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MALAYSIA HALAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MHMS)

SMALL AND MICRO INDUSTRY

INTERNAL HALAL CONTROL SYSTEM (IHCS)


1) Halal Police
2) Raw Material Control / Halal Risk Control
3) Effectiveness

BIG AND MEDIUM INDUSTRY

HALAL SECURITY SYSTEM (HAS)

1) Halal Police
2) Internal Halal Committee
3) Internal Halal Audit
4) Halal Risk Control
5) Raw Material Control
6) Halal Training
7) Effectiveness
8) HAS review
9) Laboratory Analysis
10) Sertu

1. INTRODUCTION

 

Halal Assurance Management System or also known as HAS was first introduced in 2011 with the      launch of the Guidelines for Halal Assurance Management System of Malaysia Halal Certification      issued by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (JAKIM).

Malaysian Halal Management System (later referred to as MHMS 2020) this was introduced for  replaces the Guidelines for Halal Assurance Management System of Malaysia Halal Certification. This MHMS 2020 contains details for implementation of MHMS which includes:

1) Internal Halal Control System (IHCS) for small industrial use and micro; and

2) Halal Assurance System (HAS) for large industrial use and medium.

The implementation of this MHMS places the responsibility on the company and / or applicants to ensure all Halal Certification requirements Malaysia is obeyed all the time

2. OBJECTIVE

This document aims to explain in detail the need for develop, implement and maintain halal guarantees to meet as well as comply with Malaysian Halal Certification procedures.

3. SCOPE

MHMS 2020 is a reference document for the use of the authorities competent, company and / or SPHM applicants for system requirements internal halal control of SPHM holding company.

This MHMS 2020 should be read in conjunction with Malaysian Standard, Malaysian Halal Certification Procedure Manual (MPPHM), fatwas, laws, regulations and circulars adopted in Halal Certification Malaysia.

4. INTERPRETATION

(1)    Internal Halal Audit

Inspections / audits planned and carried out by the company internally to ensure compliance with the requirements of Malaysian Halal Certification.

(2)    Laboratory Analysis

Specific analysis as a support procedure for halal determination / validation implemented and planned by the company and / or the applicant.

(3)    Halal Executive

Individuals responsible for ensuring halal compliance in a company or premise Halal Executive must meet the following set conditions:

(a)  Muslims;

(b)  Malaysian citizen (subject to relevant MPPHM);

(c)  Permanent position;

(d) Have a minimum Diploma in Halal Management or any equivalent qualification or experience in halal management for at least five (5) years; and

(e) Possess a Halal Executive Certificate from a Halal Training Provide registered under HPB

(4)    Halal Control Point (HCP)

Points or determinations of halal control that need to be identified, implemented controls and pollution can be prevented or eliminated to ensure halal compliance along the supply chain.

 

(5)    Internal Halal Committee

        (JKHD)

Committee appointed formally and in writing by the top management of the company responsible for developing, implementing, monitoring and controlling the effectiveness of HAS implementation as well as compliance with the requirements of Malaysian Halal Certification.

(6)    Internal Halal Auditors

Individuals are appointed by JKHD who are qualified, experienced and competent to conduct internal halal audits.

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