Value Added Sanitation
Process + Product = Solution
What are you trying to remove? Appropriate products for specific soils and surfaces can reduce cost and time.
Pathogen problems are really sanitation problems. Know your pathogen risk and select products that stop transient organisms from becoming resident.
Effectiveness: Meeting your food safety and sanitation requirements
Example: Environmental Indicators
- Pathogen Swabbing
- Rapid Post Sanitation Testing (ATP)
- Surface Cleanliness Test (APC, Total Coliform, Yeast/Mold)
Efficiency: Resources needed to meet your expectations
Example: Efficiency Indicators
- Time per activity
- Amount of chemical used
- Cost per santiation step
SSOP's are a audit requirement but how often are they used? We combined our manufacturing and food safety backgrounds to create sanitation process sheets. A simplistic visual approach to reduce variation.
Effective sanitation programs follow a consistent process including application, mechanical action, rinse and sanitize.
As a manufacturer of chemicals it's our job to teach you the most effective ways to use our products.