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#1 3kdi

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Posted 20 April 2013 - 05:55 PM

Hi all,

I am in hope of finding some advice for creating a form for keeping track of cleaning done in between the processing of different allergens. We have an allergen program established and cleans are done on the lines when switching from an allergen to a non-allergen and when switching types of allergens, but we do not have a form for recording when each cleaning was done. I am thinking a form for each line we have would be the best idea, but could use some recommendations or examples if anyone has them. Thank you
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Posted 21 April 2013 - 09:55 AM

Hi all,

I am in hope of finding some advice for creating a form for keeping track of cleaning done in between the processing of different allergens. We have an allergen program established and cleans are done on the lines when switching from an allergen to a non-allergen and when switching types of allergens, but we do not have a form for recording when each cleaning was done. I am thinking a form for each line we have would be the best idea, but could use some recommendations or examples if anyone has them. Thank you
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Your cleaning log will need to be tailored to your filler/line

Here is an example

Attached File  FCR 001 Filler Cleaning Record.pdf   264.59KB   103 downloads

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 04:13 PM

Tony,
Thank you for providing a sample layout for a cleaning log. It has been very helpful for developing one suited towards our equipment. Thanks!


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