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MALAYSIAN MS 2400-1:2010

STANDARD

HALALAN-TOYYIBAN ASSURANCE PIPELINE -


PART 1: MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF
GOODS AND/OR CARGO CHAIN SERVICES

ICS: 03.120.10
Descriptors: management system, requirements, transportation, goods, cargo, chain services

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CONTENTS

Page

Committee representation ......................................................................................................... iii

Foreword..................................................................................................................................... v

0 Introduction ....................................................................................................................1

1 Scope.............................................................................................................................3

2 Terms and definitions ....................................................................................................4

3 Requirements ................................................................................................................9

4 Preliminary steps to enable risk management process ...............................................15

5 Operations of the Halalan-Toyyiban Risk Management plan ......................................18

6 General requirements for premises, infrastructure, facilities and personnel ...............23

7 Maintenance of the Halalan-Toyyiban Assurance Pipeline .........................................26

Table A1 Typical example of a Halalan-Toyyiban Control Point analysis worksheet ..........28

Table B1 Halalan-Toyyiban control point likelihood ranking ................................................29

Table B2a Halalan control point severity/impact ranking .......................................................29

Table B2b Toyyiban control point severity/impact ranking .....................................................30

Table B3 Halalan and toyyiban control point risk matrix ......................................................30

Table B4 Halalan-toyyiban decision rules for risk ranking ...................................................31

Table C1 Typical example of a Halalan-Toyyiban Risk Management Plan summary..........32

Figure 1 Elements of the Halalan-Toyyiban assurance pipeline ...........................................2

Figure 2 Application of standards ..........................................................................................2

Figure 3 Typical products, goods and/or cargo handling process flow .................................3

Figure 4 Typical elements and flow of transportation of goods and/or cargo


chain services and related activities .....................................................................20

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CONTENTS (continued)

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Annex A Typical example of a Halalan-Toyyiban Control Point analysis worksheet ..........28

Annex B Reference tables for determination of likelihood, severity and risk ranking..........29

Annex C Typical example of a Halalan-Toyyiban Risk Management Plan summary..........32

Annex D Method of Shariah ritual cleansing according to ShafiI School of Thought


for severe najs (al-mughallazah)...........................................................................33

Bibliography ..............................................................................................................................34

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Committee representation

The Industry Standards Committee on Halal Standards (ISC I) under whose authority this Malaysian Standard was
developed, comprises representatives from the following organisations:

Department of Islamic Development Malaysia


Department of Standards Malaysia
Department of Veterinary Services
Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers
Halal Industry Development Corporation Sdn Bhd
Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia
Institute of Quality Malaysia
International Islamic University Malaysia
Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute
Malaysian Association of Standards Users
Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism
Ministry of Health Malaysia (Food Safety and Quality Division)
Ministry of Health Malaysia (National Pharmaceutical Control Bureau)
Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia

Co-opted member:

Yayasan Ilmuwan

The Technical Committee on Management Systems from Islamic Perspectives which supervised the development of
this Malaysian Standard consists of representatives from the following organisations:

Department of Islamic Development Malaysia


Halal Industry Development Corporation Sdn Bhd
Institut Tadbiran Awam Negara, Malaysia
Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia
International Islamic University Malaysia
Malaysia Productivity Corporation
Malaysian Administration and Management Planning Unit
Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission
Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia
Research Institute of Standards in Islam
SIRIM Berhad (Secretariat)
SIRIM QAS International Sdn Bhd
Yayasan Ilmuwan

The Working Group on Halal Logistics which developed this Malaysian Standard consists of representatives from the
following organisations:

Cold Chain Network (M) Sdn Bhd

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers

Halal Industry Development Corporation Sdn Bhd

International Islamic University Malaysia

Konsortium HT

Nestle Products Sdn Bhd

Port Klang Free Zone Sdn Bhd

SIRIM Berhad (Secretariat)

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Committee representation (continued)

SIRIM QAS International Sdn Bhd

TUV Rheinland Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Yayasan Ekonomi Sejagat

Co-opted members:

Malaysian Agrifood Corporation Berhad

Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia

Research Institute of Standards in Islam

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FOREWORD

This Malaysian Standard was developed by the Working Group on Halal Logistics under the
authority of the Industry Standards Committee on Halal Standards.

This Malaysian Standard was based on the draft entitled Halalan-toyyiban assurance pipeline
- Management system requirements for transportation of goods and/or cargo chain services,
initiated by the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia and Research Institute of
Standards in Islam.

MS 2400 consists of the following parts, under the general title, Halalan-toyyiban assurance
pipeline:

Part 1: Management system requirements for transportation of goods and/or cargo chain
services

Part 2: Management system requirements for warehousing and related activities

Part 3: Management system requirements for retailing

Compliance with a Malaysian Standard does not of itself confer immunity from legal
obligations.

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