Audit Your Dairy or Beverage Facility

Why is it important to have a second set of eyes look over your operation?

  • To point out questionable or concerning areas of the process that employees may over look
  • To help you run a more lean, efficient and effective process

Sometimes we are so deep in the day-to-day business that we can overlook the simplest of items or detail that in the end can cost a manufacturer hundreds, sometimes thousands of dollars throughout the year.

 

Click here to contact Darryl about a facility audit or call him at 727-851-6229.

 

An audit of your facility should not be viewed as a negative process, in fact, companies that implement a continual improvement process or CIP tend to embrace outside inspections and audits on a regular basis and do all they can to maintain a healthy organization, with engaged staff to achieve high customer satisfaction approval.

 

Darryl can conduct an on-site inspection of your dairy and

non-dairy operation that can include ice cream, non-dairy frozen,

bakery, juice and water manufacturing.

No facility is too small.

Areas that Darryl can review:

  • Inbound, received ingredients and packaging
  • Ingredient and packaging storage
  • The production line process during start-up, regular operation, changeover and cleanup
  • Finished product storage
  • Load out and delivery process
  • Sanitation process and procedures
  • Safety, policy and sanitation signage
  • Employee break and change area(s)
  • Specific areas requested by the client

The report can include:

  • Excessive waste
  • Good Manufacturing Practices, weakness or improvement
  • Employee input on a specific process or area of concern
  • Safety improvement
  • Communication level between management and general staff  

The inspection reports are not scored or graded and do not reflect a right, wrong view, but rather points out areas of concern and offer was to improve. Often times, a report can support a concern previously submitted by an employee, but not considered an issue. The goal and purpose of an audit is to provide insight on items, areas and staff where training, repair or modifications can be considered. Additionally, a report can provide cost saving measures without sacrificing quality or disruption to the operation. The inspection can be an insightful tool to keep your company ahead of the competition.

Nowadays you can’t afford to learn from your own mistakes. Darryl will save you time and money.

Call Darryl about a facility audit today: 727-851-6229

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