I don't have a procedure with me (I'm on maternity leave) but I can talk you through it. It's often better to get photos of your site anyway though.
This is assuming a high care / high risk environment.
Step 1: Put on a mob cap of a distinctive colour to the high risk / high care area. If appropriate put on a beard snood (I say anything more than 1 days growth of stubble is beard snood terratory.)
Step 2: Take off shoes and put into some kind of rack / tidy.
Step 3: (Ideally if you have one) sit on a barrier and swing your legs over the barrier into the high care / risk side.
Step 4: Put on captive high risk / high care shoes or boots. (Some will argue here for a welly wash but I think they cause more problems than they solve).
Step 5: Wash hands fully using alcohol disinfectant as a terminal step (this is to protect the captive high care / risk coat).
Step 6: Put on a captive coat (note when cleaned, these should be returned individually plastic wrapped to maintain hygienic status).
Step 7: Wash hands again and use alcohol gel.
Step 8: Enter production.
On leaving a high care / risk area, these are the steps I'd put in:
Step 1: Remove high care / risk coat and hang up on dedicated hanging spaces or put in wash if dirty or the end of the shift.
Step 2: Remove captive shoes / boots and put back on hangers (should be sole side up so the cleanliness can be checked and they can be easily cleaned.)
Step 3: Sit on barrier and swing legs back over to other side.
Step 4: Remove mob cap and beard snood
Step 5: Put normal shoes or low risk shoes back on.
Obviously for low risk areas you don't have to go quite this far.
I totally agree with this procedure but I was told that you shouldn't touch the high care area without your protective shoes.
I was told that we need to grab one boot from the raking on the other side of the bench, put it on and swing the leg across then put the other boot on.
I find this almost impossible, especially when you have 13 people changing at the same time. I also understand that the boots should be on the high care area side so if I cant touch the floor with my socks then how am I supposed to do this? :-)
Also, not sure if you can help me with this one. We wash our boots before entering production and when we leave. There's always some water on the floor. Would this be a problem with a BRC auditor?
Thank you in advance for any help clarifying this :-).