HACCP can be costly, it can also lead to cost savings in the long run by reducing the risk of food safety incidents and improving overall food safety and quality. Additionally, many retailers and food service providers
One member of the HACCP team, should have a certificate of a formal HACCP training from a recognized organization, institution or trainer with a minimum duration of 2 days or 16 hours, taken within the last 5 years. The rest of the team should have at least an internal training to make sure they are knowledgeable of the HACCP principles. These trainings should be documented.
Find a training course: There are a number of organizations that offer HACCP training courses, both in-person and online. These courses should be accredited an can vary in length and intensity, so it is important to find one that meets your needs and schedule.
The International HACCP Alliance provides standardized educational programs to facilitate the implementation of farm-to-table HACCP Systems in the food industry.
The training curriculum is consistent with the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria For Foods, Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC), USDA, and FSIS Pathogen Reduction HACCP.