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Posted 07 September 2017 - 04:17 PM

Hello, new to the forum and Our company and myself are new to SQF!


I'm currently working on the log for our cleaning crew to implement daily/weekly/monthly inside and out of our facility, I've come across a lot of helpful templets BUT I wanted to know and my question that I'm stuck on is; Do I need to list the chemicals as well as the exact amount used for each area (oz, gallons, mil, etc.?? or can I just list what product we use to clean and be done with the log...



Thank you in advance!


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Posted 07 September 2017 - 06:55 PM

You can separate a cleaning log from your chemical log or have them together. It's up to you.  Somewhere you should have a document (whether on the log or not) stating what chemicals are used where including the concentrations used.  Instead of exact concentrations, I suggest using the ranges indicated by the manufacturer


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Posted 02 November 2017 - 07:49 PM

The chemical company we use has dilution equipment that dilutes the chemical. The Sanitizer ppm is tested 3 times a day for all our stations but the other chemicals are tested once per month by the chemical sales tech. I left the cleaning log with out the dilution since that is a separate record. Only on the SSOPs I added the chemical and its dilution rate and trained the employee in case the equipment has a problem. 

The log does not have this information it only states the equipment and the frequency of cleaning. 

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