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Key – Those standards which have greater significance (all other standards are normal)

Recommendation – Those which do not affect certification

New – A completely new standard which the member must now adhere to

Revised – A standard that has changed and requires the member to take some different or additional action to before

Upgraded – The standard has been upgraded to a Key standard or from a Recommendation to a full standard

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Non Conforming Products

4.16

Standards

Participants must establish a documented procedure for dealing with oilseeds that do not comply with specifications. This procedure must include: i) Identification of batches / lots affected. ii) Documentation for managing and recording non-conforming products. iii) Evaluation of the cause of the non-conformance. iv) Segregation of batches / lots affected. v) Communication with relevant parties. vi) Preventive or corrective action to avoid repetition of the non-conformance.

4.16.1

Standards

Responsibility for review and disposal of non-conforming products must be defined. All incidences of non-conforming oilseeds must be recorded and decisions regarding actions to be taken must only be made by authorised personnel.

4.16.2

Standards

Non-conforming oilseeds must be dealt with in one of the following ways: i) Sent to waste ii) Reworked iii) Accepted by concession (if agreed in writing by the client)

4.16.3

Standards

Requirements for reprocessing non-conforming oilseeds must be documented and any affected oilseeds be re-evaluated on completion to ensure that the batch / lot concerned subsequently meets specified requirements

4.16.4

Standards

The approval and use of reworks (e.g. from quality rejects, customer returns or spillage) must be considered within the HACCP plan. Those that are not approved must become waste and be disposed of accordingly.