Miami County health inspections

Information provided by Miami County Public Health.

March 24

• Dollar General Store #7976, 965 S. Miami St., West Milton: Standard Inspection.

Non-food contact surfaces of equipment are unclean. Observed dirty shelving in the reach-in coolers, specifically where the eggs are stored. Please ensure these areas are clean to prevent contamination.

RFE does not comply with Level One Certification requirements.

Comments: At the time of inspection, documentation proving level 1 Person-In-Charge Food Safety Training could not be provided. If not already completed, ServSafe, or any ODH registered training will suffice.

• Troy Junior High School, 556 N. Adams St., Troy: Standard/Critical Control Point Inspection.

No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

Comments: At time of inspection, dust was starting to build up on the ceiling of the walk in cooler by the fans. Ensure cleaning is being done to avoid blowing dust around onto food, food contact surfaces, and/or non-food contact surfaces.

Observed ceiling tiles to be acoustic tiles. Ceiling tiles should be smooth and easily cleanable. Recommend replacement of tiles so they can be maintained and are smooth and easily cleanable.

• Taco Bell #23736, 1420 W. Main St., Troy: Standard/Critical Control Point Inspection.

No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

Comments: Facility was observed clean at time of inspection.

• Burger King Troy, 1829 W. Main St., Troy: Standard/Critical Control Point Inspection.

At time of inspection, the dish washer door would not stay closed properly. The door required to be held shut while in use to prevent water from leaking. Ensure equipment is repaired to be intact, tight, and properly adjusted.

Water treatment device or backflow preventer not inspected/serviced with documentation as required. According to the tag on the backflow preventer, it was last serviced in 2019.

Repeat: Facility not maintained clean. Observed a build up of grease on the walls and floor in the fryer area.

Comments: Ensure backflow prevention devices are certified each year.

At time of inspection, the fryer area was observed with a build up of grease. Ensure the facility is cleaned at a frequency to prevent build up from occuring.

March 25

• Pizza Hut #169, 1631 Covington Ave., Piqua: Follow-Up Inspection.

Repeat: No written procedures for responding to vomiting or diarrheal events. Attached example proceedure to report email.

Repeat: At time of inspection, observed racks throughout the facility to have grease buildup. Person in charge (PIC) stated that racks are being replaced as they are delivered to the store. Clean racks that are not going to be replaced soon.

Repeat: At time of inspection, backflow device was observed to not be certified. Ensure backflow device is certified and the tag is marked with the certification date.

Repeat: At time of inspection, facility floors, walls, and ceilings observed to be greasy and in need of cleaning throughout, especially in hard-to-reach locations behind and under equipment. Clean floors, walls, and ceilings.

• Pattys Market, 106 E. Main St., Bradford: Complaint Inspection.

No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

Comments: Inspection conducted due to complain call received 03-10-22.

Discussed the process for returned foods with employees, and both stated that returned food is to be discarded. No meat prep was occurring at time of inspection to check for repackaging of meats.

Observed the following while on-site:

• Mac’n’cheese (frozen) thawing at room temperature for 3+ hours. After informing PIC, the mac’n’cheese was voluntarily discarded.

• Raw fish thawing at room temperature. After talking with the a deli employee, it was determined that the fish was thawing overnight at room temperature. After informing employee, the fish was voluntarily discarded.

• Observed employee eating a doughnut in the food prep area and setting it down on a cutting board. After informing employee, the doughnut was moved to a designated employee area.

• Handsink in deli clogged and not draining. This is an ongoing issue and has not been addressed as of 10 a.m. 03-11-22.

• Cut potatoes being washed in the 3-bay sink. Informed employee that potatoes cannot be washed in the 3-bay sink, and should be washed in the prep sink instead.

• New chest freezer, pizza prep cooler, and pizza hot holding case installed in deli area (not in use yet) and have not received without informing Miami County Public Health.

A future consultation will be scheduled to discuss food safety training and the items that need to be completed as a result of the change in ownership since a plan of action has not been submitted.

• Tropical Smoothie Cafe, 2309 W. Main St., Troy: Standard Inspection.

No violations were documented at the time of inspection.

Comments: At time of inspection, the facility was observed clean and orderly.

Person in charge was very knowledgeable of food safety.

No violations at time of inspection.

March 28

• Red Roof Inn & Suites, 902 Scott Dr., Piqua: Standard Inspection.

Facility does not have an employee with manager certification in food protection.

Corrected during inspection; critical: Employees are not informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health. Informed PIC of the requirement for an employee health policy. An example will be sent with this report.

No written procedures for responding to vomiting or diarrheal events.

Comments: At the time of inspection, breakfast was not being served. The PIC stated that they plan on doing breakfast from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Please ensure that before starting breakfast again that all equipment is adequately washed, rinsed, and sanitized.

Attached to this report will be the employee illness policy and bodily fluid clean-up procedures. Print these out and keep a copy for your records.

• Piqua Catholic School – North St., 503 W. North St., Piqua: Standard/Critical Control Point Inspection.

Corrected during inspection; critical: PIC unable to demonstrate knowledge of sanitizer concentration. Informed the PIC that adequate sanitization concentrations for quat-based sanitizer range from 200-400 ppm (for steramine tablets).

Corrected during inspection; critical: Employees are not informed in a verifiable manner of their responsibility to report information about their health. Informed the PIC that an employee illness policy is required. A copy will be attached to this report.

Device used to generate sanitizer onsite does not comply with EPA regulations or manufacturers instructions. Observed bleach on-site that is not registered via the EPA. PIC stated that different, EPA registered bleach would be acquired.

Corrected during inspection; critical: Quaternary ammonium sanitizing solution at incorrect temperature, concentration, and/or water hardness. At the time of inspection, a sanitizer bucket was observed below the minimum required 200 ppm. Instructed the PIC to correct the concentration of the sanitizer bucket.

Working food containers not properly labeled. Observed multiple working containers of food items lacking identification with the common name. Ensure any working containers of food product are labeled.

Re-use of single-service or single-use articles. Observed a single-use bucket being re-used to store sanitizer.

No sanitizer test kit available. Please have your facility order test strips for the sanitizer and dish machine.

Facility not maintained clean. Observed dirt and grime on the floors of the walk-in freezer. Ensure that a cleaning frequency is implemented and adequate to preclude such accumulations.

Comments: At the time of inspection, all cold holding units were observed at 41F or below, and all hot holding units were observed at 135F or above.