This study aims to comprehensively identify risks to food safety and halal status in food manufacturing processes. The research was conducted through risk identification, data collection, Bayesian Network (BN) structure, decision analysis, and mitigation programs. The results showed that there were 19 integrated risks to food safety and halal. Twelve risks were due to food safety and seven risks were due to halal status. Overall, risks identified were described through the BN structure, which consists of four levels, as a basis for determining risk opportunity values. The results of BN decision analysis show that the highest integrated risk to food safety and halal each level. The risk of chickens dying when stunning is the highest risks in level 1 and cleaning and chilling department in level 2. The partially integrated risks for level 3 and total integrated risks in level 4 has a chance of contamination. Due is the results, the analysis and decision analysis is to reject or rework.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)260-273
Number of pages14
JournalSupply Chain Forum
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2020


  • Bayesian Network
  • Food safety
  • halal
  • risk assessment


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