Health Department Inspections - October 25, 2012
Thursday, October 25, 2012 11:00 AM
The Jefferson County Health Department conducts quarterly inspections of all food establishments or locations that handle food in the county. Health inspections become a public record 10 days after the inspection takes place.
The documents highlight critical, noncritical and repeat violations during each inspection or follow-up. Critical violations are listed.
All records are supplied by the Jefferson County Health Department, which can be reached at (812) 273-1942.
Oct. 5 - Oct. 12
Bistro One: Two noncritical.
Fast Max: Three noncritical.
Knights of Columbus: One critical and one repeat (Chicken stored over popsicles in freezer).
Madison Elks Lodge: One critical (Open gallon of milk in cooler with no date marking).
Shooters Restaurant and Sports Bar: Two critical (1. Oysters on the half shell stored above cookie dough in walk-in freezer; 2. No date marking on milk); two noncritical; three repeat.
Thomas Family Winery: No violations.
First Street Country Saloon: No violations.
Joey G's: Two critical ( 1. Raw shrimp stored above derby pie in freezer; 2. Observed frozen pork chops being thawed in standing water in sink); three noncritical; three repeat.
Captain D's: No violations.
Hanover McDonald's: Four critical (1. Prep sandwich line employee placed raw handling glove over ready-to-eat glove, grabbed raw chicken, placed it in fryer, took off raw handling glove, continued to prep with same ready-to-eat glove; 2. French fry cook placed fries in container with utensil then touched fries with bare hands to place container on waiting rack; 3. Hamburger patties placed directly in freezer next to grill without container; 4. Bucket of sanitizer placed on top of hamburger freezer near grill); two noncritical.
Freezer Fresh: One critical ( Employee placed gloves on without washing hands); four noncritical.
Hanover Dollar General: Four noncritical, three repeated.
Mumbles: Four critical (1. Employees did not wash hands between glove changes; 2. Raw fish stored directly over pre-cooked meat loaf; 3. Employee observed touching raw hamburger then hamburger buns; 4. Scheduled cleaning needed to food contact surfaces char grill, crouton container); six noncritical.
Riverboat Inn & Suites: Two critical (1. Open gallon of milk without date marking; 2. Shot glass in hand-washing station.); five noncritical.
Hanover BP: One critical (Chemicals stored over single use doughnut boxes and roll paper towels, paint stored next to cleaning towels); four noncritical; two repeats.
Hanover CVS: Two noncritical; one repeat.