E-learning HACCP-methodology

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An HACCP system must be in operation in every company that produces, prepares and handles food. This e-learning provides an introduction to this system and discusses the importance of using it. HACCP principles are explained in 12 steps, including hazard analysis, risk analysis and defining critical control points (CCPs). In addition, legislation and certification related to HACCP are covered in this training.


  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Introduction to HACCP
  • Prerequisite program
  • Implementation HACCP in 12 steps
  • Food safety legislation HACCP
  • Control and certification

For whom?

The e-learning HACCP Methodology is designed for quality department employees and production staff who are responsible for applying and maintaining an operational HACCP system.

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The benefits of e-learning

A great benefit of online training is that your employees can take the e-learning HACCP methodology wherever and whenever you want. Advantages of online training are that your employees can follow the courses at their own pace, at any time and at any location. The training concludes with a test and the participant receives a certificate upon successful completion

Tailormade course

If you want to train multiple employees within your organization, this training in combination with Normec Academy offers a great solution.
With a customized training you can train unlimited amounts of employees and temporary workers and you have insight into which employees have passed the training at any time. For more information, please contact one of our consultants for personal advice at info@normectraining.com or fill out the contact form below.

Author: Sjoerd Remmers Teamleider Training & Education

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