How to fill the the SFBB Daily Diary | ESL James Morris

Ensuring Compliance:

BY James Morris SFBB Training UK

How to fill the SFBB Pack Daily Diary for Food Businesses in the UK

In today’s video, we’re shedding light on a crucial aspect of running a food business in the UK – the proper completion of the SFBB (Safer Food, Better Business) Daily Diary. Did you know that failing to maintain up-to-date records and adhere to food safety practices can lead to severe consequences, including up to two years in prison, an unlimited fine, and the closure of your food establishment?

Join us as we guide you through the process of filling in the SFBB Daily Diary using the standard blank sheet and showcase the ease and efficiency of the ESL (English as a Second Language) sheet, subject to copyright.

The Step-by-Step Process, How to Fill the SFBB Pack daily Diary.

Opening Checks (before you start work)

  • Enter the date.
  • Write your name.
  • Complete and tick opening checks.
  • Record morning fridge temperatures. (Remember, do not sign the day sheet before the end of the day!)

END Of The Day (Closing Checks)

  • Tick closing checks at the end of the day.
  • Document all food cooked above 75°C.
  • Thoroughly check and record all deliveries for temperature, damage, in-date status, and pest activity.
  • Ensure all closing temperatures are recorded in the records book.
  • Write down any issues encountered, or if none, state “no issues.”
  • Sign your name.


The standard daily diary sheet, while essential, can be time-consuming and mundane, potentially impacting your food hygiene ratings if not completed accurately. However, we’re excited to introduce the ESL Daily Diary Sheet, designed to simplify the process and save you valuable time. Taking just about 60 seconds of your day, this sheet offers added reassurance that all events have been successfully and comprehensively recorded.

The ESL Daily Diary Advantage:

  • Simplicity: A user-friendly design makes it straightforward to complete.
  • Efficiency: Save time without compromising on the completeness of your documentation.
  • Compliance: Rest easy, knowing that you’re meeting all the necessary requirements for food safety standards.

In conclusion, adopting the ESL Daily Diary is more than just a time-saving measure – it’s a practical solution to maintaining good food documentation compliance. Ensure your business stays on the right side of the law and maintains the highest standards of food safety. Watch our tutorial to see just how effortless it can be!

🔒 Don’t risk the penalties; stay compliant, stay safe, and let the ESL Daily Diary simplify your record-keeping process! 👩‍🍳📝 #FoodSafety #SFBB #ComplianceMatters

James Morris’s innovative approach comprises three key ingredients:

Understanding of Cultural Differences:

Recognizing that language barriers often stem from cultural differences, James tailors his training to bridge this gap effectively.

Active Learning:

James emphasizes active learning within food businesses, making the training engaging and practical, ensuring staff grasp and retain crucial safety information.

Interactive Food Safety Posters:

James has revolutionized food safety training by placing interactive posters around kitchens and restaurant areas. These posters offer easy access to vital information for staff, customers, and environmental officers.

This approach has made a significant impact, aiding over 100 businesses, including Red Relish Armthorpe, in overcoming language barriers in food safety training. For more information about James Morris and SFBB Training UK, please follow this link

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