You may be correct. I don't quite understand what you are seeking.
Maybe the disconnect relates to yr specific system which is unknown, eg CIF will presumably be somewhat different to an "open" situation. Similarly where allergens, Listeria are priorities.
IMEX of "open" type the auditor's first objective regarding Cleaning/Sanitising = FACTORY (where and when) = OVERVIEW (this is subjective, obviously). Followed by How, Who etc. Followed by Validation etc.
For a "basic" raw product scenario, I use an Excel "matrix" based on the above logic, eg Y-axis = locations. Individual items >> horizontal >> box containing Scheduled Frequency + "a Coded Parameter" for the Procedure (ie method/utensils/chemicals/etc).
A sub.matrix alongside the main one then summarises the Procedures / includes a cross-reference to original full SOP.
So one "spreadsheet" covers complete operation in a condensed format. (The "sign-off' activities are handled separately).
IMEX Calibration is a separate issue.
Rgds / Charles.C
PS - the .png in my previous post ie ex FDA, if it's OK for them .......
(obviously some x-links need to be added)
PPS - added - The advantage of a preliminary "mapping" IMO is that it facilitates a quick appreciation of the overall cleaning/sanitising network within the manufacturing facility.
I have also audited facilities using only sectional documentation similar to which you describe. Can also work OK IMO but typically takes longer/ more effort to absorb the system scope.
Maybe you could consider posting an idea/portion of your "Overview" plan currently in use if you wish for more direct comments ?