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Weekly Brewery Audit

Use this template to conduct a weekly inspection of your brewery’s fermenting, kegging, and serving operations. With the help of a checklist, you can make sure your employees complete their weekly rounds with no extra training required.

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Weekly Check List Kitchen
Ensure all high risk foods in fridges and freezers have correct USE BY date?
Check all contact points for cleanliness eg light switches, door handles, paper and soap dispensers, bins and exteriors
Check all foods in fridges and freezers are covered
Ensure no mixed foods are held in one container
Ensure cooked food is stored above raw food
Check hand wash, no food waste and is being used paper in bin and wet
Check glass policy is active and no drinking glasses in kitchen
Check cleanliness of work surfaces, wall, floors and behind equipment
Have all staff got foundation food hygiene certificate?
Are staff aware of the essentials of food hygiene and reporting illness ?
Check for pests, check insecticutor works, unbinned waste, ingress points
Check probe calibration is being recorded
Take picture of record
Check fridges 0-5oC freezers -18 to -23 and are recorded
Take picture of record
Check all high risk food delivery temps are recorded
Take picture of record
Check all meat joints cooking/cooling is recorded
Take picture of record
Is all buffet cooking/cooling recorded?
Take picture of record
Is all batch cooking/cooling recorded?
Take picture of record
Check buffets recorded on out of control record sheet
Take picture of record
Have the allergens been collated for current weeks specials?
Are allergens readily available and up to date for menu?
Take a picture of allergens spread sheet for specials
Date of inspection
Signature of inspector
Rate Kitchen 1 for Poor Standard 5 for High Standard of cleaning
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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