Health Report #108596

Establishment Name: Hilton Garden Inn Ann Arbor
Report Date: 06/10/2015
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Ready-to-Eat, Potentially Haza In house prepared ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food(s) cooler/s top Without date of consumption marking Observed a container of previously cooked and cut sausage in the top rail of the "low boy" cooler without last day of consumption marking. Cold held, ready to eat potentially hazardous food not consumed within 24 hours shall be properly date marked. Pic had indicated that the sausage was prepared on sunday. Corrected by marking the consume by date on this container as 6 days from this past sunday. Corrected.
Normal Drying Mops Wet mop(s) storage mop closet mop bucket Improperly dried Observed two wet mops stuffed on top of the mop bucket. When not in use, mops shall be hung up to allow for proper drying. Corrected by hanging mops on the wall in the mop sink area on the provided clamps to hold the mops. Corrected
Normal Effectiveness Hair restraint N/A Not worn on head/hair Observed the chef to not be wearing hair restraint while preparing food. When preparing food, proper hair restraint (hair net or hat shall be worn). Corrected by chef putting on hat. Corrected
Normal Equipment, Utensils, Linens, a Clean equipment/utensil(s) ice machine bucket Not stored in self-draining position Observed the bulk ice bucket to not be stored inverted on top of the ice machine. The bulk ice bucket shall be stored in a self draining position to preclude the growth of bacteria and prevent other contamination. Corrected by running bucket through dishwashing machine and then storing on top of ice machine in a self draining position. Corrected
Normal Wiping Cloths, Use Limitation Wiping cloth(s) prep area wiping cloth solution Stored in Less than 100-200 ppm quaternary ammonia Observed the sanitizing wiping cloth solution in the kitchen by the main prep area to be weak. Wiping cloth solution (quat) shall maintain ~150 ppm quat to preclude the growth of bacteria on the wiping cloths. Corrected by emptying wiping cloth bucket and refilling with fresh solution tested at 150 ppm quat. Corrected