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ASQ-HACCP Exam & ASQ-HACCP Certification Info


ASQ-HACCP stands for American Society for Quality-Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points. It's a globally recognized organization that offers certifications to quality professionals who want to validate their competence in HACCP principles and techniques. Step 1: Eligibility and Application To be eligible for the HACCP certification, you need to have a minimum of five years of on-the-job experience in a decision-making role. Out of these five years, three years must be in the food safety field. If you're eligible, you can apply for the certification exam on the ASQ website. Step 2: Scheduling the Exam Once your application is accepted, you will receive an eligibility ID and instructions on how to schedule your exam. You can choose from a wide range of dates and times for your exam. The exam is conducted at various testing centers across the globe, and you can choose the one that's most convenient for you. Step 3: Taking the Exam On the exam day, you need to arrive at the testing center at least 15 minutes before your scheduled exam time. You will be provided with all the necessary instructions and materials for the exam. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions that cover various aspects of HACCP principles and techniques. The ASQ-HACCP certification exams are typically held at Prometric testing centers, which are located in various cities worldwide. You can find the nearest testing center on the Prometric website. For more details, visit the ASQ website at https://asq.org/cert.





ASQ Exams

Food Safety HACCP Manager (HACCP)

The Food Safety HACCP Manager certification test is a comprehensive examination designed to validate an individual's knowledge and skills in Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP), a systematic approach to food safety. It covers various areas, including conducting hazard analysis, identifying critical control points, establishing critical limits, monitoring procedures, corrective actions, verification procedures, and record-keeping. This certification is globally recognized and is typically required for professionals in the food industry, such as quality control managers, production supervisors, and food inspectors.

100 - Multiple Choice
Conducting Preliminary Activities
Conducting a Hazard Analysis
Establishing Detailed Control Measures
Conducting Verification Activities
Conducting Implementation and Continuous Improvement Activities

120 Minutes