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Standard 4 Breakout Session Inspection Audit Program. Peter Haase Director, Bureau of Food Safety and Inspection Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection. Patrick Kennelly Chief, Food Safety Section California Department of Public Health. Angela Kohls

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Standard 4 Breakout Session

Inspection Audit Program

Peter Haase

Director, Bureau of Food Safety and Inspection

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Patrick Kennelly

Chief, Food Safety Section

California Department of Public Health

Angela Kohls

Standards Implementation Staff

FDA ORA, Office of Partnerships

Russell Lilly

Manager, Manufactured Food Program

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

Skya Murphy

Program and Policy Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

8:00 – 10:00

Elm Fork I

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AgendaStrengthening Compliance and Enforcement

  • Welcome and Introductions
  • Current Status of Standard 4 Implementation
  • Presentations on Implementing Standard 4
  • Q & A/Group Discussion
  • Summary and Challenge
housekeeping
Housekeeping
  • Honor time schedule
  • Stay on topic
  • Get input from everyone
  • Be willing to share
  • Respect different program cultures
  • Do not reference specific audits
  • Be creative, ask questions – parking lot
  • Facilitators – responsible for process
  • Participants – responsible for content
session objectives
Session Objectives

Generate a list of resources, best practices, lessons learned and challenges/recommendations for developing, implementing and monitoring an inspection protocol.

(Group Exercise Instructions)

Listen to presentations

Discuss and list suggestions on flip charts

Share your group’s suggestions with room

breakout session focus
Breakout Session Focus
  • Elements 4.2b &c, 4.3b & c, and 4.4b & c Implementation of the 3 Types of Audits
    • Field Inspection
    • Inspection Report
    • Sampling
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Standard 4: Field Inspection Audits

Patrick Kennelly, Chief

Food Safety Section

California Department of Public Health

March 12, 2014

field inspection audits
Field Inspection Audits
  • Quality assurance review to assess the effectiveness of its inspection program.
    • 2 audits of each inspector every 36 months
    • Conducted by a qualified auditor
    • Documented on Audit form that is equivalent to the FDA Contract Audit form
    • Need an 80% audit rating to be considered a successful audit
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Field Inspection Audits
  • Then and Now
    • Better Defined Process
    • Uniform Documentation
    • Ability to Compare Ratings Across the Program
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Field Inspection Audits
  • Things to Consider
    • How do you select facilities for staff audits?
    • What constitutes a “qualified auditor”?
    • Do you want to vary or alternate auditors for each staff?
    • How do you address individual “Needs Improvement” Ratings?
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Field Inspection Audits
  • Scoring across the spreadsheet identifies areas of “Needs Improvement” ratings within a rated category.
    • Need 80% “Acceptable” ratings within each rated category across the program to be in conformance.
    • How do you address Non-Conformance

ratings?

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Field Inspection Audits
  • Benefits
    • More Knowledgeable Workforce
    • Improved Inspection Procedures
    • Identifying Training Gaps
    • Findings Drive Quality Improvement
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Contact Information

Patrick Kennelly, Chief

Food Safety Section

California Department of Public Health

(916) 650-6598

[email protected]

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Inspection Report Audits

Russell Lilly

Manufactured food program manager

Missouri Department of Health

March 12, 2014

8:00 AM

because
Because…
  • I had three inspectors and reviewed every inspection report
  • It is wildly prescriptive
    • At least half of the widgets don’t apply
      • If the shoe doesn’t fit it is uncomfortable
our situation changed
Our situation changed
  • 18% of 22 inspectors
  • A quality assurance program becomes necessary and valuable
we took the money
We took the money…
  • We owe an honest effort to comply with the standard
we did it
We did it…
  • My best advice
    • Hire someone smart and assign it to them
was it worth it
Was it worth it?
  • I think so
    • We have sent a number of “corrective emails”
      • Mark this here not there
      • Be sure to put your “time out” on the form
      • Turn in your reports on time
i would still like
I would still like
  • To have a quality system designed from the ground up to fit our program
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Contact Information

