North Chalkville Road Waffle House scores 68 on county health inspection
From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
Remarks in the county inspection report showed a number of areas in which the Waffle House restaurant was cited.
According to records for the North Chalkville Road Waffle House, here are the issues cited:
- Waffle House was instructed that employees should be provided with an employee health policy that states what actions are necessary when an employee has a specific symptom or diagnosis related to diseases that are transmissible through food. Communication of the policy to employees must be verifiable.
- Waffle House was instructed to provide food safety training for all food handlers as required; and, provide food safety training for new employees within 21 days of hire.
- Waffle House was instructed the restaurant must discard RTE/TCS foods that have exceeded seven days or for which the date of preparation cannot be determined
- Waffle House was instructed to provide backflow prevention device at all faucets where a hose is used.
- Waffle House was instructed to provide water at a temperature of at least 100 F through a mixing valve or combination faucet at handwashing sinks. Water temperature at the handsink in the single functional restroom was measured at a maximum of 67 F.
The Tribune contacted Waffle House for comment, but none was provided by publication time.