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#1 AANNFF

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Posted 19 August 2013 - 06:32 PM

Is it a necessity by SQF rules for production staff to have separate individual lockers to hang their set of clean  uniforms if they are in fact issued with clean uniforms from a group rack before each shift? If they are on a group rack, how do you stop the issue of contamination?  Where would you store them?  Would it have to be a separate room?

 

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Posted 20 August 2013 - 07:06 AM

Is it a necessity by SQF rules for production staff to have separate individual lockers to hang their set of clean  uniforms if they are in fact issued with clean uniforms from a group rack before each shift? If they are on a group rack, how do you stop the issue of contamination?  Where would you store them?  Would it have to be a separate room?

 

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Separate lockers to those for personal items should be used for clean uniforms, they don't need to be individual but should be segregated if there is a risk (e.g. low/high risk uniforms).

 

Racks are normally provided for storage when uniforms are removed on exiting production areas. Risks of contamination are controlled by segregation of areas (high/low risk) and protective clothing changes (such as when going from low to high risk).

 

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Posted 29 August 2013 - 04:29 AM

We have changed to different colors for high risk ( red for ready to eat ) low risk ( blue for low risk ) they are stored for use on physically seperated racks. We are in the process of applying for SQF and as I understand it this is acceptable







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