Procedure Food defense

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Food defense Management

1. Preparation for potential tampering or other malicious, criminal, or terrorist activity.
2. Supervision.
3. strategy.
4. Investigation of suspicious activity.
5. program.

Human factors – employees – concerning food defense

1. Screening (before, during, and after employment).
2. Daily work assignments.
3. Identification.
4. Access restriction.
5. possessions.
6. in food .
7. Unusual behavior.
8. Health of the .

Human factors – the public – concerning food defense

1. (e.g. contractors, supplier representatives, delivery staff, clients, couriers, extermination representatives, outside accountants, inspectors, reporters, field trips).
2. space.
3. Structural .
4. security. 
5. and use of poisonous and toxic chemicals (for , detergents, disinfectants, and ).

Business operations and food defense

1. Incoming and contractor work.
2. Storage.
3. Security of gas, light, and supplies.
4. Finished .
5. Postal parcels.
6. Access to computer systems.


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