Cleaning and Sanitation Introduction Poor indoor environmental quality (IEQ) can cause illness requiring absence from school and acute health symptoms that decrease performance while at school.
CLEANING AND SANITATION POLICY Reason this policy is important: One of the most important steps in reducing the spread of common infectious diseases or conditions among children and child care providers is cleaning and sanitizing or disinfecting objects and any surface a child comes in contact ...
Adequate cleaning and sanitation in a food processing facility are essential to produce safe food. Inadequate cleaning and sanitation can lead to food cont amination and can decrease product quality and shelf life.
CHAPTER 7 CLEANING AND SANITATION A. Substances used in cleaning and sanitizing; storage of toxic materials 1. Cleaning compounds and sanitizing agents used in cleaning and sanitizing procedures shall be free from undesirable microorganisms.
The establishment should consider accumulation of residual chemicals on surfaces. • Allergens: the establishment may wish to consider other information such as the effects allergens might have on all products produced between complete sanitation cleaning procedures.
Dry cleaning • Used where microorganisms are less of a concern than moulds, pests and foreign objects. • Start high, work down • Tools: - Brooms, brushes, shovels - Use a vacuum where possible to prevent allergens from becoming air-borne
Cleaning and Sanitation Validation: What Does Clean Look Like? Dr. Purnendu C. Vasavada University of Wisconsin - River Falls River Falls, WI. 54022, USA Presented as a part of the "Cleaning and Sanitation: Beyond the Basics" Webinar Series the IAFP Food Hygiene & Sanitation PDG September 7, 2011
Defining Cleaning Defining Cleaning and and SanitationSanitation Valente B. Valente B. Alvarez Alvarez Food Industries CenterFood Industries Center Department of Food Science and TechnologyDepartment of Food Science and Technology Department of Food Science and TechnologyDepartment of Food ...
Cleaning and Sanitation Process 1. Make solutions daily, using warm water, and label containers with date and indicate use ( I .e. blood contamination, general sanitizing use) 2.
Chemical Storage •All chemicals for cleaning/sanitation are to be stored in well ventilated areas in the original labeled container. •If chemicals are temporarily placed in other containers they are to be clearly labeled to avoid mixing with incompatible chemicals.