Form 363 "Daily Freezer/Refrigerator Temperature Log" - New Jersey

What Is Form 363?

This is a legal form that was released by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture - a government authority operating within New Jersey. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on December 1, 2016;
  • The latest edition provided by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

Download a fillable version of Form 363 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture.

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Form #363
Revised 12/16
Daily Freezer/ Refrigerator
Temperature Log
Instructions: This log will be maintained for each refrigerator and freezer (both walk-in and reach-in units) in
the facility. A designated food service employee will record the time, air temperature and their initials. The
food service supervisor for each facility will verify that food service employees have taken the required
temperatures by visually monitoring food service employees and reviewing, initialing, and dating a sample of
logs each month. Maintain this log for a minimum of three years and until given permission to discard it. If
corrective action is required on any day, circle the date in the first column and explain the action taken on the
back of the chart or on an attached sheet of paper. Refrigerators should be between 36
F and 41
F. Freezers
should be between -10
F and 0
F.
Month/Year: ______________________
Location/Unit Description: ___________________________________________
School: ____________________________________________________________
Food
Time
Food
Time
Date
Temp.
Temperature
Service
Temp.
Temperature
Service
Worker’s
Taken
Worker’s
Taken
Initials
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Supervisory Employee’s Initials and Date: __________________________________________
Form #363
Revised 12/16
Daily Freezer/ Refrigerator
Temperature Log
Instructions: This log will be maintained for each refrigerator and freezer (both walk-in and reach-in units) in
the facility. A designated food service employee will record the time, air temperature and their initials. The
food service supervisor for each facility will verify that food service employees have taken the required
temperatures by visually monitoring food service employees and reviewing, initialing, and dating a sample of
logs each month. Maintain this log for a minimum of three years and until given permission to discard it. If
corrective action is required on any day, circle the date in the first column and explain the action taken on the
back of the chart or on an attached sheet of paper. Refrigerators should be between 36
F and 41
F. Freezers
should be between -10
F and 0
F.
Month/Year: ______________________
Location/Unit Description: ___________________________________________
School: ____________________________________________________________
Food
Time
Food
Time
Date
Temp.
Temperature
Service
Temp.
Temperature
Service
Worker’s
Taken
Worker’s
Taken
Initials
Initials
1
2
3
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Supervisory Employee’s Initials and Date: __________________________________________