Thanks for the information - I don't live here either, thus I left too, went down the walkway to the den and found out the pandemic was an exercise, oh my, and then we celebrated by working on the website and going to bed rather late.
Outside of needing to set standards, house rules/basic do this, don't do that - gmp's pretty much.
Appears to be potential for unsanitary conditions, meaning minimal controls in place.
Let's tackle this part:
Hairnets -- hairnets are normally available in a dispenser at entrances to your various areas (that would require hairnets), most companies place a dispenser of gloves (I am assuming you use disposable), ear protectors (as applicable), hairnets, etc at their handsinks - aprons could be on racks in this area as well.
Unless of course you have uniforms, in which case, you would need a changing room (area.)
Changing rooms normally have lockers where people can store their personal items of course - not sure what provision you have for that.
As to hairnets again - they can not be worn all day long, the standard requirements are they are taken off when leaving a gmp area to a non-gmp area (lunchroom, bathroom, outside, etc.) and then a new one is put back on when re-entering a gmp controlled area.
As to aprons, you can launder on-site or use a service - there is no requirement by SQF for outside service or on-site service, the requirement is they be maintained and be clean and if soiled during operation a process of exchange for a clean one is needed.
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