BECOMING HACCP, THE ROLE OF YOUR PEST CONTROL COMPANY
HACCP, or Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, is a food safety management system that aims to identify and manage potential health risks for consumers associated with food production and preparation. The role of your exterminator in implementing the HACCP system is to manage pest-related risks in food facilities and ensure that pest control protocols are in place and followed correctly.
More specifically, the contracted pest management company will:
1) Identify pest-related risks: As an extermination company, we identify the various types of pests that may be present in your food facilities and establish potential risks that may arise
2) Implement pest control protocols: To effectively manage pest-related risks, the company will implement pest control protocols that include regular inspections, chemical treatments, and prevention measures.
3) Track and document pest control activities: It is important to document all pest control activities to ensure that protocols are being followed correctly and that pest-related risks are being managed effectively.
4) Work closely with facility owners and managers: The company will work closely with facility owners and managers to ensure that pest control protocols are being followed correctly and that pest-related risks are being managed effectively.
Additionally, to become HACCP, your company will need to undergo training and comply with a number of standards and regulations in food safety.
It is important to note that the HACCP system is an ongoing process, and your company will need to stay up to date on the latest regulations and practices to ensure compliance with HACCP standards at all times.