Why pathogen control is important.
Applying biosecurity and controlling infectious agents.
Puremed Canada specializes in the prevention and control of cross-contamination of food born pathogens. Cross-contamination is often a contributing factor in outbreaks of foodborne illness.
Preventing cross-contamination is an important part of our Preventive Control Plan (PCP). Sources of cross-contamination are identified during the hazard analysis and control measures are put in place to prevent cross-contamination.
Enterobacteria, Listeria, Salmonella, E-coli, Norovirus are responsible for a variety of human illnesses Found in food processing facilities. These gram-negative and positive bacteria should be controlled and tracked within a well detailed and structured Pathogen Environmental Monitoring program. (PEM)
Puremed Canada emphasises this process by the application of multiple quality assurance and tracked trending techniques including Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP).
Preventing cross-contamination is an important part of our Preventive Control Plan . Sources of cross-contamination are identified during the hazard analysis and control measures are put in place to prevent the cross-contamination of the product and/or equipment. Puremed Canada uses state of the art patented technology to find, assess and remove harmful pathogens in your plant.
Puremed Canada is highly trained to assist you and your team with:
All food processing plants should implement ATP testing as part of a sanitation validation indicator. Organoleptic inspections will offer insight to what is visibly clean, while ATP will determine the efficiency and efficacy of the sanitation disinfection process.
Any well-defined sanitation program will include daily and weekly ATP testing sites, with corrective actions and a structured GAP analysis assessment to compare actual sanitation performance vs desired performances