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R/P

Item

Control Point

Level

Compliance Criteria / Guidance Notes

1.

TRACEABILITY

1.1

Are containers traceable?

R

1.1

Does the container depot have a procedure in place to verify that containers are registered? (container numbers)

MINOR

Depot’s own or shipping line system can be used.  Each container should be clearly identified.

R

1.2

Are details of the next receiver – store / ship available?

MAJOR

R/P

1.3

Are the doors of all approved container sealed with a PPECB approved seal prior to leaving the depot?

MAJOR

The PPECB Q13 (Container inspection report) can act as a valid record.

2.

HACCP PRINCIPLES

R

2.1

Is a document available to indicate that a hazard analysis of the process in the depot has been done taking into consideration biological, chemical and physical hazards, and if a hazard was identified that is not addressed by the measures indicated in this checklist, were appropriate control points implemented to control the hazard?

MAJOR

Refer to HACCP Guidelines / Industry where available.

3.

DEPOT MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

P

3.1

Is there a current list of containers available?

MAJOR

This list must at least reference the container number, containers out of circulation (due to taint, unfit for carrying food products etc.), type of container and approved containers.

P/R

3.2

Is a complete Pre-trip inspection (PTI) and hygiene inspection done on all containers?

MAJOR

Records reflecting the actual PTI of the container must be maintained and identified on the unit.  Hygiene checks, i.e. tainting must also be included in this check.

The PPECB Q13 (Container inspection report) can act as a valid record.

R

3.3

Is there a system whereby containers are checked at the depot for damage, and other contamination that can constitute a food safety risk?

MINOR

Here the depot must have a process in place whereby the container is checked for damage, taint and contamination.

4.

WASHING BAY & INSPECTION AREA STRUCTURE

P

4.1

Does the washing bay and inspection area, used for the cleaning and inspection of containers have a permanent, sloped / well drained floor?

MINOR

Permanent floor:  To prevent the harbourage of pests and other contaminants.

Sloping:  To allow for drainage of wash water, and to allow for effective drying of containers.

P

4.2

Is there adequate lighting provided for effective cleaning and inspection of containers?

MINOR

Daylight and provided light for day and night cleaning and subsequent verification and inspections. These lights must be covered.

Compliance Criteria Container depot facilitiesRev 2 of October 2008Implementation date: 01 August 2008  Page 6 of 10

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