1. Drippings of condensation within refrigerators
  2. Use of outdated fresh milk in open containers
  3. Improper dispensing of fresh and cold milk, both hot and cold. There must be not dispensing of milk through intermediate containers for drinking purposes, or dipping from pots or other containers
  4. Leaking, rusty or swollen cans of food. All such cans should be discarded
  5. Condensation Drippings from non-insulated overhead pipes in deck heads
  6. Condensation Drippings from exhaust hoods
  7. Soft, chipped, blistered or peeling paint from deck heads, bulkheads or equipment
  8. Storage of dirty fruit, produce or other containers of food within food preparation areas including the main galley
  9. Storage of display items including ice, not intended for human consumption, in the same refrigerator or other area with food.
  10. Intermingling of food and clean utensil operations with soiled utensil operations at the waiter service stations
  11. Hand contact with food, drink, ice or the surface of containers which come into contact with food
  12. Splashing of food contact or storage surfaces during cleanup operations
  13. Potential contamination of food due to perspiration of food handlers caused by inadequate ventilation and/or exhaust systems
  14. The use of Styrofoam in ice buckets and decanters
  15. Uncovered food containers within refrigerators
  16. The “nesting” or stacking of food containers in such manner that the food is exposed to contamination
  17. The use of steel wool
  18. Multiple uses of processed or manufactured containers designed for single use
  19. Unclean, uncovered containers used for the storage of flour, sugar, seasoning, meats or other foods
  1. Lighting fixtures not equipped with protective covers
  2. Improper dispensing or storage of silverware and/ or plastic eating utensils
  3. Improper dispensing of ice cream (no dipper well)
  4. Improper serving of butter patties on dining room tables. Butter must be kept cold by placing the butter in suitable containers with crushed ice. Butter placed in containers on tables, and not consumed, should be used for cooking purposes only and not reserved unless commercially wrapped butter patties are used
  5. Improper storage of food in the galley, refrigerated spaces, and dry stored rooms
  6. All food must be stored a minimum of 6 inches off any deck and preferably 12 inches
  7. The use of reconstituted milk for drinking purposes in the absence of approved equipment specifically designed for reconstituting milk
  8. The filling of water glasses or pitchers for dining room service in an unclean area
  9. The placement of knives within sheaths which are not easily cleanable or clean
  10. The improper dispensing of juices. Juices should be dispensed from original containers or from juice dispensers. Juices must not be dipped from pots or other containers
  11. Storage or arrangement of flowers and plants in food preparation, storage or serving areas
  12. Food or utensils subject to splash due to improper cleaning operations
  13. Food not properly wrapped or covered during storage
  14. High acid foods or beverages stored or transported in containers or piping coated with toxic metals and / or metallic salts such as copper, antimony, cadmium, lead or zinc
  15. Cloths and sponges that have been used to clean potentially contaminated surfaces used to clean food contact surfaces
  16. Hand contact with food contact surfaces of clean utensils and equipment used for the preparation, serving and / or storage of potentially hazardous foods
  17. If the same meat grinding equipment must be used for grinding beef and raw pork, the equipment should be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized between the two operations
  18. The re-use of single service food containers or utens
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