In definition, compliance means meeting the rules or standards of a regulation including specification, policy, standard or law. Some mandatory certifications and licenses are required by the governmental law to practice certain businesses. Thus, Genopharma Sdn Bhd is pleased to conform with the following regulations.
In arabic, Halal means “permissible”, so having a Halal Certification generally means that the product or service is lawfully accepted in Islamic Shariah Laws and is safe to be consumed and/or utilised by the Muslim community. In Malaysia, Halal certificates are issued by Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM), featuring the Halal symbol.
HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point)
HACCP is a systematic preventive procedure in food and beverage production. From the making of raw material to manufacturing, distributing and consumption, the process is to ensure that the food produced is safe from any biological, chemical, and physical hazards. The method is used to increase the safety level of the completed product so that it is safe for general consumption.
Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)
GMP is a system for quality measure and control to ensure that the products produced are meeting the regulatory requirements of Malaysian Food Hygiene Regulations 2009 and Food Regulations 1985. The process takes place before HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points), and it covers all aspects of production including starting materials, equipment, premises, training and the personal cleanliness of each personnel.
ISO 22000 is a food safety standard that can be applied to any business in the food chain from farmers to producers, processors and packaging, and it can even be extended to suppliers of non-food products and services, like cleaning agents and equipment manufacturers. Having the ISO 22000 certificate shows that the company has a Food Safety Management System (FSMS), assuring that the food products will cause no harm to the human body.