Do resin floor systems affect food safety?
HACCP is a system in force in Poland and many other European Union countries aimed at ensuring the safety of food and drinks. Compliance with the general hygiene rules contained in HACCP guarantees that the food will not be contaminated or contaminated, and thus will not pose a threat to a potential consumer. The HACCP system consists of a number of rules relating to the conduct in enterprises dealing with food.
Safety comes first.
With the aim of building entrepreneurs’ trust in our products and ensuring the appropriate quality of materials and products intended for contact with food, we have implemented the HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) system – analysis of hazards and critical control points. The plan for the identification and optimization of critical control points and procedures, developed and documented by us, allowed for the effective resolution of problems related to the quality and health safety of our products.
The system implemented by us was subject to an audit assessment, as a result of which we received the HACCP certificate confirming the highest level of quality and safety of PC — Hard® bacteriostatic floors, dedicated to the food industry, and P—Flex®, bacteriostatic floors dedicated to hospitals, health centers, clinics and public utilities.