Records and Inspection Reports Food Home Authority Protocols (UK)
The Records and Inspection Reports Food Home Authority Protocols (UK) is part of a set of protocols which have been developed specifically for focused audits on the Home Authority Principle, Advice to Business and Food/Feeding Stuffs Safety and Standards Promotion.
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The checklist ensures the authority shall maintain up to date accurate records in retrievable form for all food and feeding stuffs premises in its area and relevant checks on imported food and feeding stuffs in accordance with the relevant Food Safety Codes of Practice. These records shall include reports of all inspections and visits and the determination of compliance with legal requirements made by the authorised officer, details of action taken where non compliance was identified, details of any enforcement action taken, results of any sampling, details of any complaints and any action taken, and also relevant food and/or feeding stuffs registration, approval and licensing information. The checklist details how the authority will maintain up to date records for all food and feeding stuffs premises in its area and that records should be kept for 6 years. The ultimate goal of food and feedingstuffs inspections is to ensure the safety and quality management of all food products reaching commerce.
Each inspection checklist is saved in the GoCanvas Cloud and can be emailed or printed as a PDF if you need to share it with food managers for corrective action, or keep for your records. This app can be downloaded to an iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
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