Understanding and applying HACCP to Composting

Date:     17th July 2018
Venue:  Eversheds, 115 Colmore Row Birmingham B3 3AL

REA is running a one day course focused on HACCP planning for composting operators and developers, with focus on compost safety and quality. HACCP planning is essential to ensure design of operations enables the production of compost products that are safe and fit for purpose.

In addition, HACCP planning is a fundamental requirement of BSI PAS 100 Specification for composted materials.

This course will be held on 17th July at Eversheds, in Birmingham.

The course will help delegates to understand how to design and implement a HACCP plan that focuses on the production of safe and fit for purpose compost. It will be delivered by HACCP expert and RSPH approved trainer Victoria Phillips.

The course is targeted at:

  • Composting operators that are working toward achieving certification to PAS 100 under the CCS;
  • Composting operators that are already certified to PAS 100 under the CCS;
  • Companies that are designing/building composting plants with the aim of achieving PAS 100 certification at some stage in the future;
  • Certification body officers and inspectors;
  • EA officers that wish to understand in detail aspects of HACCP;
  • Consultants that provide technical advice to composting operators and developers.

At the end of the training session delegates will be given the option to undertake an assessment (30 minute examination consisting of 20 multiple-choice questions) and, subject to passing the assessment, they will be awarded with a Foundation Certificate in HACCP - Level 2.


10:00  Registration

10:30  Course introduction and What is HACCP?

11.45  HACCP – The Seven Principles 

12:30  Lunch

13:15  Hazards, Control and CCP’s

15:00  Coffee

15:15  Monitoring, Corrective Actions, Review

17:00  Finish

REA Member £250 + VAT
REA Non Member £300 + VAT

Please click here to book.

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