Storage check Objective:

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Check if the storage and methods meet the required .

Storage check definition:

Storage room: each room where storage takes place.

Implementation:

All rooms are registered in the tower with the criteria.

This assessment can consist of:

Measures taken in the event of anomalies:

The actions depend entirely on the anomaly.

Determine the cause of the anomaly.

Determine what action to take. actions should resolve the anomaly but also prevent it from happening again in the future.

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  • Store products elsewhere.
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  • Inform suppliers.
  • Block products.
  • Discuss measurements with those responsible.
  • all actions taken and the cause.

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