HACCP Certification

Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points are recognised internationally as the best method of food risk management.

Food Hygiene Australia provides assistance through 3 easy steps to achieve HACCP Certification.

Easy 3 Step Process


  1.    Initial consultation to better understand your business and food safety goals.
  2.    Your customised HACCP Program is developed aligned to Codex Principles, the Food Act and the Food Safety Standards. If you need assistance developing your HACCP Program we can recommend a cost effective solution through one of our supplier partners.
  3.    Once you have your HACCP Program implemented the next step is the certification process, where one of our friendly, professional auditors audits the program for compliance.


The Benefits of HACCP certification

  • It is recognised Internationally as the best method of food risk management
  • Demonstrates a commitment to your customers to supply safe, quality food
  • Increases retailers, buyers & consumers confidence that control systems are in place to ensure the safe production of food
  • Your customers will know that you are serious about food safety
  • Improve your employee’s understanding and commitment to food safety
  • Effectively manage food safety risks across the entire supply chain
  • Improved consistency of product
  • You may use your accreditation in advertising
  • Reduced liability risks
  • Regulators such as the Council will be able to see the steps you are taking to reduce the risk of food poisoning
  • You will be on a level playing field with other major players in the food industry
  • Improved competitiveness
  • Enhanced reputation


Why should my business have a HACCP program in place?

To demonstrate your business’ commitment to food safety and your willingness to provide safe, high quality food at all times. Many food businesses now insist that their suppliers have a HACCP program in place.                                                                   


Who would benefit from a HACCP program?

Any business that is involved in cooking, processing, growing, transporting, supplying or serving fresh, frozen or any type of food. Some examples include; food retailers, food manufacturers, packaging manufacturers, distributers & wholesale companies.