Class 3 Food - Temperatures of deliveries - Record 4

All Class 3 food premises need to maintain minimum records for temperatures of deliveries log - this is referred to as Record 4

  • this must be recorded once a month for each supplier that supplies cold or hot potentially hazardous foods
  • all cold potentially hazardous food must be delivered under 5 degrees celsius
  • all hot potentially hazardous food must be delivered above 60 degrees celsius
  • all frozen potentially hazardous food must be delivered frozen hard
  • the temperature needs to be taken of a food product as it is delivered, prior to being placed in the fridge or pie warmer
  • if the delivery vehicle has electronic temperature monitoring this can be used to complete this record
  • if a delivery of potentially hazardous foods arrive and they are not within the required temperature corrective action needs to be taken and recorded, you have the right to refuse deliveries that are not under temperature control.

Page last updated: Monday, 24 June 2019