Russell Lilly

Manufactured food program manager

Missouri Department of Health

Email: [email protected]

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Steps to Implementing

Standard 4 Sample Collection Record Audit

Peter Haase

Director, Bureau of Food Safety and Inspection

Skya Murphy

Program and Policy Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

sample collection record audit outline
Sample Collection Record Audit Outline
  • Introduction and Challenges
  • Steps to customization
  • Conclusion
      • Documents on flash drive
intro wisconsin department of ag trade consumer protection
Intro: Wisconsin Department of AgTrade & Consumer Protection
  • Enrolled in MFRPS in 2007
  • Challenges: Full Standard 4 Implementation Planned for 2015
    • Phase III Contract Audit since 2011
      • Currently Piloting Non-Contract Field Inspection Audit
      • Inspection Report Audit 2013
      • SCR Audit 2014
intro wisconsin department of ag trade consumer protection1
Intro: Wisconsin Department of AgTrade & Consumer Protection

Current Surveillance Sampling Program for Manufactured Food Establishments

>Sampling at 2,400 establishments annually:

  • 2 product samples

and

  • 5-10 environmental swabs at each routine inspection
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Intro: Wisconsin Department of AgTrade & Consumer Protection
  • Standard 10 Full Conformance
    • ISO Certified since 2007
    • Sampling Policies and Procedures
    • Two Sample Collection Record Forms, Food and Dairy
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Challenges of Auditing our Sample Collection Record (SCR): Step 1 Results of Test drive of Appendix 4.7.
  • Findings:
    • 4.7 is more easily managed in table format
    • FDA Criteria:
      • Some not applicable or redundant for our reports
      • Very general: guidance specific to our SCRs required
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Audited against our Policy

Added guidance specific to our Sample Collection Record form

and procedures

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Customized 4.7 Form:

Added guidance specific to our Sample Collection Record form

and procedures

piloted new form and guidance by auditing 71 scr s from calendar 2012
Piloted new form and guidance by auditing 71 SCR’s from Calendar 2012
  • Results:
    • Opportunities for improvement: Use of hash marks and down arrows, form completeness
      • Redundant criteria:
    • SCR and sample always together
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Challenges of Auditing our Sample Collection Records (SCR): Problem detected but not an audit criterion: Use of Correct Form

Substituted alternate criteria: Use of correct form

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Challenges of Auditing our Sample Collection Records (SCR): For redundant criteria, combined and substitutedalternate criteria
sample selection included in sop for standard 4
Sample Selection (included in SOP for Standard 4)
  • 75 SCR’s chosen per calendar year from MF establishments for auditing:
    • at least 1 per sampler,
    • random with regard to date, establishment
sop for standard 4 cont
SOP for Standard 4 Cont.
  • Entering and tabulating results: Excel Spreadsheet
  • 1 for acceptable,
  • 0 for needs improvement
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SOP for Standard 4 Cont.
  • SCR Audit completed in March for previous calendar year
  • Needs Improvement Factors (<80%) become training topics at staff meetings
  • Other improvements can be made immediately upon discovery:
    • Already identified from SCR 2013 audit: “Foodborne Outbreak” reason for sampling on new Dairy SCR
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Adapting 4.7 to our Sample Collection Record
    • Meaningful results for quality improvement
  • Documents on AFDO-MFRPA website:
    • Lab SOP #2060-Receipt and Integrity of Samples
    • SCR Policy and Procedures
    • SCR Forms (Food and Dairy)
    • Our Audit Form 4.7 and Data Entry/Calculations Sheet
    • Description of sample selection and procedures for Standard 4 including Sample Collection Record Audits
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Contact Information

Skya Murphy

Program and Policy Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Email: [email protected]

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Contact Information

Patrick Kennelly, Chief

Food Safety Section

California Department of Public Health

Email: [email protected]

Russell Lilly

Manufactured Food Program Manager

Missouri Department of Health

Email: [email protected]

Skya Murphy

Program and Policy Analyst

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Email: [email protected]

Peter Haase, Director

Bureau of Food Safety and Inspection

Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection

Email: [email protected]

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