Harrison County Health Department

Bethany, Missouri

The following inspections were conducted during the month of December 2014:


China King (Bethany) - Follow-up inspection conducted on 12-01-14.

Critical

All critical violations found during the routine inspection have been corrected.

Non-critical

Tools stored with utensils. Corrected during inspection. Employee separated and rewashed utensils.


Subway (Eagleville) – Routine inspection conducted on 12-05-14

Critical

None

Non-critical

Five violations including sanitizer in spray bottle weak (corrected), large amount of bagged trash on floor of kitchen (corrected), ware washing sink dirty (corrected), missing thermometers, walls and floors in need of cleaning.


Firehouse 54 Pizza (Eagleville) – Routine inspection conducted on 12-05-14

Critical

None

Non-critical

One non-critical violation, wood shelves are chipping and showing wear.


The Café (Cainsville) – Follow-up inspection conducted on 12-08-14.

Critical

All critical violations found during the routine inspection have been corrected.

Non-critical

All non-critical violations found during the routine inspection have been corrected.


Harrison County Multi-Purpose Center (Senior Center) – Routine inspection conducted on 12-08-14.

Critical

(1) Employees are not washing hands between tasks, but are wearing the same gloves while going from one task to another. Employees shall wash hands and exposed portions of their arms before engaging in food preparation, between tasks, after touching self or others, prior to donning gloves, after using the restroom, after handling soiled equipment or utensils, after engaging in activities that contaminate hands.

(2) The following food contact surfaces are in need of cleaning: can opener, inside of ice machine (empty before cleaning), slicer, underside of mixer, bottom of two-door McCall cooler, shelves of walk-in cooler, inside of ovens. Food contact surfaces and equipment shall be washed, rinsed, and sanitized as often as necessary to keep them clean.

Non-critical

 Thirteen violations including food and/or food-related items not stored at least six inches off of floor, meat thawing in sink not under running water, unshielded light bulbs, dishes wet-nesting, non-food contact surfaces in need of cleaning, non-food contact surfaces in need of repair to be smooth and easily cleanable, walls and floors in need of cleaning, facility maintenance and repair issues.


Harrison County Multi-Purpose Center (Senior Center) – Follow-up inspection conducted on 12-30-14.

Critical

(1) Employees are not washing hands between tasks, but are wearing gloves while going from one task to another. Employee rinsed hands at ware washing sink instead of using soap and hand sink. Employees shall wash hands and exposed portions of their arms before engaging in food preparation, between tasks, after touching self or others, prior to donning gloves, after using the restroom, after handling soiled equipment or utensils, after engaging in activities that contaminate hands.

Non-critical

Five violations including improper glove use, dishes wet-nesting, non-food contact surfaces in need of repair to be smooth and easily cleanable, vent hood in need of cleaning, insufficient air gap at walk-in freezer.


McDonald’s (Bethany) – Routine inspection conducted on 12-09-14

Critical

All three microwaves contain food residue and spillage. Food contact surfaces shall be washed, rinsed, sanitized as often as necessary to keep them clean. Violation was corrected during inspection.

Non-critical

Five violations including non-food contact surfaces in need of cleaning, ice scoop stored on ice (corrected), floors throughout in need of cleaning, wiping cloths not stored in sanitizing solution between uses, thermometers missing from cooling units (corrected).


Dairy Queen (Bethany) – Follow-up inspection conducted on 12-16-14

Critical

All critical violations found during the routine inspection have been corrected.

Non-critical

Six violations including floor of walk-in freezer in need of cleaning, non-food contact surfaces no longer smooth and easily cleanable, broken floor tiles, clutter and disorganization, faucet broken on one hand sink, mops stored improperly.

 

Harrison County Food Pantry (Bethany)– Routine inspection conducted on 12-30-14.

Critical

Eggs stored over milk and creamer. Raw protein food shall be stored below ready-to-eat food to prevent cross-contamination. Violation was corrected during inspection.

Non-critical

Produce stored on the floor. Food and food-related products shall be stored a minimum of six inches off of floor to protect from contamination. Note: The produce was delivered just prior to inspection and there had not been adequate time to put away.