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Food safety in retirement homes 2

Posted Sep 16 2011 12:00am
CriticalFood SafetyFood is held at 4°C (40°F) or less Corrected During InspectionNon-criticalSanitation, Design and MaintenanceEquipment, non-food contact surfaces and linen are maintained, designed, constructed, installed and accessible for cleaning Not In Compliance
Ottawa Retirement Homes and LTC are inspected regularly. 


Rideau Place On-the-river (Retirement home: 550 Wilbrod Street) was found with a critical food safety deficiency on Sep. 13 

Inspection: Sept 13, 2011
Overall Result:  Not In Compliance
Compliance CategoryDescriptionFinding


Carlingview Manor (LTC: 2330-2 Carling Avenue) was found with a critical food safety deficiency on Sep. 09 

Inspection: Sept 9, 2011
Overall Result:  Not In Compliance
Compliance CategoryDescriptionFinding Critical
Food SafetyFood protected from potential contamination and adulterationCover all food in storage Ensure all food is protected from potential contamination and adulteration Not In Compliance Non-critical
General Food SafetyAdequate protection against the entrance of insects, birds, rodents, and other pestsProvide tightly sealed entrances and / or screened entrances to prevent the entry of insects, birds, rodents, and other pests Not In Compliance Non-critical Sanitation, Design and MaintenanceGeneral housekeeping is satisfactoryMaintain the premises in a clean and sanitary condition Not In Compliance



Barrhaven Manor (Retirement home: 110-1 Berrigan Drive) was found with a critical food safety deficiency on Sep. 06 and 01. 


Inspection: Sept 6, 2011Overall Result:  In Compliance This premises was found to be in compliance with the Ontario Food Premises Regulation.Inspection: Sept 1, 2011Overall Result:  Not In Compliance Compliance CategoryDescriptionFinding Critical Food SafetyFood is held at 4°C (40°F) or less Not In Compliance Critical Food SafetyFood is cooled from 60°C (140°F) to 20°C (68°F) within 2 hoursCool hazardous food from 60°C (140°F) to 20°C (68°F) within 2 hours Corrected During Inspection Critical Food SafetyRe-heating: to original cooking temperature within 2 hoursEnsure food is reheated to original cooking temperature for 15 seconds Ensure hazardous food is reheated to the original cooking temperatures within 2 hours Not In Compliance Critical Food SafetyFood protected from potential contamination and adulterationEnsure all food is protected from potential contamination and adulteration Not In Compliance
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