Audit

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

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I. GENERAL:

a. An all weather access road that is well maintained and sufficient for safe use by tractor-trailer equipment.

b. Grounds around buildings are well-maintained and general appearance of building and surrounding area indicates proper maintenance.

c. Properly maintained covered loading chute with safety chains and/or bars. Loading chute and walkways must be covered.

d. The waste disposal system has a state permit and is operating in compliance with that permit.

e. The facility is structurally sound.

f. Properly maintained lighting and electrical systems.

g. Water well and related plumbing system is operating and well maintained.

h. Water quality and quantity is sufficient. Water is free of coli form bacteria.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

II. BREEDING/GESTATION AND FARROWING FACILITY

a. Automatic curtains and ventilation system operational and well maintained.

b. Mister/dripper or cool cell system is installed, maintained and operative with automatic controls.

c. Properly maintained and operational drinking water delivery system.

d. Properly maintained and operational flush system capable of properly removing animal waste.

e. Adequately maintained and supported flooring surface.

f. Properly maintained and operational feed delivery systems.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

III. BREEDING AND GESTATION FACILITY

a. All gates, tethers, stalls, walls, and panels are in good working order.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

IV. FARROWING FACILITY

a. Properly maintained sow feeders and creep feeders.

b. Properly maintained farrowing crates.

c. Properly maintained and operational room heaters in each room.

d. One properly maintained creep-heating source per hover/crate.

e. One properly maintained heat lamp or heat mat per farrowing crate

f. Properly working hot water power washer.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

V. SECURITY

a. Swine production facility is visible from owner’s/employee’s residence or all entry roadways and paths are locked when not occupied.

b. Signs are visible denoting company’s ownership of the animals and theft consequences.

c. Individual facilities are locked when not in use.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

VI. HEALTH AND SAFETY

a. Pressure washer is grounded (GFI preferred).

b. All non-heat lamp cords have ground plugs.

c. MSDS sheets are filed where they can be easily accessed for all hazardous materials on the farm.

d. Heat lamps are secured to ceilings to prevent falling to floor while still plugged in.

e. Disaster Plan is current and posted near the phone.

f. All overhead utility lines are a minimum of 50 feet from the feed bins.

g. All pets are contained during feed delivery or livestock movements.

h. Fans have proper guards installed to prevent contact with spinning blades.

i. Electrical fixtures, outlets, and switches are in waterproof boxes or replaced, converted to waterproof boxes. Outlets are closed when not in use.

j. Pressure regulator for any un-vented heaters outside or plumbed to the outside.

k. Feed bins are capable of being opened and closed from the ground and feed bin ladders are safely secured to the feed bin.

PASSED

FAILED If failed, refer to section VIII for explanation

VII. HEALTH AND SAFETY SUPPLEMENTAL INFO * OPTIONAL, not required to pass audit, but strongly recommended.

a. Lug nuts to main service wires are tight.

b. All hazardous materials are stored properly in labeled containers and away from at-risk personnel. All employees are properly trained on the use of hazardous materials.

c. Flammable materials are stored in approved storage units.

d. Heaters are inspected by LP company annually in the fall.

e. All safety guards are in place (i.e. belts, PTO, Augers, etc.).

f. Lock out procedures are used while working on electrical equipment.

g. All adults have been trained in First Aid and CPR.

h. Safety glasses or goggles are worn when spraying disinfectant or pressure washing.

i. Fire extinguishers are placed every 75 feet and are checked periodically to ensure that they are functioning correctly and employees are trained to properly use fire extinguishers.

VIII. EXPLANATION OF FAILED SECTIONS, ACTION PLAN, AND DEADLINES OF REPAIRS

Comments:

Additional Comments/Anticipated Maintenance and Repairs-6 Month Projection:

TO PASS AUDIT, EACH SECTION (I-VI) MUST BE MARKED "PASSED". ALL DEFICIENCIES MUST BE CORRECTED WITHIN THE ABOVE STATED DEADLINES.

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