9 CFR § 417.6 - Inadequate HACCP Systems.
A HACCP system may be found to be inadequate if:
(a) The HACCP plan in operation does not meet the requirements set forth in this part;
(b) Establishment personnel are not performing tasks specified in the HACCP plan;
(c) The establishment fails to take corrective actions, as required by § 417.3 of this part;
(d) HACCP records are not being maintained as required in § 417.5 of this part; or
(e) Adulterated product is produced or shipped.
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