In addition to products, rooms can also be quarantined. For example, if in cases of:
- Glass breakage;
- Poor cleaning;
- Broken and / or missing pieces of machinery.
Anyone who finds an abnormality has a duty to code these products with a quarantine card. This is to ensure that the products are no longer used in production process or are delivered.
The products may only be further processed once the destination for the product is clear.
When it comes to food safety aspects, the destination may only be given by the quality service.
In the case of rooms, coding takes place at all access points.
The room may only be used again after release.
There is a timeline linked to each quarantine. The purpose of the timeline is to resolve the quarantine in context of determining the destination.
All quarantined products are clearly coded and set apart from the regular products.
- Product destruction;
- Deliver or further process the product after correction;
- Reprocessing products;
- Deliver or further process the product without correction.
Note: If products are quarantined due to exceeding a CCP standard, then the required measure must be taken. The measure can be found in the CCP overview.
- Clean up glass;
- Repairing problems.
Registration and release:
In all cases, the quarantine form must be fully completed.
- Observed abnormality;
- Corrective action;
After the release or destruction of the products, the quarantine form is delivered to the quality department. This is for further processing and verification.
It is important to find the cause of the abnormality. In this way measures can be taken to prevent reoccurrence. The measures depend on the abnormality, but can have an effect on the product and process!
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