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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) Food: 65.38%
– Raw food were not handled with gloves.
– Unfit food was disposed of inappropriately

 

4) Chinese
Total: 71.11%
a) Personal hygiene: 84.62%
– 
Gloves were not worn when handling raw food and cooked food.
– 
Some employees did not wear proper uniform.
b) Food: 65.38%
– 
Menu and prices not clearly displayed.
c) Operation: 77.78%
d) Storage: 65%
– Refrigerators not kept clean.

5) Beverage
Total: 77.78%
a) Personal hygiene: 73.08%
– Hair cover and apron were not worn at all times.
b) Food: 84.62%
c) Operation: 66.67%
d) Storage: 85%

 

6) RK Fatima
Total: 78.89%
a) Personal hygiene: 88.46%
– Some employees did not wear covered shoes.
– Only 1/3 of employees wore aprons.
b) Food: 69.23%
Raw food not handled with gloves and not kept covered and protected.
c) Operation: 83.33%
d) Storage: 75%

 

7) Japanese
Total: 80%
a) Personal hygiene: 92.31%
b) Food: 80.77%
– Unfit food is not kept separately and disposed of accordingly.
c) Operation: 55.55%
– Garbage cans were not covered and kept away from the food.
d) Storage: 85%

 

8)  Malay
Total: 80%
a) Personal hygiene: 73.08%
– Employees did not wear covered shoes.
– Gloves were not worn.
b) Food: 76.92%
– Raw food was not handled with gloves.
c) Operation: 88.89%
d) Storage: 85%
– Stored food was not properly wrapped and kept.

 

9) Western
Total: 82.22%
a) Personal hygiene: 80.77%
– Some employees did not wear proper uniform.
– Some employees did not wear hair covers.
b) Food: 73.08%
– Expired bun was still used to serve students.
c) Operation: 88.88%
d) Storage: 90%

 

10) Snacks
Total: 88.89%
a) Personal hygiene: 88.46%
– Aprons were not worn at all times.
b) Food: 92.31%
c) Operation: 83.33%
d) Storage: 90%

 

11) Desserts
Total: 91.11%
a) Personal hygiene: 96.15%
b) Food: 92.31%
c) Operation: 77.78%
d) Storage: 95%
– Bread was left open.

 

An important announcement to highlight is that from now on the inspection will be conducted every month .

 

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