Hygiene Procedure Example

The goes as follows; everyone can be a carrier of pathogenic . In addition, the human body carries a large number of micro-organisms on the skin, skin flakes, clothes, etc.

Measures for the hygiene procedure

Under hygiene are all the precautionary that every or visitor must follow to prevent the of foodstuffs with microbiological, , or foreign material. The carrying of allergens also falls under this.

The following hygiene are enforced, communicated, and understandable within our company.

Hygiene procedure: It is not permitted to:

  • Eat, drink, spit, or smoke (also electric) in the production areas;
  • Wear artificial nails or nail art;
  • Use nail polish;
  • Smoke (also electric) in company clothing;
  • Bring , drinks, and medication to production areas;
  • Spit, sneeze, or cough over
  • Wear jewellery. Jewellery which can not be removed should be covered with blue, detectable plasters. It is not permitted to wear earrings, watches, and piercings. An exemption is medical warning instruments (SOS);
  • Use heavy perfumes or aftershaves to a large extent.

Hygiene procedure: Do not enter production with:

  • Jaundice;
  • Diarrhoea;
  • Vomiting;
  • Fever;
  • Sore throat with fever;
  • Visibly infected skin patches (burning, cuts, etc.);
  • Runny ear, eye, or nose;
  • Other infectious diseases or diseases may endanger food .

Hygiene procedure: You must:

  • Cut fingernails short and keep .
  • Cover mustaches and beards with a beard net,
  • Cover cuts and abrasions with waterproof blue detectable plasters. Other plasters are not permitted. If a plaster goes missing, the supervisor must be informed and the potentially contaminated product must be quarantined. If plasters or special bandages are used on the hands, they must always be fully covered with blue disposable gloves.
  • Wear required company clothing. The company clothing is provided by the company and the employee takes that clean clothing does not come in contact with the clothing.
  • Clean company clothing is worn daily, and when necessary, the clothing is changed when there is (serious) filthiness or when changing production line/activities in the case of possible carry-over of allergens or micro-organisms (separate raw-cooked, after activates).
  • Have hair nets covering the hair and ears.
  • Where required, wear blue disposable gloves and replace them in a timely fashion. At least every time contaminated material has been touched (or something has been picked up from the floor) and after every work stoppage, changing the production line (in connection with carry-over of allergens or micro-organisms, raw-cooked) or by glove breakage.
  • Wash and disinfect your hands before entering the production area and starting work. At least every time contaminated material has been touched (or something has been picked up from the floor) and after every work stoppage, changing the production line (in connection with carry-over of allergens or micro-organisms, raw-cooked).
  • Wash and disinfect hands after smoking.
  • When visiting the toilet, work clothes must be removed and hung outside the toilet's designated place.
  • Wear footwear provided by the company and take care that they are clean (for , cleaning with a hygiene lock or a shoe/boot washer).

Hygiene procedure: Other

If an employee carries an infectious disease or has been in contact with an infectious disease, they should report this to a supervisor or manager. They should be provided with other work, such as administrative work, so that they do not participate in processing or preparing products. Every employee (including temporary and agency staff) must sign the certificate of “ hygiene and health” and sign a health declaration.

Hygiene procedure: Monitoring compliance

Following the planning, are carried out on:

  • Used hygiene;
  • Blue plasters;
  • Completed health declarations;
  • Personal hygiene signatures;
  • Hand ;
  • Work clothing use.
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