INSPECTION REPORT
Health Protection
LQUN-AS7PGC

PREMISES NAME
De Dutch Pannekoek House (Port Coquitlam)
Tel: (604) 944-3802
Fax:
PREMISES ADDRESS
200 - 2748 Lougheed Hwy
Coquitlam, BC V3B 6P2
INSPECTION DATE
October 16, 2017
TIME SPENT
1 hour
OPERATOR (Person in Charge)
NEXT INSPECTION DATE
5 Months
INSPECTION TYPE
Routine
ACTION TAKENFOOD SAFETY & SANITATION
ADMINISTRATIVE
Information Provided
ENFORCEMENT
Require Corrections


Comply

In Use

Food Safety Training [s. 10]

Yes


Food Safety Plan [s. 23]

Yes

Yes

Sanitation Plan [s. 24]

Yes

Yes
HAZARD RATING FOR YOUR FACILITY: Low (≤15) Total Score = 6

Critical Hazards: There are no critical hazards.

Non-Critical Hazards: Total Number: 2
209 - Food not protected from contamination [s. 12(a)]
Observation:
1) Found package of corn, cranberries, and frozen processed meats being stored on top of and in a leaking bag of soup. This is incorrect and cross contamination of food items are occurring.
2) The ice cream scoop is being stored on top of the freezer. This is incorrect as the scoop will become contaminated, as it is touching the dirty freezer top and/or debris will fall no the scoop. This is a repeated violation as it has been mentioned in the last inspection report.
Corrective Action(s):
1) Immediately throw away the foods except the frozen, bagged processed meats as the other foods are contaminated. Follow proper storage and thawing procedures for foods to prevent cross contamination. Staff discarded food during the inspection.
2) Immediately wash and sanitize the ice cream scoop and store it in a clean container in the freezer (with the handle point up) when not in use. Or wash and sanitize the ice cream scoop after each use, and then store the clean scoop in a clean container/insert in the freezer or on the counter top.
**Correction date: Today**
Violation Score: 3

306 - Food premises not maintained in a sanitary condition [s. 17(1)]
Observation (CORRECTED DURING INSPECTION):
Found all cloth towels (cook and waitress areas) being stored on the counter tops. Cloths allow bacteria to grow on them as they sit on the counter at room temperature and with food debris on them. This causes staff to spread more bacteria around, versus cleaning/removing them.
Corrective Action(s):
All cloth towels must be stored in a bucket of sanitizer when not in use. The sanitizer will kill any bacteria and prevent the spread of them when the cloths are used. The sanitizer solution shall be changed every 2 hours with new solution. Staff placed cloths in sanitizer buckets during inspection.
Violation Score: 3


Follow Up to "Critical" Violations Noted on Previous Inspections (if applicable)
Code 205 noted on Routine inspection # 222236 of Mar-11-2015
Cold potentially hazardous food stored/displayed above 4 °C. [s. 14(2)] (A large amount of cremos that state "keep refrigerated" were found out at room temperature. No ice present under or inside metal container. Cremos were 21C. Product was discarded voluntarily. Store product at or < 4C or only enough that can be used in 2 hours or less.)

Comments

A routine inspection was conducted, the following observations were made:
- Coolers 4C; freezer -22C; hot holding 60C; and thermometers present.
- Hand sinks stocked with liquid soap, paper towels, and running hot and cold water.
- Low temperature dishwasher rinse cycle had [Cl2] of 100ppm.
- Quats sanitizer in spray bottles were 200ppm.
- Food generally stored properly, except for the mentioned items. Foods stored in food grade containers; covered; labeled; date coded; in groups; and 6" off the floor.
- No expired foods in use. FIFO rules being followed.
- FoodSafe certified staff present.
- General sanitation level is good. The exhaust canopy system has a sticker indicating the next cleaning is due in November 2017. Ensure to schedule a professional company to complete the cleaning next month.
- No signs of pests.
- Foodhandlers wash hands correctly and frequently.
- About 4-5 plates of creamers were set-up for service to customers on the counter top, the remainder are stored in a working cooler.

TRANS FAT REGULATION ENFORCEMENT REFERENCE
Health Protection
Report #: LQUN-AS7PGC
COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR FOOD PREPARED, SERVED OR OFFERED FOR SALE LOCATED ON THE PREMISES OF A BC FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT:
Compliance
Date to be corrected by
1.
Documentation for food is kept on site and provided to the EHO upon request.
Yes
2.
All soft spreadable margarine and oil meets the restriction of 2% trans fat or less of total fat content.
Yes
3.
All other food meets the restriction of 5% trans fat or less of total fat content.
Yes
Time Spent: 0.17 hour
Specific comments: All in order.
Food exempt from the regulation includes:
  • Pre-packaged food with a Nutrition Facts table sold directly to the consumer without alteration
  • Food with the sole source(s) as naturally occurring trans fat (i.e. beef, sheep, lamb, bison and dairy products)
  • Employee lunches not purchased from the food service establishment