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Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) or GMP
Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) or GMP

Guaranteeing the hygienic processing of all food products

HACCP is an internationally recognised system that helps organisations in the food industry to identify food safety risks, avoid the associated hazards, and comply with the current regulations.

The principles for applying the APPCC are detailed in the Codex Alimentarius, which lays out a series of international food standards, identifying the key principles of food hygiene applicable across the food chain; In addition, they recommend the application of criteria based on the HACCP system to increase the level of food safety, they indicate how to promote the use of these principles, and finally, they provide guidance on the specific codes required in different sectors of the food supply chain, and the basic processes and products, all aimed at extending the specific hygiene requirements in these sectors.

This certification can be perfectly integrated with other certification schemes and can be obtained immediately together with the certifications in ISO 22000, FSSC, BRC Food, BRC Packaging, IFS Food or IFS PAC Secure. If the certificate is in BRC Storage & Distribution or of IFS Logisitcs, you can directly receive the HACCP certification. Find out about how to obtain the certificates.

Any organisation that is direct or indirectly involved in the food chain.

Due to its risk management-based structure, the HACCP or GMP certification can be integrated seamlessly with audits of any food safety model.

The HACCP and/or GMP certificate can be obtained immediately, if you are certified or you are thinking of becoming certified in any of these scemes: ISO 22000, FSSC, BRC Food, BRC Packaging, IFS Food or IFS PAC Secure. If the certificate is in BRC Storage & Distribution or of IFS Logisitcs, you can directly receive the HACCP certification. Find out about how to obtain the certificates.

  • The AENOR Certificate of Conformity with Codex Alimentarius CAC/RCP 1-1969, Rev 4 2003
  • The user licence of the AENOR HACCP Mark.

Furthermore, organisations with management systems certified by AENOR have free access to AENORnet and subscription to the monthly UNE magazine.

AENOR Mark Conform HACCP

AENOR Conform HACCP​ Mark

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AENOR Mark Conform HACCP

AENOR GMP Mark

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AENOR has certified this standard since 2009.

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HACCP Certification in the food industry

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