3 edition of Slaughterhouse cleaning and sanitation found in the catalog.
Slaughterhouse cleaning and sanitation
by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 44.
|Statement||by Tove Skaarup.|
|Series||FAO animal production and health paper ;, 53|
|LC Classifications||TS1960 .S56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||86216106|
Principles of Food Sanitation Fifth Edition Norman G. Marriott, PhD Extension Food Scientist and Professor Emeritus Department of Food Science and Technology Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia, USA and Robert B. Gravani Professor of Food Science Department of Food Science Cornell University Ithaca, New York. The drafting and preparation of this slaughterhouse hygiene and sanitation checklist was drawn from previous slaughterhouse-related studies in Africa (Cook et al., ; Okike et al., ), experience from slaughterhouse hygiene and operations in Nigeria, and recommendations for improvement on existing hygiene and structures.
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Slaughterhouse cleaning and sanitation. Cleaning and sanitation are an integral part of slaughtering and handling of meat and should already be taken into consideration at the planning and construction stage of slaughter facilities.
Visual control of cleaning standard. The purpose of visual control is to note if the surfaces are clean. If they are insufficiently cleaned, then visual control will inform on: The type of contamination. The seriousness of the contamination. Whether dry or wet surfaces should be controlled.
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The best solution will be to use running water from water hoses. Where water supplies do not allow running water a 3-pail system is recommended for cleaning. Two pails should contain a solution of water and detergent and the third clean water.
The pails and brushes etc. should be placed in a trolley. Fig. Manual cleaning, 3-tank system. An ample supply of hot and cold water and cleaning materials should be conveniently available for slaughtering, cleaning, and personal hygiene. Water of at least °F (82°C) should be available to sanitize equipment and tools after cleaning.
Sanitation is the act or process of providing adequately hygienic conditions to ensure a safe, sound, wholesome product fit for human consumption and covers hygienic precautions regarding personal hygiene, process hygiene and cleaning and disinfection.
Sanitation may also signify disinfection, but in this publication sanitation will be used according to the definition given above and disinfection as a.
Disassembling after cleaning will depend on the equipment and methods used for cleaning, but will always include clearing and cleaning of the equipment used for the cleaning process. Equipment should be maintained in accordance with instructions from the.
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Clean surfaces with an approved cleaner, according to manufacturer's directions. Rinse surfaces with potable water. Cleaning Frequency: Clean processing area floors and walls at the end of each production day. Clean ceilings at least once a week, and more often if needed. If necessary, clean the cooler/freezer floors, walls, and ceilings.
Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) Inspection Methods SANITATION STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES Objectives After completion of this module, the participant will be able to: 1. Explain the meaning and significance of the following terms: a.
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DEFINITIONS Define/ explain the following: • Sanitation • Disinfection • Detergents. The Job Description for a Slaughterhouse Cleaner. Slaughterhouse cleaners are expected to disinfect and sanitize the building in which animals are killed for consumption. Given the nature of the bodily fluids being spilled inside such buildings, the cleaners must adhere to strict guidelines that clean not only dirt.
This Kenya Standard specifies basic requirements for a slaughter house for carrying out slaughter of a food animal. Separate room for the cleaning and treatment of intestines and ovals. (e) Separate room for the storage, disposal and treatment of inedible and condemned animals, Coves with sufficient radii to promote good sanitation.
The sanitation performance standards identified in § focus on specific areas or conditions in and around the establishment that. may. result in insanitary conditions that. could lead. to the adulteration of product.
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Sanitation refers to public health conditions related to clean drinking water and adequate treatment and disposal of human excreta and sewage. Preventing human contact with feces is part of sanitation, as is hand washing with soap.
Sanitation systems aim to protect human health by providing a clean environment that will stop the transmission of disease, especially through the fecal–oral route.MEAT CONTROL (LOCAL SLAUGHTERHOUSE) REGULATIONS, [Section 3, L.N.
/] 1. Citation These Regulations may be cited as the Meat Control (Local Slaughterhouses) Regulations, 2. Interpretation In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires— “carcass” means the body of any slaughtered animal after bleeding and.Requirements of Slaughterhouse Floors and Abattoir Floors.
Aside from stringent sanitation regulations, slaughterhouse flooring must be slip-resistant, chemical resistant and easy to keep clean, waterproof, and able to stand up to a high level of traffic and wear and tear from both people and heavy machinery.