Richland County restaurant inspections: crucial violations

The next restaurant inspections with crucial violations had been performed by Richland Public Well being Feb. 1-2:

Wendy’s Previous Common Hamburgers, 653 N. Lexington Springmill Street, Mansfield, Feb. 1. Particular person in cost (PIC) not making certain correct cooling (crucial). PIC was unable to supply crucial data on temperatures and instances of cooling hamburger meat for chili. Cooling time begins at 135 levels. Meat shall be all the way down to 70 levels or much less in two hours. Then the product shall be 41 levels or much less in 4 extra hours. PIC must be acquainted with course of and have the ability to reply time and temperature questions when requested. Sending cooling chart to assist doc instances and temperatures. TCS meals not being chilly held on the correct temperature (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Reduce lettuce and salads ready right now in holding coolers at 45 to 59 levels. Holding coolers is not going to correctly cool salads and lettuce all the way down to 41 levels. All just-prepared salads and reduce lettuce had been moved to the walk-in cooler to be introduced all the way down to 41 levels earlier than inserting into holding coolers.

Wiener King/Sundown Quick Meals Inc., 118 Lexington Ave., Mansfield, Feb. 1. Staff should not knowledgeable in a verifiable method of their accountability to report details about their well being (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Worker current at time of inspection didn’t have worker sickness settlement. EHS supplied kind and worker learn and signed at time of inspection. TCS meals not being chilly held on the correct temperature (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Small cooler subsequent to ice machine had ambient temperature of 48 levels. PIC voluntarily discarded eight 2-ounce containers of marinara, eight 2-ounce containers of ranch, one 8-ounce bottle of ranch and 6 ounces of tzatziki sauce. PIC stopped use till unit may be serviced in order that it holds inner temperature of things in it at or under 41 levels. Refrigerated, ready-to-eat, TCS meals not correctly date marked (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Tzatziki sauce in cooler that was remodeled 24 hours in the past was not date marked. PIC voluntarily discarded. Improper storage of toxic or poisonous supplies (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Can of spray deicer noticed on counter subsequent to prep line. PIC moved to shelf under register the place not above or subsequent to meals or single-use objects. Working containers of toxic or poisonous supplies not correctly labeled (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Container of sanitizer was not labeled with contents. PIC labeled with frequent identify.

Denny’s No. 9605, 720 N. Lexington Springmill Street, Mansfield, Feb. 2. Quaternary ammonium sanitizing answer at incorrect temperature, focus, and/or water hardness (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). One sanitizer bucket at 100 ppm. PIC modified bucket to right energy.

Stunning Meals LLC, 1393 Lexington Ave., Mansfield, Feb. 2. Handwashing sink not accessible (crucial, repeat). Hand sink was coated with a chopping board. Hand sink shall be obtainable always.

Steve’s Dakota Grill, 3101 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Feb. 2. Gear food-contact surfaces or utensils are unclean (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Knife blades saved between expo cooler had seen residue. PIC had washed, rinsed and sanitized. Meals thermometers should not correct (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Thermometer on cook dinner line was not correct to inside two levels. PIC calibrated at time of inspection.

Empress Categorical, 1041 Park Avenue West, Mansfield, Feb. 2. Meals not correctly protected against contamination by separation, packaging and segregation (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). PIC positioned hen on the underside shelf contained in the cooler on the time of inspection. Meals not correctly protected against contamination by separation, packaging, and segregation (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Noticed a bag of uncooked hen on the shelf above a field of ready-to-eat meals contained in the walk-in cooler. PIC moved hen to the underside shelf contained in the cooler. Handbook wash answer not being maintained at 110 levels or above (crucial, corrected throughout inspection). Wash water within the three compartment sink at 98 levels on the time of inspection. PIC drained wash water.

For full inspection particulars, go to healthspace.com/Shoppers/Ohio/Richland/internet.nsf.

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