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FDA Standardization 2009 Food Code Field Workbook

The Standardization 2009 Food Code Field Workbook (PDF, 343Kb) is available in PDF. Below is the exercise summary and check sheet.


Exercise Summary and Check Sheet

The standardization process requires field exercises to include eight (8) joint inspections of retail food establishments. Facilities selected for inspection must be comprised of high- and medium-risk facilities, to include one highly susceptible population facility, and one facility with an existing HACCP plan. (Complete Annex 2, Section 1 for each)

During at least one of the joint inspections, the Candidate will develop a mock Risk Control Plan with the person in Charge for a critical control point that is out of compliance. (Annex 3, Section 1)

During the joint inspection of a facility with an existing HACCP plan, the Candidate will conduct a verification of the HACCP plan and complete the HACCP Plan Verification Worksheet and the Verification Summary. (Annex 4, Section 1 and 2)

The Candidate shall complete a flow diagram, with the appropriate CCPs and critical limits for each of the three processes.

Process 1: Food prepared with no cook step - a ready-to-eat food that is stored, prepared and served such as green salad, tuna salad, coleslaw or Caesar salad dressing.

Process 2: Food prepared for same day service – food that is stored, prepared, cooked, and served such as hamburgers, hot vegetables, cooked eggs, and entrees for “special of the day”.

Process 3: Complex food preparation – food that is stored, prepared, cooked, cooled, reheated, hot held and served such as soups, sauces, large roasts, chili, taco filling and egg rolls.
 

Exercise

Date

Facility

Standard

HACCP Verification

 

 

 

Risk Control Plan

 

 

 

Flow Chart, Process 1

 

 

 

Flow Chart, Process 2

 

 

 

Flow Chart, Process 3

 

 

 

Highly Susceptible Population Facility