INSPECTION REPORT
Health Protection
AHEN-AARRMT

PREMISES NAME
Pacific Community Church
Tel: (604) 574-4001
Fax:
PREMISES ADDRESS
5337 180th St
Surrey, BC V3S 4K5
INSPECTION DATE
June 9, 2016
TIME SPENT
1.5 hours
OPERATOR (Person in Charge)
Gloria Fraser
NEXT INSPECTION DATE
6 Months
INSPECTION TYPE
Routine
ACTION TAKENFOOD SAFETY & SANITATION
ADMINISTRATIVE
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 = 4

Critical Hazards: There are no critical hazards.

Non-Critical Hazards: Total Number: 2
310 - Single use containers & utensils are used more than once [s. 20]
Observation: Ice cream buckets and a few other single-use containers were being reused to store food in a freezer in the second room. It was discussed that these single-use containers cannot be reused as they have not been intended and tested to be placed through the dishwasher repeatedly.
Corrective Action(s): Ensure single-use containers are not reused and that all food is stored in durable food grade containers that are designed for reuse; correct immediately.
Violation Score: 3

315 - Refrigeration units and hot holding equipment lack accurate thermometers [s. 19(2)]
Observation: The cooler in the front area and the newly purchased chest freezer in the second room were not equipped with thermometers.
Corrective Action(s): Ensure that the above noted cooler and freezer are equipped with accurate thermometers so that their temperatures can be monitored at least on a daily basis. Correct within 1 week.
Violation Score: 1


Follow Up to "Critical" Violations Noted on Previous Inspections (if applicable): No corrections entered

Comments

Hygiene/Administrative:
Liquid soap, hot and cold running water, and paper towels were available at the four handsinks.
A person with a FOODSAFE certificate was available on-site.

Temperature Controls:
The cooler in the kitchen, walk-in-cooler, and the cooler in the front area were 4 degrees C (40 degrees F) or colder.
The stand-up two door freezer in the kitchen and the four freezers in the second room were -18 degrees C (0 degrees F) or colder.
No cooking and hot-holding was occurring at the time of inspection.
A probe thermometer was available and the person in charge knew mentioned that he ensures that soups and chili's are cooked to 165 degrees F internally using a sanitized thermometer.
Note: The coolers and freezer in the kitchen area are the only ones that have shelving available for vendors. The freezers in the second room are used exclusively by the Pacific Community Church.
Temperature logs for the walk-in-cooler, the cooler inside the kitchen, and the freezer inside the kitchen were being maintained. Please ensure that temperature logs for all of freezers (including the freezers in the second room) are maintained in the future.

Sanitation:
100-200 ppm chlorine sanitizer was available in the spray bottle.
200 ppm QUATS sanitizer was available from the dispenser.
Dishwasher final rinse was 71 degrees C or hotter internally at the plate.
Clean dishes were organized on clean shelves near the dishwashing area.
Note: Extra dishes in the other storage room are washed through the dishwasher prior to use.

Food Storage:
Food was covered and stored off the floor in refrigeration storage and dry storage areas.
8 locked cabinets were available for vendors storing their dried foods. It was mentioned that the Pacific Community Church is looking into obtaining additional locked cabinets for dry storage in the future.
Food contact surfaces and equipment (the soup warmer, hot-holding units, etc.) was maintained in a sanitary condition.

TRANS FAT REGULATION ENFORCEMENT REFERENCE
Health Protection
Report #: AHEN-AARRMT
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: 0.25 hour
Specific comments: Audited foods included: Canola oil, Crisco vegetable oil, Famous chocolate chip cookies (1.5% industrial trans fat), Rice krispies, and Golden baked snacks.
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