HACCP / ISO 9001 / ISO 14001/ ISO 45001

HACCP stands for HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS and in free translation means hazard analysis at key control points.

The HACCP system ensures the health of foods in a way that those who work with food independently follow its rules. Its basic feature is that it is a set of preventive and corrective measures in the technological process, i.e. a system that identifies possible hazards (biological, chemical, physical) that can affect food safety and steps in the process in which it is possible to implement measures to control these dangers.

This system is very important for every catering facility where food is prepared and served, for the production and delivery of food itself, and also for the daily work of our Institution, in order to protect the health of its users.

In order to protect the health of consumers over the past years, legislation, regulations and control measures have been adopted by the competent supervisory bodies. In addition, technological innovations have made it possible to increase the efficiency of food production equipment, both in terms of workplace safety and hygiene.

ISO 9001

The City of Zagreb institution Dobri dom has, since December 13th, 2007, introduced the HACCP system and the ISO 9001 standard for the Quality Management System, and in 2018 the transition to the new ISO 9001: 2015 standard was made and obtained the certificate for the Environmental Management System according to the standard ISO 14001: 2015.

For this purpose, the Rules of Procedure of the Integrated Quality, Environment and Food Safety Management System have been developed as the basic document for the implementation of the institution's business policy. The institution bases its environmental management policy on environmental principles while respecting the obligation to comply with legal and other requirements.

Certificate and annex (two)

ISO 14001

The implementation of ISO 14001: 2015 is a testament to the environmental awareness and commitment of the Environmental Protection Agency through the proper classification of waste, the prevention of all types of pollution, the rational use of energy consumption and the elimination or reduction of acceptable health risks of employees and other interested parties.

Certificate and annex (two)

ISO 45001

Since December 2019, the institution has implemented the ISO 45001: 2015 standard in its workflow, which enables the harmonization and application of occupational safety performance measurement assessments. As a result of the harmonization and implementation of the process of measuring the safety at work, the number of injuries and accidents in the field of health and safety at work, as well as their associated costs, will be reduced and the promotion of care for their workers will be improved. The purpose of this management system is to provide a framework for managing risks and opportunities in the field of occupational health and safety.

The goal and expected outcomes of the Occupational Health and Safety Management System are to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses and to provide a safe and healthy working environment, and consequently it is critical for the organization to eliminate hazards and reduce risks by taking effective preventive and protective measures.

When these measures are implemented by the organization through a management system, they improve their health and safety performance at work. Implementing a health and safety management system in accordance with this document enables the organization to manage its risks and improve its performance.

Certificate and annex (two)