am looking for some ideas on how to get employees to wear hair nets correctly? We have some employees that do not contain all the hair or their ears and training has not always worked? Can someone suggest some ideas, or maybe suggest a good hairnet type that we can get in Canada?
I think that sometimes the hairnets we use are too large and cause gaps too that allow hair to escape.
I'm unsure whether you represent the voice of QA or Production but I anticipate the former. IMEX this topic, or its defects, should be a shared responsibility.
My comment on yr OP is what are the "RCA" reasons for yr difficulties. If only technical it seeems to me the previous suggestions are optimistic to be tried.
If the problem is more on implementation (eg my first para.) yr Post 8 is a worthwhile lever for "assistance". (Management Committment?)
It all depends.
@ F3 - The concept (philosophy?) of Risk Prioritising, Prerequisite Programs is IMO a somewhat novel/questionable one (slippery slope syndrome ?).
However IMEX of seafood the SSOP of "safe water/ice" is often audited as a serious/critical safety defect if found so there is undoubtedly some potential risk support yr theory.
And I agree the opposite viewpoint "tends" to hold for "low" hair criticisms (after all, it's not, as you noted, a generic safety hazard but it can signal a potential PRP systemic defect).
(BUT, if the product is for a (top?) fast food operator, I can assure you that one hair discovered in their received output represents an instant catastrophe and will generate an immediate visit to the offender !)
It would be interesting, eg for SQF system, to know if any (defective) PRPs are auditorially (risk?) demerited equal points (no direct experience SQF myself).