Keeping an everyday check of temperature in refrigerators, freezers, and containers is a good idea if your goal is to make sure all products - especially temperature-sensitive products - are stored correctly. A daily temperature log sheet helps track any temperature changes that may happen throughout the day. The log is used to record heat measurements in all storages within a facility - including its dry pantries, refrigerators, and freezers - and following the correct storing temperature means sticking to the required quality control measures.
The printable refrigerator temperature log sheet available below also doubles as a freezer temperature log. It is an important piece of paperwork used in the food, healthcare, and logistics industry, helping to ensure that the products are stored and transported properly by verifying that the temperature is checked regularly. Employees responsible for handling temperature-sensitive products are tasked with performing regular temperature checks during transportation and storage. These checks are then recorded on the form. Every entry on the log must include the name of the employee and the time they take the measurements. Keep a separate log for each refrigerator within the facility.