I'm working on doing a risk assessment for Food Grade Lubricants. This was brought up in one of our SQF audits and I'm not sure why it hasn't been done already as our facility has been certified previously as a Level 3. It's my understanding that this is more for Allergen management. Is that correct?
I've gathered a list of all the food grade lubricants that are used in the facility and they pretty much consist of mineral oil, silicone, and other chemical compositions.
Has anyone else, going through SQF Quality Ed 8, had to do this? Can I get some feedback on the purpose? If it's just for Allergen, then I would think being able to supply SDS or data sheets that explain the contents should be sufficient on why they are not a risk.
Note: I had done a search, but was unable to find anything more recent (posts from approximately 3 years ago).