THE PALACE - 3 LIL PIG'S BBQ
1705 CLEVELAND HWY
Inspected by: Evan Biles
Inspection Date: 07/20/2017
Violation of Code: [511-6-1.03(2)(m)] PIC could not furnish any record that employees had been informed of their responsibility to report information about their health as they relate to diseases transmissible through food to the PIC and health authority. Information has to be on file in a verifiable way such as a signed document.
COS: Reporting illness and symptoms form (K-30) supplied to PIC for establishment to adopt when training employees on foodborne illnesses and transmission. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
3-1C Violation of Code: [511-6-1.04(1)] Canned tomatoes and diced onions on rack in kitchen found bearing a best by date of February 2013. If a non TCS food exceeds the expiration date, in this case by over 4 years, there is a potential for mold growth. All expired food products must be thrown out. New Violation.
14C Violation of Code: [511-6-1.05(10)(g)(1)&(3)] Open tray holding unwrapped plastic forks, knives, and spoons not approved for use because of the potential for consumers to contaminate food-lip contact surface when retrieving the utensil. Must replace with an approved dispenser such as a jar that stores all food-lip contact surfaces downward. New Violation.
15B Violation of Code: [511-6-1.05(3)(h),(i)] Bleach being used as sanitizer on site however no chlorine test strips available. A test kit must be available to determine the concentration of sanitizers used in a food service establishment. New Violation.
17A Violation of Code: [511-6-1.06(5)(h)] All trash cans in women's restroom without lids. Restrooms used by females must have at least one covered trashcan for female hygiene products and sanitary napkins. New Violation.
18 Violation of Code: [511-6-1.07(2)(m)] Gaps big enough for entry of insects and rodents present between doors at two entrances to establishment. Main entrance and emergency exit beside restaurant space must have solid and tight fitting doors to keep bugs and rats out. New Violation.
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