By Ellen Bartee
The aim of this textbook is to educate the coed how you can communicate the Lhasa number of Tibetan. as the start line of this publication is especially uncomplicated, ite offers a superb chance for the scholar to right away depend on Tibetan script instead of romanized script. This, we think, may help to immerse the coed in Tibetan.
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PRPs typically are not part of a HACCP plan, and items covered in prerequisites rarely are designated as CCPs. This concept has been well defined when applying HACCP in the food processing industry. The primary difference between CCPs and prerequisite controls is that prerequisites ensure that food products are wholesome and do not contain objectionable contaminants, whereas CCPs are established solely for the purpose of controlling significant life- or health-threatening food hazards. PRPs address these types of food hazards only in instances where the hazard analyses for ingredients/raw materials and for process steps indicate that such a hazard has a low likelihood of occurrence.
Can the facility and equipment be easily cleaned and sanitized to permit the safe handling of food? • Is it possible to provide sanitary conditions consistently and adequately to assure safe foods? Employee Health, Hygiene, and Education • Can employee health or personal hygiene practices impact on the safety of the food being processed? • Do the employees understand the process and the factors they must control to assure the preparation of safe foods? • Will the employees inform management of a problem that could impact on safety of food?
This information can be used to evaluate any intrinsic factors of the product that could cause or prevent a risk to the consumer. For example, the inherent characteristics of two types of beverages—carbonated soft drinks and milk— can be compared to show how the risk of hazards differs due to the chemical makeup of these products. indd 23 12/8/13 3:06 PM 24 Part II Principles of HACCP Ingredients • Does the food contain any sensitive ingredients that may present microbiological hazards (for example, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus), chemical hazards (for example, aflatoxin, antibiotic, or pesticide residues), or physical hazards (for example, stones, glass, metal)?