FDA Food Safety Modernization Act - Sanitation

An in-depth food (consumable products) safety sanitation audit based on the FDA regulations 21 CFR 117. This application is provided as a free sample to experience how knowledge retained in practical applications results in hands-on education and the identification of operational gaps that are often overlooked. GapCross applications are easily customized to capture your specific situations and needs.

This assessment addresses all aspects of sanitation including:

  • Sanitation Policies
  • Procedures
  • Personnel Training
  • Record-Keeping Requirements
  • Sanitation of the Facilities
  • Equipment Sanitation
  • Personnel Sanitation Practices
  • Material and Product Temperature control

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Identify gaps and prevent issues

Assign different team members to use the app as a training tool.

Inculcate a culture of quality

Sanitation is a key element of Good Manufacturing Practice

Use the reference links for direct access to specific FDA requirements

Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that consumable products are safe, high quality, and consistent. It includes guidelines for all aspects of food production, from raw materials to packaging and labeling. Sanitation is a key part of GMP. It prevents food safety issues such as contamination and foodborne illness.