Colour Coded Manual Tools

Maintaining a high degree of Food safety is your best Sales Agent.

One way to achieve this is to give every section in the production a specific colour on all Manual tools there can be moved, like Cans, Buckets, Scoops, Brushes, Brooms etc. etc.

For example. If the Toilet section is red. Then it’s obvious that a red brush or bucket never should be seen in e.g the white section making Butter.

When the items are not in use, they should be hanging on the wall or on a tool cart, never laying on the floor.

Let Mejeriet assist you with colourful thinking in Food safety.

 Food safety can be compared with your Computer safety — Hackers — (Wild Bacteria) is always present in great numbers, ready to spoil your work.

Therefore you must maintain a Firewall of cleanliness in the Dairy and avoiding cross termination is a good place to start.

Another Firewall is to be careful when you are casting the floor, slope towards the drains. — It should be common sense, but experience tells differently

When the tools are not in use, they should be hanging on the wall or on a tool cart, never laying on the floor.

There are too many items under this section, so Mejeriet kindly ask you to visit the supply list, unfortunately, I am still working on that, but it’s worth to wait for

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Mejeriet will be dealing with European suppliers of CIP equipment.