Iso 22000 Internal Audit Checklist

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ISO 22000 Internal Audit Checklist

Management Responsibility

1. Is there evidence to show management commitment to Food Safety system application? Are these shown in the related objectives? Are objectives measurable?


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2. Does the organisation have a food safety policy?


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3. Has a HACCP plan been developed? Does the plan cover all end products?


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4. Has a multidisciplinary Food Safety team been formed?


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5. Have the organisation appointed a Food Safety team leader and defined the responsibilities and authorities?


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6. Does the organisation define the responsibility and authority of the Food Safety team?


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7. Is the knowledge of the Food Safety team suitable and appropriate?


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8. How is internal and external communication controlled and who has responsibility? Is the communication effective?


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9. Do the company have emergency preparedness and response procedures in place? Have they been verified?


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10. Is a Management Review activity carried out as required? Is it effective?


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Product Specification

1. Has the product or product range been fully described?


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2. Does the specification include safety information (such as PH, aw, etc.)?


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3. Does the specification include details of raw material and ingredients?


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4. Does the specification include the type of packaging?


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5. Does the specification include the storage conditions?


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6. Does the specification include labelling instruction?


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7. Does the specification include the method of distribution (in detail)?


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8. Does the specification include shelf life and storage conditions?


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9. Does the specification include the intended use?


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10. Does the specification include the appropriate consumer?


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11. Does the specification include the specific methods of use?


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Process Flow Diagram

1. Is the process flow diagram comprehensive?


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2. Are all raw materials, ingredients, packaging materials and process/storage activities included in the process flow diagram?


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3. Have changes been made since the process flow diagram was established?


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4. How does the HACCP team get notified of changes to the process or product parameters?


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5. How were the changes recorded and approved?


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6. Were any changes discussed with HACCP team before implementation?


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7. Has the process flow diagram been verified on-site for the compliance with the actual operation?


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Hazards Analysis And Preventive Measures

1. How was the hazard analysis conducted?


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2. Have all hazards been evaluated qualitatively and/or quantitatively?


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3. Have all raw materials been included?


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4. Have all process steps been considered?


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5. Have the hazards been specifically identified or just in general?


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6. How did the team assess the likelihood of occurrence?


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7. What information sources were utilised?


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8. Have appropriate preventive measures been set up for each hazard?


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9. Do the measures prevent or reduce to an acceptable level the hazards and how were the measures were validated?


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10. Are all preventive measures in place at the plant level?


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Critical Control Points

1. How were the CCPÕs identified?


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2. By the use of a CCP decision tree?


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3. Have all necessary CCPÕs been identified?


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Critical Limits

1. Have critical limits been established for each CCP?


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2. How were the critical limits established? Is there evidence? (national/ international standard, requirements of relevant legislation, experimental data, literature references etc)?


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3. What validation exists to confirm that the critical limits can prevent possible occurrence of hazards?


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4. How does the organisation differentiate the critical limits from operational limits?


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5. Are the critical limits implemented at plant level?


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Monitoring Procedures

1. Have monitoring procedures been established for all CCP's established?


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2. Is there any evidence that procedures are being followed consistently?


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3. What is the status of monitoring equipment?


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4. Are the sampling plans statistically valid?


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5. Have the organisation a clear system for product identification of product to ensure traceability if deviation occurs?


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6. Have the organisation taken any actions when deviation occurred?


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7. Are monitoring personnel trained and qualified?


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8. Have monitoring results been recorded?


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Corrective Actions

1. Are the corrective action procedures in place?


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2. What evidence is there to demonstrate that effective corrective actions are taken in the event of a CCP deviation?


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3. Has the responsibility and authority for corrective action been defined?


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4. How non-conforming product controlled and recorded?


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5. How does the organisation dispose of any affected products?


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6. Has corrective action been recorded and how is the effectiveness verified?


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7. Do these corrective actions consider modifying the process or HACCP plan, if the critical limit is violated consistently


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Verification Procedures

1. Have verification procedures been established?


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2. Have the responsibilities, authorities, methods, frequency and type of verification been defined in the procedures?


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3. Are the methods and frequency sufficient to ensure that the system is working correctly, effectively and complies with relevant regulations.


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4. How did the organisation conduct the initial validation of HACCP plan


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5. Do the procedures include review of records?


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6. Is there a regular review of CCP failure and product dispositions?


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7. Do the procedures include calibration of monitoring and measuring equipment?


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8. Have personnel responsible for verification been trained?


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9. Do the procedures include evaluation of customer and consumer complaints?


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10. Is there a regular review of results of sanitation control procedures?


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11. How is the data from verification being used to improve the HACCP system?


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Documentation And Record Keeping

1. What procedure does the organisation follow to manage system documents?


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2. Does the documentation cover all of the HACCP system operation?


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3. Have documents been properly approved by authorised personnel before issue?


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4. How is the documentation controlled?


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5. Has the organization obtained related codes, standards, legislation and regulation to the food product?


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6. How does the organisation control document changes? Are all documents current?


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7. Are the records accessible?


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8. Are the HACCP records clearly identified?


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9. Has the documentation and record control system been set up in consideration of the size and nature of the organization?


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10. Are the HACCP records retained in the proper conditions to prevent damage, deterioration or loss?


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11. How long does the organization retain the records?


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Training

1. Have they developed a training procedure for identifying training needs and training personnel?


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2. Does the organisation have training plans?


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3. How many personnel have been trained in HACCP principles and the relevant legislation and regulations?


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4. How many personnel have been trained to perform internal audits?


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5. How does the organization train personnel on sanitation control?


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6. How does the organisation verify the effectiveness of training?


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Recall

1. Does the organisation have a procedure to manage product recall?


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2. In what circumstance do the products need to be recalled?


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3. Have the responsibility and authority been defined?


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4. Has there been a full or partial product recall?


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5. How many products were concerned?


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6. What was the reason?


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7. How did the organisation handle these products?


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8. How did the organisation ensure all affected product was identified and recalled?


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Complaint

1. Does the organisation have a procedure to deal with all consumer and customer complaints?


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2. Have the responsibility and authority been defined?


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3. Did the complaints concern product safety?


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4. What actions have the organisation taken?


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5. Have these complaints been documented?


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6. Have these complaints been utilized for verification of the system?


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Sanitation Control

1. Does the organisation have documented hygiene control procedures?


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2. Has the organisation tested water quality, how often and by whom?


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3. Do the hygiebe control procedures cover all aspects of sanitation and hygiene?


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4. Does the condition of food contact surfaces meet the requirement of hygiene?


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5. Have sanitation procedures been verified for effectiveness?


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6. Is the layout, flow of material and personnel sufficient to prevent cross contamination?


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7. What actions did the organisation take when the procedures were violated?


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8. How does the organisation maintain these facilities?


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9. Are packaging materials stored in good condition?


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10. Has the organisation appointed personnel responsible for toxic compounds?


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11. Are there any procedures to control employee health and sanitation condition?


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12. Does the organisation have a pest control plan/system?


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13. Are walls and floors in good condition?


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14. How does the organisation control waste?


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Internal HACCP Audit

1. Does the organisation have an internal audit plan for HACCP?


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2. At what frequency does the organisation conduct internal audits?


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3. Have the audit purpose, criteria, scope and methods been defined?


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4. How does the organisation ensure that the program covers all aspects of HACCP system?


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5. Have the auditors been trained?


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6. Have the responsibilities and requirements for audit been defined?


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7. How does the organisation ensure the independence and impartiality of the activities?


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8. Have the purposes of audit been achieved?


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9. Is the audit data utilised for improvement of the HACCP system?


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10. Have the audit results been documented?


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