Posted 12 August 2019 - 06:38 PM
During a recent SQF audit, it was observed that 2 mice had been captured during a 12 month period. We have a 75,000 square foot facility and the mice were captured by doors that have heavy traffic in and out. This was not written as a non-conformity, but we were told that if we had captured 4 mice it would have been a non-conformity.
This seems unreasonable, it's not an infestation and the pest control program is doing its job. Why is 4 mice the limit and where did that number come from? Should our pest control records never show anything? What's the point of the traps if not to capture the occasional rogue mouse.
Am I missing something here?
Oh, my that is funny!
More Auditor BS
And where did it come from --- sounds like it came out of his/her butt.
Edited by Charles.C, 14 August 2019 - 07:27 PM.
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