Health Report #109252

Establishment Name: D.J.'S Pizza
Report Date: 08/04/2009
Violation Type Violation Category Violation Items Violation Locations Violation Problems Violation Comments
Critical Clean Sight/Touch-No Accum/Enc Food-contact surface(s) N/A Soiled Observed the following food contact surfaces to be unclean: 1) the spindle, and cover of the electric food processor, 2) the dough mixer attachment for the food processor, 3) the can opener blade, and 4) two to three metal food pans (1/3 size). These items were sent to the dish washing sink to soak prior to cleaning.
Critical Storage, Separation Poisonous/toxic material(s) N/A Stored over/with Food Many chemicals were stored on a tray located a shelf above foods/spices/clean equipment. Corrected by moving the chemicals off of the shelf away from food
Normal Ambient Temp. Measuring Device Air/water thermometer(s) N/A Not accurate Observed the thermometer in the bottom of the pizza prep cooler to be damaged. Corrected by installing a replacement one
Normal Clean Sight/Touch-No Accum/Enc Non-food contact surface(s) N/A Soiled Observed the following items to be in need of cleaning now and more frequently in the future: 1) the exhaust hood filters for the pizza oven, 2) the back area shelves above the three compartment sink, 3) the door gaskets on the prep coolers
Normal Outer Openings, Protected Outer opening(s) Door(s) front door Not provided with Screening that is sixteen mesh to the inch or greater Observed the front door propped open with out a screen door. Please either provide a screen door or keep the front door closed to keep out pests
Normal Repairing Physical facilities N/A In poor repair The bottom of the bathroom base cabinet and most of the wooden baseboard in the bathroom to still be rotting due to water leaks from the sink plumbing. All damaged wood needs to be eliminated and replaced with man-made materials that don't absorb moisture.
Normal Cooling, Heating, and Holding Equipment cold holding N/A Inadequate Observed the bottom section only of the three door pizza prep cooler to be operating at a slightly elevated temperature. The owner indicated this cooler has had the compressor replaced since the last inspection. The temperature dial was at a setting of 5 on a scale of 9. The dial was moved to a setting of 6. Ensure the bottom of this unit maintains 41f and below