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Posted 31 May 2015 - 08:40 AM

Dear all,

Kindly share SOP for the storage of dry and wet chemicals in a sea food processing plant. what  are the registers kept in the store room in order to get BRC Certification.
 
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Posted 31 May 2015 - 09:28 AM

 

dear all,

kindly share SOP for the storage of dry and wet chemicals in a sea food processing plant. what  are the registers kept in the store room in order to get BRC  certification.

 

thanks and regards

rani s r 

 

 

BRC Section 4.9. is a minimal basis for yr SOP. 

 

The practical details may well depend on what the chemicals are, eg hi-test calcium hypochlorite / sodium metabisulphite powders are not recommended to be stored/dispensed in close proximity to each other.

 

The initial approach IMEX is to locate the store(s) in a controllable, "safe" place with respect to the product/personnel/environment and physically separate chemicals on the basis of safety, eg toxicity, explosiveness, inflammability, incompatability.

 

As stated by BRC, it's important to have trained personnel where the safe handling/storage/avoidance of contamination of/by chemicals is involved.

 

Not sure what you mean by "Register" ? MSDS data sheets ? = Required.


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