INSPECTION REPORT
Health Protection
243320

PREMISES NAME
Pho Phu Thinh Restaurant
Tel: (604) 468-8686
Fax: (604) 468-8611
PREMISES ADDRESS
360 - 1175 Johnson St
Coquitlam, BC V3B 7K1
INSPECTION DATE
May 29, 2018
TIME SPENT
1.25 hours
OPERATOR (Person in Charge)
Thuy Vu
NEXT INSPECTION DATE
November 29, 2018
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 = 0

Critical Hazards: There are no critical hazards.

Non-Critical Hazards: Total Number: 3
306 - Food premises not maintained in a sanitary condition [s. 17(1)]
Observation: 1) Ceiling tiles around exhaust fans showed an accumulation of dust. Ceiling tiles around cooking ventilation (exhaust hood showed an accumulation of grease. Grease attracts pests which can then contaminate food and food contact surfaces with disease causing organisms. Dust can contaminate food.
Date to be corrected by: June 5, 2018
*Correction: Clean affected ceiling panels and increase the frequency of cleaning ceiling panels.
2) Overhead wire shelves in kitchen were sticky and showed debris build-up. These shelves are meant to store clean utensils and as such, the shelves should be cleaned to prevent contamination.
Date to be corrected by: June 5, 2018
Correction: Clean overhead wire shelves and increase the frequency of cleaning them.
Corrective Action(s):
Violation Score:

307 - Equipment/utensils/food contact surfaces are not of suitable design/material [s. 16; s. 19]
Observation: Wood surfaces were observed throughout the kitchen. Raw wood may absorb moisture and create mould. Therefore, raw wood is not a durable, cleanable material.
Date to be corrected by: November 29, 2018
*Correction: Replace these surfaces with a cleanable, smooth and durable material. Otherwise, sand (to remove grease) and paint the wood with water-resistant paint.
Corrective Action(s):
Violation Score:

308 - Equipment/utensils/food contact surfaces are not in good working order [s. 16(b)]
Observation: 1) Under counter stainless steel cooler in kitchen has two broken doors that were held up by cans of food. Doors could fall off and compromise the temperature of the foods within the cooer ( for example: at night when no one is there to fix them)
Date to be corrected by: June 12, 2018
* Correction: Fix the cooler doors so that they can open and close properly and stay in place.
2) Observed a wire strainer with fraying metal sticking out. Broken utensils can cause physical contamination of foods if pieces fall in. Subsequently, a customer could be harmed.
Date to be corrected by: June 5, 2018
* Correction: Discard all broken pieces of equipment (e.g. chipped plates, broken lids) and replace.
Corrective Action(s):


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

Comments

General comments:
- General sanitation of facility was good.
- Cooler temperatures were 4C or less
4C top-lid cooler in bar area
1.4C under counter double cooler in bar area
4C under counter double cooler in kitchen area
4C cooler (prep) in kitchen area
3C upright glass cooler
- Freezers were -18C or less
-19C double upright freezer
-14C white single upright freezer
-20C top-lid cooler in bar area
-18C deepfreezer (chest)
- No hot-holding at time of inspection
- All sinks had liquid soap and paper towel
- No signs of pests observed
- Chemical dishwasher had 50ppm bleach chlorine
- QUATS sanitizer was @ 200ppm
- FOODSAFE certified staff were present
- Thermometers were present
- Permit was posted
- Foods were covered and stored off the ground
- Fumehood was clean
- Staff appeared hygienic
- Ice machine was clean.
Notes:
* All FOODSAFE Level 1 certificates issued in BC before July 29, 2013 will expire on July 29, 2018. (See www.foodsafe.ca/recertify.html)
Recommendation:
- To mix bleach solution for sanitizer: Use 30ml of 5% unscented bleach per 4.5 litres ( 1 gallon) of water to achieve 100ppm chlorine.