Hello, food safety peeps,
i joined a company (2 months) with a captive shoe program. we wear covers over everyday shoes.
people are constantly going outside with them on. we also have an outdoor patio which is an employee entrance and it is also connected to the breakroom. so they will go outside on the patio as well.
we have foam/sprayers at the entrances to production.
Any suggestions to monitoring and/or auditing this program?
IMO, we do not give the employees proper space, tools, or time to change into/out of the shoe covers.
at the end of the day, they go to the locker room, remove and clean them, and then put them in their lockers.
some other scenarios:
coffee and pastry party, they went outside with them.
evacuations, they come outside with them.
everyday lunch/break, they are going to the patio with them on. They are allowed to have them in the breakroom, but not outside.
i heard we had footbaths/tubs for after evacuations but the practice was stopped. not sure why, maybe cost or manpower for upkeep.
anyways, need help with creating or updating the program to include an audit or something. not even sure there is a written program at the moment.
thank you for listening