Quality Is the Goal, on 23 Jul 2020 - 01:56 AM, said:
Thank you for the below example that is very good.
Do you perhaps have a template to use to do this intrusion testing.
Thanks for your assistance
So we do a lot of cleaning and sanitizing and we have a lot of different chemicals that we have to use during the clean up, so I create a spray bottles that has water in them but the label said: "Warning Dangerous poison! Deadly for Humans! Do not use in food production facility. Chemical Name: Botulinum; Common Name: Dead; Manufacturer: Evil Corp." i made the label look exactly the same as the rest of the chemicals.And then i waited to see if anybody will report those bottles :) i create a report of what exactly happen, also, i attached pictures of the bottles with my report. I was very sneaky about it because i didn't want any managers or supervisors ruin my test :) I placed the spray bottles in the end of the shift when no one was around and my employees reported the bottles next day after i placed them in the facility. I described in my report how many hours its took employees to find the bottles, my test was successful and bottles were reported on the beginning on the shift (we clean on the beginning of the shift and in the end of the shift due to the nature of our product) and everybody had a good laugh :) Also now i know if employees are paying attention to labeling :)