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#1 sarah2014

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Posted 14 April 2016 - 06:12 PM

Hello 

 

i am working to implement section 11.2.13. I created a cleaning schedule, i am still working on my cleaning and sanitation draft sop 

 

Please can anyone share an example of cleaning and sanitation procedure? 



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Posted 14 April 2016 - 10:11 PM

I can't imagine SQF would find fault with this guide.

 

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added Charles.C/041219 - LINK NOW BROKEN



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Posted 14 April 2016 - 10:16 PM

Full disclosure: My SSOP's meet the requirements of BRC, but are not EVEN close to the level of content in the link above.

 

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Posted 15 April 2016 - 06:43 AM

Hi maria,

 

I have attached a few samples of  sop/ssop's from various sources below which may give you some ideas for layouts.

 

I also thought next 2 links looked quite useful in a generic sense -

http://www.omafra.go...s-guidebook.htm

 

http://food.unl.edu/...ting-procedures

(meat oriented but some general value  IMO, site's layout is a bit laborious on my PC)

 

Plus a very similar (short) thread to yr own is here with a few comments -

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...ing-sanitation/

 

Attached File  sp1 - Equipment Cleaning Schedule - Master.doc   43.5KB   655 downloads

Attached File  sp2 -SSOP Trays,dough bins, totes & utensils.doc   42KB   354 downloads

Attached File  sp3 - SOPs for Sanitation .doc   248.5KB   545 downloads

Attached File  sp4 - SSOP Production and Packing floors.doc   43KB   358 downloads

Attached File  sp5 - Preop Inspection Form SSOP-002.xls   36KB   515 downloads

Attached File  sp6 - Cleaning Schedules & Checklists.doc   84.5KB   558 downloads

Attached File  sp7 - SOP - sanitation and pest control.doc   71.5KB   331 downloads

Attached File  sp8 - SSOP overview.doc   41.5KB   377 downloads

Attached File  sp9 - sanitation program.doc   38KB   501 downloads

Attached File  sp10 - SSOP Pre-op,Operational sanitation,meat.doc   115.5KB   410 downloads

 

PS - this thread may also be of some interest regarding Master document (other examples exist elsewhere including FDA, from memory)

 

http://www.ifsqn.com...ation-schedule/

 

PPS - depending on yr product/process the C&S topic may overlap allergens also. Some sops for allergen control already exist on this forum.


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Posted 15 April 2016 - 11:47 AM

Thank you guys for your help and support 



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 02:45 PM

How can I address pre-operational inspection when my facility runs 24/7 365.  Our process is a continuous nonstop process.  The only time our process stops is for equipment failure and that's rare.  Back ground: We make vegetable oil the process is completely enclosed and both the product and process are very low risk.  The only time the system gets opened is to change inline bag filters or for maintenance to replace something.(We have a Breach Procedure to address this) We recently had a GAP audit done preparing for SQF level II, the auditor said we needed a pre-operation inspection SOP.  What are we to inspect? :helpplease:

 

Any direction would be greatly appreciated.



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 03:13 PM

Is it routinely checked for Micro levels perhaps? Pre operation inspection usually means checking for cleanliness and safe operation checks before commencing use of (E-stops and the like?)........ in the simplest terms anyway 



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Posted 17 October 2016 - 03:54 PM

Is it routinely checked for Micro levels perhaps? Pre operation inspection usually means checking for cleanliness and safe operation checks before commencing use of (E-stops and the like?)........ in the simplest terms anyway 

 

Because of the nature of the product and the process micro test is only done at random annually.  Being that the system is enclosed it presents more risk to open the system up and inspect it.



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Posted 23 October 2016 - 05:30 AM

Your pre-op could be run at each shift changeover and needs to include things like Hygiene, so it's not just limited to the process of the product.


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Posted 21 November 2016 - 02:31 PM

Yes JCoomes but what about your employees?  They don't work 24/7, so what happens inbetween shift changes.  Is one shift leaving trash in a barrel or not sweeping the floor?  Have you ever walked in to start your shift and someone from the night before left a sweatshirt near production?  Did the floors get mopped last night?  How do the bathrooms look?  You have less of a pre-operational and more a pre-shift report to do.  



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Posted 22 November 2016 - 05:03 AM

Hi jcoomes,

 

Yr previous posts sort of suggest that you hv no Sanitation Control Program (SCP) implemented at all which I'm sure is not the case.

 

So what does yr current  SCP consist of ?


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