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CCP no.

20. Weighing

21. Water filling

22. Head-spacing

23. End feeding/

closing/inspection

25. Thermal processing

B, product heavier than maximum fill weight in scheduled process B, inadequate temperature resulting in low initial temperature (IT) for process

B, insufficient headspace resulting in distorted, potentially leaking seams B, postprocess contamination because of damaged ends

B, postprocess contamination because of improperly formed seams

C, cleaning chemicals, lubrificants (GMPs)

B, nonvalidated process or vent schedule could result in underprocessing and survival of pathogenic bacteria (GMPs) B, improper flow patterns for process could result in crosscontamination (GMPs)

B, improper flow patterns for process could allow bypass of thermal process

B, excessive delays between closing and retorting could result in excessive growth of pathogenic bacteria B, lack of adherence to time, temperature, and. other critical factors of scheduled process or vent schedule could result in inadequate heat treatment and growth of pathogens

Yes, weighing Yes

Yes, take it just No prior to thermal process

Yes, visual Yes inspection

Yes, visual Yes and tear-down can inspection

Yes No CCP 2

Yes Yes, thermal processing (25)

Yes No CCP 3

Yes No CCP 4

Yes No

sensitive indicator

Yes, monitor Yes time lapse between the two operations

Yes, control Yes critical factors of scheduled process and vent schedule

Yes No CCP 5

Yes No

Yes No

Process step/incoming Category and identified material" hazard6

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