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Our Place 1421 ATHENS ST STE B
Inspected by: Laurie Wentworth
Inspection Date: 05/31/2012
No paper towels available at restroom handsink or at handsink in kitchen. For frequent and required handwashing, some sort of drying procedure/implements must be in place - individual disposable towels, a heated-air hand drying device or continuous towel system that supplies the user with a clean towel - is needed. New Violation.
Offering eggs and hamburgers cooked to order without consumer advisory posted. Must post advisory and mark items on menu that may be offered raw or undercooked. New Violation.
One door reach-in cooler with condensate leaking into bottom. This water is nonpotable and should not be allowed to contact food. Try leveling unit to help drain better. New Violation.
Accumulation of grease under cook line equipment. Clean frequently to prevent accumulation of grease that can be an attraction for insects/rodents. New Violation.
The effective date of the new Food Service Rules and Regulations is February 15, 2006. Establishments permitted after February 15, 2006 will have 90 days to obtain certification for a food service manager. Enforcement of all other requirements begins on November 15, 2006.
The new Rules can be found at http://health.state.ga.us/programs/envservices/index.asp
The following certifications will be approved.
- ServSafe - 1-800-765-2122 website
- National Certified Professional Food Manager website
- The National Registry of Food Safety Professionals - 1-800-446-0257 website
- Certified Food Protection Professional - 1-800-323-1908 website
The Hall County Environmental Health Department offers ServSafe classes. Please call for more information and to register at (770) 531-3973.
If you have any questions, please call the Hall County Environmental Health Department at (770) 531-3973.