Fayette County Public Health conducted the following restaurant and food inspections, according to reports filed with the department.
Subway, 17 Fayette Center. Standard inspection. Violations: The person in charge was not trained in food safety or any of the food employees present, the person in charge must ensure that employees are properly trained in food safety. A food handler was observed handling money prior to donning gloves and fixing another customers order, food employees must clean their hands immediately before engaging in food preparation after handling soiled items and before donning gloves, management was notified as well as food handler. Several food containers and single use containers were found stored in the storage area uncovered and not inverted, dishes need to be covered or inverted to prevent contamination. The microwaves were found with an accumulation of food or soil residue, non food contact surfaces must be cleaned to sight and touch frequently. The hand wash sink in the main food preparation area was found without hot water, a hand wash sink must be equipped to provide water at a temperature of at least 100 degrees, management was notified and the facility is equipped with hot water at other sinks. The ceiling is leaking in the storage room area, the floor in the storage room has cracked or missing tiles, the storage shelf was found rusty as well as the table. Also the hot water machine was found broken, equipment must be designed and constructed to be viable and retain their characteristic qualities under normal use and maintained in good repair, non food contact surfaces must be easily cleanable, also the physical facilities must be maintained in good repair.
Fairfield Inn and Suites, Jeffersonville. Standard inspection. Violations: Certifications in food safety were unavailable, management stated that they are in the process of obtaining their certifications, category 3, establishments must have a level one and level two certificate. The Canadian bacon and turkey sausage were found without date markings and the food handler was unaware of the date marking procedure, all foods kept in a food establishment more than 24 hours must be date marked, refrigerated perishable foods must be discarded in seven days to minimize the growth of pathogens, the food employee property date marked these items. A bottle with chemical contact was found in kitchen area improperly labeled, working containers such as cleaners taken from original container must be clearly marked. Several food containers inside the kitchen area were found without labels, containers holding good that were removed from its original package within a food establishment must be labeled, the food handler applied labels to all food containers. The food employee was unaware of how to test their chemical sanitizer, concentration of the sanitizing solution must be accurately determined using a test kit, chemical solutions must be approximately 200 parts per million, the food handler was instructed on how to test the sanitizer. A few food containers were found stored improperly inside of the kitchen area, on the shelf, boxes were being stored above and next to clean dishes, these dishes/containers were also being stored on a non-cleanable surface, dishes need to be covered or inverted and stored to prevent contamination. The cabinets under the food stations in the dining area were found with an accumulation of food/soil residue, non-food contact surfaces must be cleaned to sight and touch more frequently. A few stained ceiling tiles were found inside of the kitchen area, stained ceiling tiles are indicators that a leak may be present, therefore the facility must be repaired, if the facility has already been repaired the tiles must be replaced, the physical facilities must be maintained in good repair.
Washington Band Boosters (old), Football field. Standard inspection. Violations: Operation satisfactory.
Washington Band Boosters (new), Football field. Standard inspection. Violations: Operations satisfactory.