Food Inspection Report (November 2017)

Food Inspection Report (November 2017)

In November, a food inspection was conducted by 3 groups of people, each group consisting of 2 Student Association members and 1 staff member. (This inspection included Sonder but could not be completed because it was closed on the day of inspection) The results of the inspection are as below, in the form of the scores each stall garnered as well as comments made by the inspectors:- Western stall – 95% The stall owners only prepared food on the spot, no food prepared beforehand; no accurate data for how food prepared earlier was handled. The cabbages were not kept in the fridge (not stored well). Japanese stall – 94.60% The stall owners only prepared hot food on the spot, no food prepared beforehand; no accurate data for how food prepared earlier was handled. Malay stall – 93.60% (no comment) Subway – 93.50% (no comment) Dessert stall – 88.70% Employees wearing open- toed shoes; A worker was wearing slippers. Food served daily was not priced but fruits were. Uncovered food in the fridge and the fridge temperature was at 5 degrees Celsius. Chopped onions were not covered. Vegetarian stall – 88% Need to wear gloves and closed shoes. The temperature of the chiller was 5.5 degrees Celsius. Chopped vegetables were not covered. Arabic stall – 86.60% The prep table for the kebab meat was slightly messy. Secret Recipe – 86.50% Food storage very well kept and labelled. Snacks stall – 79.30% There was raw fish in the freezer left in an open container. One employee was not wearing slippers. Freezer slightly disorganized. Fridge temperature slightly too high at -4.5 degrees...
SA Postgraduate Officer Elections 17/18: An important role you must know!

SA Postgraduate Officer Elections 17/18: An important role you must know!

The Nominations for the post of SA Postgraduate Officer are now open! This is an opportunity for you to be part of the SA Executive Team and represent your fellow postgraduate students in the Student Association.   Postgraduate Students’ Officer 1)  Scope: (a)  Representational Officer ‐ i. Responsible for the representation of postgraduate students within the Student Association. 2)  Duties: (i) To be the representative of postgraduate students within the Student Association. (ii) To work with the SA Executive and other SA stakeholders to improve the student experience of  their members. (iii) To assist the SA Executive to represent postgraduate students to the university and other external organisations. (iv) To campaign on issues of concern, interest and relevance to postgraduate Students. (v) To be the Chair of the Postgraduate Students’ Network. 3)      Constituency: (a)  The constituency of the Postgraduate Students’ Officer shall be all full members of the SA who are registered for postgraduate study at the University of Nottingham. SA Postgraduate Officer Elections Timeline Nominations Period : 8:00am 4th October – 6:00pm 10th October 2017 Candidate Briefing : 7:00pm 10th October 2017  (H1B28) Campaigning Period : 9:00am 11th October – 9:00am 17th October 2017 Hustings: 13th October 2017 (TBC) Voting Period: 9:00am 17th October – 3:00pm 20th October 2017 Results Announcement: 7:00pm 20th October 2017 So what are you waiting for?! Fill out the nominations form below after reading all the rules and regulations to nominate yourelf in the Elections. Nomination forms will be accepted until 6 pm of 10th October 2017. After the deadline for nominations has passed, those who have been nominated will be called to sign the Candidate Briefing, thereby successfully being accepted as candidates for the Elections. Nominate yourself here! For further enquiries feel free to contact the Student Council Vice...
UNMC Cafeteria: Second Food Inspection

UNMC Cafeteria: Second Food Inspection

On the 24th of March 2017, the Welfare Network of the Student Association conducted the second hygiene inspection in the UNMC Cafeteria together with Campus Services and the Health & Safety Office (H&S). Compared to the previous inspection, several questions on the checklist was modified and altered for a more precise inspection. Upon receiving approval from the Campus Services office, it was used as the main guideline for the inspection. Five individuals from the Welfare Network Team, two from both the H&S Office and Campus Services respectively took part in this inspection. Below is the breakdown of results from this month’s food hygiene inspection: 1) Vegetarian Total: 60% a) Personal hygiene: 61.54% – Aprons and gloves were not worn. – Covered shoes were not worn. b) Food: 53.85% – Raw food was not covered and protected from possible contamination. – Raw food was not handled with gloves. – Unfit food was disposed of inappropriately. – Trash cans were uncovered. c) Operation: 55.56% – Cookware were not cleaned regularly. d) Storage: 70% – Stored food was not properly wrapped 
and kept.   2) Pakistani / Arabic Total: 70% a) Personal hygiene: 65.38% – Some employees wore slippers. – Some employees had long nails. – Aprons were not worn. b) Food: 76.92% – Raw food were not handled with gloves. c) Operation: 77.78% – Small equipments and utensils were not washed and cleaned between uses. d) Storage: 55% – Food and paper supplies were left on the floor.   3) Treehouse Total: 63% a) Personal hygiene: 69.23% – Hair covers were not worn. – Aprons and gloves were not worn. b)...
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