Responsible for complying with food safety, food security,
Quality, GMP’s, HAACP, Allergen, and Sensitizer as well as other
regulations as required.
Follow all Hazard Communication guidelines for container
labeling, chemical handling, usage of safety PPE
Responsible for following all safety and good manufacturing
practices in accordance with company policy.
Inspects products and equipment for conformity to federal and
state sanitation laws and plant standards.
Inventory cleaning chemical and supplies.
Maintain Sanitation cleaning schedule. Documentation must
be kept current and completed on a timely basis. You will be
required to turn in documentation to QA department leadership on a
timely basis and notify department leadership (team captain,
supervisor, manager, etc.) if you are behind schedule on a
task. The master sanitation schedule may include
housekeeping, janitorial, CIP (clean in place), COP (clean out of
place), etc. on the interior and exterior of the facility.
You will be required to perform daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly,
bi-monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual tasks as part of the
master sanitation cleaning schedule.
Must possess a positive attitude and demonstrate the ability to
work, motivate and communicate well with all employees. You
will be asked, on occasion, to work extra hours to finish a task
that may run over your scheduled shift end time. You may also
be asked/scheduled to come in early if the production and
sanitation schedules dictate a need