How will Risk Based Inspections change the inspection process in my facility?
Conducting a risk-based inspection requires an inspector to focus on evaluating the degree of active control that an operator has over risk factors. In order to properly assess active managerial control, the inspector will need to spend the majority of their time observing the practices and procedures that are likely to lead to out-of-control risk factors and asking food workers questions to assess a process.

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1. How will Risk Based Inspections change the inspection process in my facility?
2. What can I do as a food establishment to ensure I’m in compliance with the risk factors?