Nampak Plastics FSA (NI) Food Contact Packaging: Industry Insight Click to add title Sub Title Presented by: Brian Kerr Date: 18th October 2012 Presented by: Name Surname | Date: Monday, September 22, 2008 Presented by: Name Surname | Date: Monday, September 22, 2008 Presented by: Anne Temple | Date: March, 2009
Nampak Pennybridge Nampak operate a hole in the wall supply from blowmoulder direct to filler. Pennybridge manufacturers 1 pint, 1 litre and 2 litre bottles made from HDPE and 10 % post consumer rHDPE and can produce up to 100 million bottles per annum. The environmental benefits for this type of operation is substantial due to no transport requirements or secondary packaging.
Sourcing of raw materials and traceability All raw materials are sourced from approved suppliers. The suppliers are risk assessed and rated as A, B or C.Bought in batches.Certificate of Analysis submitted for every load.Rigid procedure for acceptance of materials
Sourcing of raw materials and traceability Packs identified with site, machine, product code, time of manufacture and date.Internal product recall tests.Customer product recall tests.Written procedure for product recallWritten procedure for all stages of delivery and productionAll documents controlled and accountable. Signatures required.
Processing Silos, blender, blowmoulder, cooling track, trimmer, upender, SLD, VIS & VMS cameras, bagger, conveyance, debagger/ trailer or elevator to inverter and filler. Munchy and granulators for reject product and waste recycling.
Good Manufacturing Practice Pre requisites in place>Building & Equipment DesignPest ControlWaste and Drainage ControlSanitisation and maintenanceOperational Control
Good Manufacturing Practice Full Document controlPlanned Preventative Maintenance in placeApproved Contractors on SiteApproved chemical list for siteBlades: individually numbered Wood & Nut free SitePlasters log
Good Manufacturing Practice 5S program Induction/ code of Practice for all visitors and Contractors. Food grade metal detectable pensVisitor ControlReturn to Work ControlCommissioning audits
Hygiene Risks>Biological hazard: small riskChemical: low riskForeign body: highest risk for the site.Controlled by>Glass & hard plastics list and audits.LogbooksSwab testingCleaning schedules, written instructions & records.Hygiene & GMP inspections.Training
Summary/ Conclusion • Follow the Management circle of responsibility • Follow the 12 steps of a HACCP. • Achieve and Maintain BRC standards The key message: Is produce a safe quality product for your Customer because if you don’t somebody else will.
Thank You • Any questions?