|Inspection date:||May 21, 2019|
|Number of critical violations:||2|
|Number of non-critical violations:||0|
This facility was given a moderate hazard rating.
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A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.
|205||Critical Repeat Cold potentially hazardous food stored/displayed above 4 °C. [s. 14(2)]|
Observation: Parts of the downstairs 2-door dairy fridge were maintaining ambient temperatures of 2.4°C, 3°C, 4.4°C and 6.9°C at time of follow-up. Raw chicken probed at 7.1°C at time of follow-up.Refrigeration Temperatures are Slightly elevated (greater than 4°C) (Public Health Significance) Refrigeration temperatures for perishable foods must be less than 4°C to prevent the growth of disease causing bacteria and toxin production.
Corrective Action: Move potentially hazardous foods to working refrigeration units immediately--or discard the potentially hazardous foods in the defective cooler and have the unit serviced. Monitor and log temperatures regularly, adjust and have repaired as necessary to provide a temperature of 4° at all times.
|302||Critical Repeat Equipment/utensils/food contact surfaces not properly washed and sanitized [s. 17(2)]|
Observation: Glasswasher reached a final rinse temperature of 56.7C and 58.4C. Inadequate sanitizing rinse temperature. Rinse cycle temperature is less than 71C. (Public Health significance) - High Temperature Automatic dish washers must provide a sanitizing rinse at 71C or more to sanitize dishware. Guage temperatures must meet maunfacturer's specifications.
Corrective Action: Immediately initiate hand sanitizing providing a 200 ppm soak for 2 minutes for all dish ware. Have the dishwasher repaired by a qualified technician and monitor and log the rinse temperature regularly so you know when the unit needs adjustment or repair.