Serious injuries can occur to the consumer if they swallow splinters. Our distinguishes this from other physical by giving it extra attention with the help of this wood and with iMIS .

Wood that is found in the can come from:

Preventive measures:

The taken to keep wood out of the end product are:

  • Keep wooden pallets out of the area;
  • Bring to the ’s attention that they deliver on plastic pallets;
  • Replace wooden pallets with plastic pallets.

Corrective measures:

Once a wooden pallet/packaging has been noted, it must be handled as soon as possible. The wood should be removed as soon as possible. There may not be any splinters left behind after disposal. The surroundings must be cleaned well.

If the wood has entered or may have entered the product, the product must be quarantined and destroyed.

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