Purpose Process Control Checks:

  • Check if the prescribed process are implemented.
  • Check if the required are being taken correctly. 


Process : controls within the process. This is with exemption from the CCP measurements, which are checked separately. 


The process controls to be checked are in . The process control includes: 

Check if the process controls are properly executed by looking at: 

Process Control Checks: Actions by abnormalities:

The operations are entirely dependent on the abnormality: 

  • Determine the cause of the abnormality.
  • Determine the measures to be taken.
  • Adjustment of
  • Instruct the
  • the cause and all actions taken.
TwitterFacebookLinkedInPin It

Related articles to What is the purpose of Process Control Checks?

Many customers and visitors to this page 'What is the purpose of Process Control Checks?' also viewed the articles and manuals listed below:

We are a Food Tech firm in Food Safety Compliance. Experts in setting up and maintaining Food Safety Systems for companies in the Food Supply Chain. We are dedicated to breaking down the barriers for Transparency and Trust in the Global Food Supply Chain.
In our Partnership Program we would like to work together with (Non)Governmental Organizations, Universities, Multinationals and Food companies.

iMIS Food is a fully equipped Food Safety Compliance platform. Unique is the installation of an iMIS Food server at the Food company, for online and offline availability. The online (no travel costs) iMIS Food implementation process includes 6 to 10 days of support and has a lead time of 3 months.

Monthly iMIS Food Update

Would you also like to receive the monthly iMIS Food Update and be invited to our events? Then please fill in this form.

Food Safety news 1-2023

The future of food safety, a foresight report by FAO

Hereby a summary of the FAO paper on the future of food safety, a foresight report published in 2022. Read here about the drivers and trends.
The Food Export team goes to Rwanda

The Food Export team goes to Rwanda

The Food Export Team traveled to Rwanda with the purpose of networking, checking the iMIS Food status at Winnaz, and attending the Poultry Africa fair.

Automation in agriculture to change agrifood systems by FAO

Hereby a summary of the FAO paper on The State of Food and Agriculture in 2022. Read about agricultural automation and how it helps agrifood systems.