I've been asked by my management to "automate" our food safety as much as possible. After explaining that it's not something that can necessarily be automated we came to the conclusion that the management wants to do everything we can to help facilitate food safety with "hands-off" implementations.
- painting a track on the ground to guide employees and visitors to the locker room where they put on their hairnets and wash their hands.
- Signs showing how to properly wear smocks and hairnets
- Adding remotes (like a garage door opener) to roller doors to limit access to those who have the remotes
Simple things that can have a great impact on the safety of the environment.
I wanted to ask what you all have seen in your experience as I'm kind of getting a blank check to improve our program.
I appreciate your help and look forward to your responses.