We are a low risk bakery. Our night hygiene team cleans the whole factory after production and then take swabs at different points on different equipment-this includes both food-contact and non-food contact surfaces with the rapid ATP swabs. The issue is that, for about 6 months now, all the results comes out within spec. There is barely any failures when the swabs are taken. Based on these results, we want to reduce the number of ATP swabbing significantly because we seem to be wasting a lot of money. Can somebody help me with risk assessments or if you have ever had to do this in your factory, please attach templates etc. I really need your help on this.