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  • 6.2 Risk Score Matrix For Inadvertent Presence Of Allergens

    6.2 Risk score matrix Likelihood of occurrence Severity of consequence 1 2 3 4 5 1 1 2 3 4 5 2 2 4 6 8 10 3 3 6 9 12 15 4 4 8 12 16 20 5 5 10 15 20 25 Risk score: Likelihood * Severity Minimal 1-2 Maintain existing measures Low 3-9 Review existing measures Medium 10-15 Improve control measures High 16-20 Consider stopping activity Extreme 25 Do not proceed 6. 3 Risk Assessment Process Step Hazards Risk Score Control Program NPD / reformulation Introduced allergens Medium • Review the information on the Product Information Form (PIF) and consider the potential for inadvertent presence of allergens. • Do not include an allergenic ingredient unless necessary. • Minimise unintentional allergic cross-contamination • Labelling if introduce new allergen Ingredient manufacture Undeclared allergens High • From approved suppliers. • Information is provided by the suppliers for each raw material. • All allergenic ingredients are identified. • Change notification process shall be in place • Questionnaires and Audits (every year) Process Step Hazards Risk Score Control Program Ingredient delivery Cross contamination High • Tamper-evident seals on delivery vehicle entry and discharge points • Verification of prior adequate washout, prior load information, and clean transfer areas and equipment. • Spillage procedure • Inspect the delivered vehicles to determine if there are allergen-containing materials. Ingredient storage Cross contamination…

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  • Why Is Rural People Live In Longer Life

    does not have much time to spend time together. However, my uncle’s family lives in the countryside. He is working on his farm and usually spends time with his family in the evening. On weekends, his family goes to a movie together because he does not have tight work schedules. In addition, people use much more disposable items for their comfort and convenience in cities. Therefore, people need landfills or incinerators, which cause serious environment pollution. Moreover, they have diseases…

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  • Drinking Milk Research Paper

    recognized as the best drink for promoting growth. However, I now never drink milk or any dairy products because I believe it does more harm than good. Even though I was drinking one to two liters every day, I rarely saw any height development. Instead, when I stopped consuming it I began to noticeably grow, and it seemed like my growth spurt started as soon as I stopped drinking milk. Because of this, I am convinced that milk does not promote development nor prevent bone fractures, and is…

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  • Asthm The Causes And Symptoms Of

    Asthma is a chronic long-term disease that affects breathing tubes that carry air in and out of the lung, it can further be defined as a persistent inflammatory disorder that is linked up with physiological abnormalities in the airways, which can be a variable airflow limitation and airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR). The physiological uneasiness in the airways can be variable symptoms like chest tightness, shortness of breath, cough or wheeze. In some case, these symptoms can be mild or even…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Child Vaccines

    believed that vaccines had caused harm to their children. The Center of Disease Control (CDC) makes clear that there is no connection between Vaccines and Autism. (lipinski) Most likely for liability concerns, such as with the first Smallpox vaccine, every vaccine recommended today by government health officials and medical trade associations include brain inflammation, which can lead to chronic brain/ immune system damage or death. (National Vaccine Information) The Institute of Medicine…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Pet Insurance

    ticks. When you are having a hard time keeping up with your vet’s bills The most obvious reason to sign up for pet insurance is, of course, the financial liability that comes with owning a cat or a dog. Someone can cope with routine care if he or she chooses to, but once you take your pet for a routine check you might found out that he suffers from a hereditary or chronic condition that might become costly to you, with time. According to DR Eva Evans a Veterinarian and writer for Pets Best…

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  • Tibetan Terrier History

    complexed to Factor VIII, is responsible for platelet adhesion. Affected dogs may have prolonged bleeding after surgery or trauma. Mitral valve stenosis 6 is a narrowing of the mitral valve leading to increased atrial pressure, limited cardiac output and left side congestive heart failure. Pulmonic stenosis 8 is a narrowing of the right ventricular outflow tract resulting in ventricular hypertrophy, congestive heart failure, syncope or sudden death. Both conditions have been reported in…

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