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#1 bri

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Posted 02 November 2010 - 04:49 PM

I am implementing a weekly GMP Auditing program.I need to establish a guide sheet for my team explaining what they are looking for when they audit the separate departments.Can anyone help with a simple to do list for my auditing team members to use as a guide.



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Posted 03 November 2010 - 09:48 PM

I am implementing a weekly GMP Auditing program.I need to establish a guide sheet for my team explaining what they are looking for when they audit the separate departments.Can anyone help with a simple to do list for my auditing team members to use as a guide.

If you are working to SQF 2000 you could start by breaking down the requirements of the standard and turning those into questions and making up some checklists for example:

6.11 Transport and Delivery

6.11.1 Loading, Transport and Unloading Practices

6.11.1.1 The practices applied during loading, transport and unloading of food shall be documented, implemented and designed to maintain appropriate storage conditions and product integrity. Foods shall be loaded, transported and unloaded under conditions suitable to prevent cross contamination.

6.11.2 Loading

6.11.2.1 Vehicles (trucks/vans/containers) used for transporting food shall be inspected prior to loading to ensure they are clean, in good repair, suitable for the purpose and free from odors or other conditions that may impact negatively on the product.

6.11.2.2 Loading practices shall be designed to minimize unnecessary exposure of product to conditions detrimental to maintaining product and package integrity.

So how so they do that, what procedures are they working to, what is acceptable and what is not acceptable, what do they do if there is a nonconformity, who is reponsible, what documents and records are used in this process, who is trained and to what level? I think you get the picture.

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Posted 08 November 2010 - 10:47 AM

I am implementing a weekly GMP Auditing program.I need to establish a guide sheet for my team explaining what they are looking for when they audit the separate departments.Can anyone help with a simple to do list for my auditing team members to use as a guide.


Dear bri,

As Simon has described, the best way to make your very own GMP Auditing Guide Sheet is to make your auditable standard(s) a guiding tool to make a to do list. Googling with the key words (GMP, GMP+checklist, GMP+audit) may lead you towards wealth of information. I am adding here some examples of checklists. May be these provide a foundation to start.

Attached File  Self-Inspection Checklist for Food and Beverage Industry.pdf   154.49KB   258 downloads
Attached File  Self assessment checklist for GMP in Food & Beverage manufacturers.pdf   238.66KB   278 downloads
Attached File  Food Service Audit Checklist.pdf   1.43MB   195 downloads

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Posted 09 November 2010 - 01:35 PM

Thanks for all the great help. I have enough to go on.






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