Emu Courtside

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100 Lloyd Olds
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Health Report - 02/20/2009 (2 critical incident(s))

(Critical) An employee is washing dishes using the following methodology: hot soapy water, rinse and then air dry. Corrected by discussing the process with that employee: hot soapy water, clear water rinse, sanitize (200 ppm quat), then air dry

(Critical) Provide the required air gaps for the two ice machine drain lines for the unit located on the 5th floor

Another employee indicated food contact surfaces (tongs, hot dog rollers, sheet trays, etc. ) are cleaned by wiping them down with the wiping cloth stored in the sanitizer solution. Corrected by discussing the ware washing process with the employee (hot soapy water, clear water rinse, sanitize (200 ppm quat), and finally air drying). When cleaning equipment that can't be taken to the three compartment sink or immersed in water (i. E. The hot dog roller machine) staff can utilize small buckets and/or spray bottles to be able to take the soap, rinse, and sanitizer water solutions to the item to be cleaned

Observed the freezer on the 5th floor to not be maintaining proper temperature due the coil being frozen. Luckily only pre-cooked pretzels are being stored in the unit at this time. Please defrost the unit and make any needed repairs to allow this unit to function as intended

Observed the metal stem food thermometer at the hot dog station to be reading 18-20f too high/hot. Corrected by re-calibrating

1) the ceiling is still soiled with food/beverage splatter near the hand washing sink and the two door beverage cooler as it was last inspection in september. Please clean these surfaces asap. 2) observed food debris build-up in the drain bowl serving the three compartment sink. Please clean this drain now and at least weekly in the future

Observed one of the pretzel machine light bulbs to not be of the shatter proof type. Please replace

Observed the stacks of hot dog to-go containers and the pretzel boats to be stored upright. Corrected by inverting