• INSTRUCTIONS:
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    1. Review the Good Manufacturing Practices and Sanitation Performance Standards.
    2. Read & review GMP Audit Guide and previous audit to look for recurring issues.
    3. Answer the applicable questions below.
    4. Add photos and notes by clicking on the paperclip icon.
    5. Give accurate descriptions of what and where the issue(s) observed & corrective actions using paperclip icon "Add Action"
    6. Complete audit by providing digital signature.
    7. Share your report by exporting as PDF, Word, Excel or Web Link.

GMP / SPS CHECKLIST

  • GMP Color Chart is being followed

  • Condensation or leaks

  • Walls – clean, cracks, holes, peeling paint, mold

  • Floors – clean, drains in good condition, cracks, hoses hanging up

  • Ceilings – clean, peeling paint, mold, refrigeration units

  • Vents & Fans – clean

  • Equipment - sanitary design, overall condition, parts, tools, racks/carts

  • Signage condition - (hand wash, exit, restricted access, etc.)

  • Hand wash sinks – soap, paper towel, trash cans, sensor works

  • Chemical containers/Storage – properly labeled, stored away from product, cage locked

  • Sanitation Gear – clean, gear hanging up

  • Employee equipment - hairnets, frocks, gloves, beard nets, hoodies, footwear

  • Restricted items – food, drink, gum, candy, lozenges, cell phones, smokeless tobacco

  • Pest/Rodent control - traps against wall, correct location, wall ID's, missing or damaged traps, fly lights working

  • Adequate lighting with proper shields

  • Temporary repairs not present (i.e. tie-wrap/zip tie, wire, tape, etc.)

  • Exterior doors closed

  • Any additional items not listed above

COMPLETION

  • Auditor's Signature

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