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Subject 40-2-14 RECORDS AND REPORTS

Rule 40-2-14-.01 Records and Reports to be Kept by Plants

(1) All pasteurizer and CIP (clean-in place) charts shall be kept on file for a minimum of 90 days and shall comply with all requirements of the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance and supplements*.
(2) All employee medical certificates of current employees shall be kept on file and be accessible to inspection by the Georgia Department of Agriculture sanitarians.

*A copy of the PMO, The Code of Federal Regulations and recent supplements for each are available for public inspection at the Dairy Division office or may be purchased at the following address:

Superintendent of Documents

U.S. Government Printing Office

Washington, D.C. 20402