Let’s face it. Nobody wants to find something unexpected in their lunch. And in today’s hyper-connected, social media obsessed world, food scares travel fast. Have you heard the story of a diner that required surgery after swallowing wire brush bristles
lurking inside a pizza? You don’t want to be responsible for a similar scare.
Yet without a clear protocol for the storage and use of hygiene equipment, cleaning items are often left where they shouldn’t be: near production areas, for example. When hygiene equipment is scattered, vital integrity checks either don’t happen or are ineffective. There’s also a risk of equipment being used inappropriately: the wrong item for the wrong job. Not good.