Foreign body contamination as a risk is a fact of life within a food processing business.
The latest version of BRCGS, issue nine, which came into force for audits in February 2023, introduced a new clause (22.214.171.124) which is based on risk: procedures shall be implemented to minimise other types of foreign body contamination.
The issue is how it is controlled and monitored. Is the root cause understood and what is the preventative and corrective action? This is where Teknomek can help. Our foreign body control box can be placed within the production area, where foreign bodies are likely to contaminate the food production line. It's removable tray also will help the team's responsible to account for these foreign bodies and conduct route cause analysis and trending to support preventive actions to be put in place.
Don't hide the fact that you have foreign bodies that could contaminate the food production process but own it! The Teknomek Foreign body control box in plain sight for the BRCGS auditor to see will clearly highlight that you have the solution in place; your staff are aware of the potential contamination risks and are trained to manage the risk in each area.
Slot: 170 x 39mm
- Purposely designed control box to temporarily store any foreign bodies
- Internal tray so foreign bodies can easily and safely be removed for investigation.
- Solution to reduce one of the top 10 non-conformances within BRCGS i9 126.96.36.199
- 304L-grade stainless steel
- Lockable door
- Sloping top
- Wall mounted