1. Personnel hygiene:
Make sure that all personnel are following proper hygiene procedures, such as washing their hands regularly and wearing clean clothing.
2. Food handling and preparation:
Make sure that food is being handled and prepared safely, using proper techniques and sanitary equipment.
3. Premises and facilities:
Make sure that the premises are clean and free of pests, hazardous materials, and other potential hazards.
4. Equipment and utensils:
Make sure that all equipment and utensils are properly sanitized and in good condition.
5. Pest control:
Make sure that the business has an effective pest control plan in place to prevent pests from contaminating the food or premises.
6. Waste management:
Make sure that the business is properly disposing of all waste, including food waste, chemicals, and other hazardous materials.
7. Water and plumbing:
Make sure that the business has a working water supply and plumbing system, and is taking steps to prevent leaks or contamination.
8. Electrical safety:
Make sure that the business is using safe electrical practices, such as installing appropriate safety covers on plugs and cords.
9. Fire safety:
Make sure that the business has an effective fire safety plan in place, including working fire extinguishers and emergency evacuation procedures.
10. First-aid kit and emergency procedures:
Make sure that the business has a first-aid kit on hand and knows how to use it in case of an emergency