Critical Control Points were not designed to be a tick and flick exercise. Setting them up properly needs a good understanding of what CCPs are, and your water supply system.
This course will run you through, step-by-step how to find your CCPs and what to do next.
The questions answered in the course are:
1.What are CCPs?
2.Where did the whole idea of CCPs come from, and why is it now required?
3.Why are they important in water supplies?
4.Who needs to understand CCPs? Just operators, or managers, or do elected officials need to understand too?
5.How do I identify where the CCPs are in my system?
6.What is an ideal number of CCPs for a system?
7.What do I do if there are no CCPs in the system?
8.What do I do with my CCPs once I identify them?
9.What is a Process Control Summary Table and what do I put in it?