Bundling your sanitation labor and chemicals Do You Know What You’re Really Getting?
Running a sanitation program is no easy task with today’s tight labor market, rising costs and increased government regulations.
When a company comes along and says they can provide both the labor and sanitation chemicals to clean your plant all bundled together with one easy payment, it seems too good to be true. Unfortunately, it usually is.
Outsourcing your sanitation to a contract company seems to transfer responsibility to a third party, but it also leaves many unanswered questions. How do you really know…
- If the promised number of contract laborers shows up each night?
- If your contracted sanitation crew has been properly trained in food safety?
- Are the chemicals being used correctly, in the right consistency?
- Are you getting what you paid for?
In this exclusive report from the food safety experts at Birko, we examine the pros and cons of using contract sanitation, including the pitfalls of bundling labor and chemicals into one bill. You’ll discover:
- What’s happened to other processors who’ve bundled
- The marketing tactics used to hide true costs
- The direct and indirect costs of a recall
- An integrated model for using contract labor
- Actionable food safety solutions with or without contract labor
Download this report today to learn the risks of combining your sanitation labor and chemicals and the rewards that come with unbundling.