Requirements for corrective action come form various sources such as external audits, internal audits, pest control visits, customer complaints, internal rejections etc.
Funneling these into a prioritized list and timescale for completion based on 'risk to consumer health' plus other criteria that may be important to your customers and/or business is a very good idea. You may also consider frequency.
High, Medium, Low, Minimal seems ok (whatever) and then you select based on an educated risk assessment by a competent team.
Rats free in the processing room = high
Hairnet not worn correctly by an operator = low
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