AIB GMP

Demonstrate your dedication to providing safe, high quality food products and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace with a GMP Inspection from AIB International. Your customers will see that you meet and exceed food safety regulations through your participation and compliance with AIB’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection. This educational audit is designed to look beyond the surface to areas where food safety issues may not been readily visible. While the inspection follows regulations, AIB is an industry advocate there to educate, not regulate.

Approximately 60-70% of a GMP Inspection is spent in the manufacturing and storage areas and the other 30-40% confirms the effectiveness of programs. The on-the-floor exercise complements GFSI certification audits by providing a greater focus in manufacturing, where the action takes place.

Our food safety professionals will inspect your facility using criteria in AIB’s Consolidated Standards for Inspection. These standards evaluate how well the operational methods and personnel practices, maintenance for food safety, cleaning practices, integrated pest management, and prerequisite and food safety programs are working in your facility.This valuable GMP training guide will help you develop 26 key prerequisite programs within your facility. The AIB GMP and Prerequisite Guide will also help you audit and inspect those programs to ensure you have a stable foundation for food safety and solid HACCP training. Once you have reviewed this consultative assessment tool, you’ll be able to identify areas for improvement in existing plant programs and solve ongoing and repetitive problems.

Guide Contents
Section 1: Personnel Prerequisites
⦁ Personnel Practices Program
⦁ Body Fluids Program
⦁ Employee Safety Program
⦁ Hazard Communication Program
⦁ Customer Complaints Program

Section 2: Foreign Material Prerequisites
⦁ Foreign Matter Program
⦁ Chemical Control Program
⦁ Microbial Control Program
⦁ Allergen Control Program
⦁ Glass and Brittle Plastics Program
⦁ Metal to Metal Program

Section 3: Operational Prerequisites
⦁ Sanitation Program
⦁ Outside Grounds Program
⦁ Buildings Program
⦁ Plant Maintenance Program
⦁ Pest Management Program
⦁ Equipment and Utensils Program
⦁ Transportation and Storage Program
⦁ Temperature Control Program
⦁ Air Quality Program
⦁ Water Quality Program

Section 4: Regulated Prerequisites
⦁ Regulatory Affairs and Inspections Program
⦁ Food Plant Defense Program
⦁ Recall Program
⦁ Traceability Program
⦁ Labeling Program