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Area to be inspected:- Drier 1 Evap area Level 4 to ground, 5S Inspection

1.0 Foreign Matter Control

  • 1.1 Are hoses stored correctly and free from leaks?

  • 1.2 Are there any broken pieces of glass or brittle plastic impacting on food safety?

  • 1.3 Are the overhead lights covered with shields to prevent contamination of products by broken glass and are free from cracks?

  • Comments/ actions required....

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2.0 Quality Control Records

  • 2.1 Have all log sheets been completed as per frequency required?

  • 2.3 Is the operator trained to sign off log sheets.

  • 2.4 Are there obsolete or uncontrolled documents in the area?

  • Comments/ actions required....

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3.0 Pest Control

  • 3.1 Is there any uncontrolled pest infestation or activity in this area?

  • 3.2 Have all holes and cracks been filled so as not to provide hiding places or entry points for pests?

  • 3.3 Are all insect traps working and free from damage?

  • Comments/ actions required....

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4.0 Good Manufacturing Practices

  • 4.1 Are cleaning tools properly identified, in serviceable condition and stored correctly with the Fonterra brush and broom policy displayed

  • 4.2 Are any open spaces, including under benches that are clear and uncluttered?

  • 4.3 Are the hand washing facilities full with soap, sanitiser and paper towel?

  • 4.4 Are the hand washing facilities clean and free from dirt or foreign matter

  • 4.5 Are there any machine parts, tools, pipes or hoses on the floor?

  • 4.6 Are there any obsolete or unused tools, equipment, pipes etc in the area?

  • 4.7 Are wood or cardboard packaging being used for any purpose other than designated?

  • 4.8 Is the area clear of powder build ups or concentrate, or any other FM

  • 4.9 Is the area clear of ponding water

  • 4.10 Is the area clear of any caustic stains or residue

  • 4.11 Floors clean and free from damage? (there should be no cracks or gaps in joins)

  • 4.12 Walls clean and free from damage? (there should be no flaking paint)

  • 4.13 Ceiling clean and free from damage? (There should be no flaking paint)

  • 4.14 Drains in place clean and free from damage and drain caps in place

  • 4.15 All equipment is free from rust and temporary repairs are free from excess lubricant and coolant leakage?

  • 4.16 Rubbish bins are clean, tidy labelled and emptied after each shift?

  • 4.17 Operator stations clean, tidy?

  • 4.18 Are all knives in the area accountable for and undamaged and the register completed and signed?

  • Comments/ actions required....

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5.0 Chemical Control

  • 5.1 Are the hazardous chemicals in the area stored properly and away from the process flow?

  • 5.2 Are all chemical containers in good condition and clearly labelled to identify internal contents?

  • 5.3 Are MSDS's available in the area, and within date?

  • Comments/ actions required....

  • 5.4 Are any safety PPE clean and in good condition?

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6.0 Allergen Control and Stock food Control

  • 6.1 Are there any products containing an allergen in the area?

  • 6.2 Are these products clearly labelled and stored correctly?

  • 6.3 Are the products stored in a dedicated segregated area?

  • 6.4 Is there a chance of cross contamination?

  • 6.4 Are any stockfood bins or bags clearly dated and labelled?

  • Comments/ actions required....

7.0 Summary of Inspection

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  • Any additional items not covered in the 5S Inspection:

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  • The findings of this 5S Inspection were presented to, and discussed with the Process manager on this date:

  • Name and Signature of Team Leader

  • Name and Signature of Process Manager

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