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Examination preparation

In accordance with the goal and objectives, the controlling persons should prepare for the examination, having studied the necessary sanitary rules and norms, hygienic standards, guidelines, etc.

When examining the EPP, it is necessary to be guided by SP 2.3.6.1079-01 “Sanitary and epidemiological requirements for public catering organizations, the manufacture and turnover of food products and food raw materials in them”, as well as methodological recommendations for the nutrition of the population of the group served by the surveyed enterprise.

If necessary, study the regulated norms of appropriate rational nutrition (for adults, children, etc.), medical and therapeutic and preventive nutrition.

Sanitary and epidemiological examination of public catering enterprises should always be carried out with the knowledge and in the presence of the administration of this facility.

When examining the canteens of industrial enterprises, various institutions and organizations, it is desirable to involve representatives of the administration, public organizations, which can provide some assistance in eliminating the identified shortcomings.

EPP Survey Scheme:

• sanitary and epidemiological inspection of the territory, transportation, reception and storage of food products;

• study of the hygiene regime in industrial, commercial and domestic premises;

• verification of the correctness of medical records, personal hygiene, sanitary literacy of personnel, working conditions and safety precautions;

• hygienic assessment of nutrition of the served population;

writing a survey report based on the survey results.
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Examination preparation

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