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...
UNMC Women-Athlon

UNMC Women-Athlon

The Nottingham Sports Team will be organizing its’ first ever female sports week, UNMC Women-Athlon. This event which is inspired by the ancient Heraean Games. The Haraean Games was the first sanctioned (and recorded) women’s athletic competition to be held in the stadium at Olympia, possibly in the Olympic year, prior to the men’s events. It is dated as early as the 6th century BC. In addition to that UNMC Women-Atlon will also be held in conjunction with the International Women’s Day that will be held on the 8th of March. Hence, we would like to extend an invitation to all female athletes on campus as well as those from other universities to join us in making this event a successful one Date: 8th – 12th March 2016 Venue: University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, Semenyih, Selangor Sports Complex, Multipurpose Indoor Court Registration fee: RM 5 per participant List of Sports that will take place throughout the week: Basketball (Group event: 8 participants) Badminton (Individual event: 1 participant) Squash(Individual event: 1 participant) Volleyball (Group event: 8 participants) Netball(Group event: 8 participants) Table Tennis(Individual event: 1 participant) Dodgeballl(Group event: 8 participants) Futsal(Group event: 8 participants) Road-Relay(Group event: 4 participants) Swimming: Individual events Butterfly BACKSTROKE Breast Stroke Freestyle Group Events Swimming Freestyle Relay (4X25M) Swimming IM Relay (4X25M) Awards: Medals for winners, runner-up and second-runner up Purple Team Award for best sports team of the event Purple Lady for the best sports women of the event Registration for the events will take place from the 22nd February 2016 onwards in the SA Circle and registration by participants from other universities can be...
Welfare Survey

Welfare Survey

Have you ever wondered who deals with student’s welfare on campus? Who works behind the scenes to ensure that your complaints are being worked on? It is certainly not the elves but UNMC’s very own students from various courses working to improve the quality of your student experience on campus. Compromising of 5 profiles, namely Transport, Health, Accommodation, Security and Food, the Welfare Network strives to upgrade existing services as well as to incorporate new services that would enhance your student life on campus. What’s more is that each profile is represented by one international and one home student. So, even if you’re an international or exchange student, we have you covered. Now, YOU can do your part at improving YOUR student life experience by helping us fill out these survey form for each profile. It’ll only take 10 minutes of your time and we are looking to reach 1000 responses. So please do fill out the survey, share this to your friends and together we can improve campus services. Click the link below to access the surveys. Click here to Access Survey Do note that all responses are anonymous and the data collected will be strictly treated with confidential. Therefore, your honest answers are highly appreciated as the outcome of these surveys depends heavily on the accuracy of the results. We sincerely thank you for your valuable time...
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