1702 PARK HILL DR
Inspected by: Lydia Hoffhines
Inspection Date: 06/28/2018
Violation of Code: [511-6-1.03(2)(a)-(l)(n)(o)] PIC unaware of required temperatures for reheating, hot-holding, cold-holding, and time/temperature parameters for cooling foods. No temperature record keeping is being practiced to monitor temperatures of hot/cold holding equipment or ensure that cooling/reheating practices meet requirements. PIC unable to demonstrate food safety training and education being provided to food prep staff according to their assigned duties. It is the responsibility of the PIC to demonstrate active managerial control by being able to correct food safety violations as they occur and use education tools such as "show-tell" and leading by exampling to retrain staff on proper food handling practices according to their assigned duties. Contact Hall Co. Environmental Health 770-531-3973 for information on scheduling a basic food safety class for food employees. New Violation.
5-2 Violation of Code: [511-6-1-.04(7)(e)] Consumer advisory on menu has disclosures for all cooked foods regardless of whether or not the menu item contains animal food that is offered undercooked. Reminder statement is insufficient and missing on two pages of the menu. If animal food is offered undercooked, the permit holder shall inform customers of the increased risk of consuming such foods by way of a disclosure and reminder. Example disclosures and reminders and guidance materials can be obtained at the Hall Co. Environmental Health office. New Violation.
11C Violation of Code: [511-6-1.04(6)(c)] Observed reduced oxygen packaged fish bearing labels that instruct food handler to remove fish from it's package prior to thawing stored at 34F in lowboy refrigerator. Fish with ROP packaging must be removed from its ROP environment prior to thawing. COS- Fish voluntarily discarded. Corrected On-Site. New Violation.
11D Violation of Code: [511-6-1.05(3)(g)] No food probe thermometers available to take internal food temperatures. Food temperature measuring devices must be provided that are capable of taking internal temperatures of cold-held foods and accurately measure the temperature in thin foods such as meat patties and fish filets. Owner ordered digital stem thermometers for staff during inspection. New Violation.
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