June 6 Service Inspections: City and Northview Waterpark Concessions


City Waterpark Concessions
200 Springboard Lane
Date: June 4, 2018
Reason: Routine
Result: In compliance

2-301.14(H) An employee took an order from a customer at the service window, walked to the wire shelving unit storing the box of gloves and packages of hot dog buns. She proceeded to put a glove on her hand, reached into the hot dog bun package, retrieved a bun with the gloved hand without washing her hands prior to putting her glove on. The inspector asked when she washed her hands last, and the employee said she washed her hands when she first arrived at 12:30 p.m. Time is now 2:05 p.m. Corrected on-site: hot dog bun discarded by employee. The inspector provided education and employee washed her hands before donning gloves.

3-501.17(B) One open box of fully cooked hamburger patties and one open box of fully cooked hot dogs were stored in the refrigerator without a date mark. The person in charge said they opened the boxes on Saturday, June 2. It was held for more than 24 hours but less than seven days. Corrected on-site: the person in charge dated the boxes accordingly. The inspector provided education.

Northview Waterpark Concessions
510 Griffith Drive
Date: June 4, 2018
Reason: Routine
Result: In compliance

3-304.14(B)(1) Wiping cloths were stored in a chlorine sanitizing solution with a concentration more than 200 ppm. Corrected on-site: diluted sanitizing solution to 100 ppm. The inspector did not observe wiping cloth used during the time of the inspections. The inspector provided education.

4-203.11 The food temperature thermometer stored in the cash register read at 40 degrees Fahrenheit. The inspector’s thermometer read at 70 degrees Fahrenheit, and the wall A/C unite thermometer read at 73 degrees Fahrenheit. There was no ice available to check calibration. NOTE: the probe of the thermometer is bent. Corrected on-site: the person in charge brought a different thermometer that is appropriately calibrated. The inspector recommended keeping a bag of ice in the freezer to be able to check calibration on the thermometer once every 30 days or in the event the thermometer is dropped.

All service inspections are available to the public on the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s website.

Hey, hi, hello! I’m Rachel Hogan, the copy chief for The Collegian. I’m a senior in journalism from Olathe, Kansas. When I’m not at work in the newsroom, I like to spend my time cuddling with my dog, working as a barista and laughing with my friends.