I would like some advice on an issue. Let’s say I have a food contact box liner. I received 200 cases @ 500 bags per case = 100,000 bags on Jan 1, 2013. During every production run (we run about 8-15 product a day) a few bags are torn or fall on the floor and get dumped in the trash. When the production supervisor fills out the product report they know for sure how many bags they used because they know the finished cases count. The also always list the lot number on the production report. What they don't know is how many bags went to the trash.
Also our sanitation team members like the size of the box liners because they cover electrical boxes so they don't get wet during wash down. Sanitation doesn't keep track of how many box liners they use.
On Feb 20, 2014 all the box liners are gone. Every product that used the box liners has the amount of box liners they used for the item listed in the inventory report. However there are still 10 cases (5,000 box liners) still on inventory report. Our inventory department does a physical and there are no more box liners. Because of this they make a neg. adjustment so the inventory report is correct.
We know when the box liners came in.
We know how man box liners where used in each production run.
We know the last date we had this lot of box liners in our facility
Now will a BRC auditor look at this. If I can show how many box liners of lot 12345 went into each production run is that the end. Do I need to show where those 5,000 box liners went to or is a neg adjustment going to be ok. Do I need to keep track and document on the inventory report how many bags went to the trash? Thanks for the help.