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Old 10th October 2005, 09:50 AM
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Question Standard/Specification suitable for an industrial cafeteria?

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I will be doing an ISO 9000 audit of our plant, and within the scope I will be also looking at the onsite cafeteria. Is there a special standard/specification that is normally expected for an industrial cafeteria (serving 5000+ associates/daily)?

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Hi all,

I will be doing an ISO 9000 audit of our plant, and within the scope I will be also looking at the onsite cafeteria. Is there a special standard/specification that is normally expected for an industrial cafeteria (serving 5000+ associates/daily)?

Thanks!

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If the cafeteria is covered in the scope of your quality system, there should be documentation in place already. Presumably, the requirements would address conformance to such things as your local health department's code, other regulatory issues and qualifications for workers.

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Hi all,

I will be doing an ISO 9000 audit of our plant, and within the scope I will be also looking at the onsite cafeteria. Is there a special standard/specification that is normally expected for an industrial cafeteria (serving 5000+ associates/daily)?
Thanks!

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I don't think the plant cafeteria falls within the scope of your ISO 9001 registration. As far as a standard, I think you should be looking at local or state ordinances for food safety. Here are the regulations in South Carolina.

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I think you should be looking at local or state ordinances for food safety.
Doesn't the health department or whoever come in there just like restaurants? My sister works at a 5,000+ B3 stamping plant and they don't include the cafeteria in the Internal Audits.

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