product contamination.
For each piece of equipment, cleaning plans must define: the washing temperature, the type of equipment to be used, the type of chemical, with its concentration of use, the action time, the washing frequency and the alkaline/acid alternation to be carried out. Safety and handling instructions for hazardous products must also be defined.
Once you've developed your cleaning plan, it's important to implement it rigorously. Cleaning procedures must be followed to the letter, using the appropriate chemicals and equipment. Cleaning results must be recorded and verified to ensure the effectiveness of the process.
Finally, it's essential to regularly evaluate the effectiveness of your cleaning plan by carrying out internal audits  and validation tests. This enables you to identify potential problems and make any necessary adjustments to your cleaning plan

HACCP and its importance for food safety

HACCP, or Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point, is a management system that identifies, evaluates and controls potential hazards associated with food production. In the context of cheese production, an HACCP plan is crucial to ensure that cheeses are produced safely and in compliance with health standards.

HACCP is based on seven key principles:
1. Hazard analysis: This involves identifying the potential hazards associated with each stage of cheese production, such as bacterial or chemical contamination, or the presence of foreign bodies.
2. Determining critical control points (CCPs): Once the hazards have been identified, it is essential to determine the CCPs, i.e. the production stages where control measures can be put in place to prevent,  eliminate or reduce the risks.

3. Setting critical limits: Critical limits are the acceptable values for control parameters at each CCP. For example, the minimum pasteurization temperature, and the minimum holding time to eliminate pathogenic bacteria.
4. Establish monitoring procedures: Procedures must be established to monitor CCPs and ensure that critical limits are respected. This may include temperature controls, microbiological testing, etc.
5. Establish corrective actions: If a deviation from critical limits is detected, pre-established corrective actions must be taken to restore food safety. For example, stop production and correct the problem.
6. Establish verification procedures: Verification procedures must be put in place to ensure that the HACCP system is working properly. This may include periodic tests, internal audits, etc.
7. Establish a system of documentation and records : All stages of the HACCP system must be documented and records kept to demonstrate compliance with food safety standards.

So, whatever the size of your cheese dairy, make sure you implement an effective
HACCP plan.

We can provide you with effective support in this area


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