Jefferson City restaurant inspections (2022)

Jefferson City's food code requires food-service establishments to be inspected at least once every six months.

Priority violations are items, if in noncompliance, that are more likely to contribute to food contamination, illness or an environmental hazard. Some examples of priority hazards include: improper holding temperatures of foods, inadequate cooking of food items, poor personal hygiene and contaminated equipment.

Examples of core items include: cleaning and maintenance of floors, walls and ceilings; open waste receptacles; unshielded light bulbs in food-preparation areas; and missing thermometers in refrigerator units for monitoring temperature.

The food code typically requires establishments to correct priority violations at the time of inspection when possible or within a longer time frame not to exceed 10 days agreed upon with the regulatory authority. Establishments are required to correct core violations by a date agreed to with the regulatory authority not to exceed 90 days from the time of inspection.

August 2022 inspections noted were:

Bones Restaurant and Lounge, 210 E. Commercial Way, three core violations: painted metal wall under the hood is deteriorating and standing water on the sandwich lowboy, third-floor cooler holds wine above 40 degrees Fahrenheit, walk-in cooler and Coke cooler soiled with food debris. One priority violation: tasting food without single-serve spoon (corrected on site).

Break Time #3049, 1200 Missouri Blvd., one priority violation: items in hot holding box not held at the proper temperature.

Dollar General Store #1219, 1414 Missouri Blvd., one core violation: debris present on customer shelf (corrected on site).

J. Pfenny's Sports Bar & Grill, 217 E. High St., five core violations: restroom lack self-closing door and covered trash receptacles, litter scattered on enclosure area and between fence and grease Dumpster, dish room floor linoleum is not permanently sealed, boxed food present on the floor of the walk-in freezer, dishwasher leaking onto the floor.

Jimmy Johns, 128 E. High St., no violations cited.

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Long John Silvers, 2220 Missouri Blvd., six core violations: front and back counters delaminating, hand wash sink in the kitchen coming loose from the wall, under-counter reach-in cooler in front and back not functional, fryers leaking in cabinet housing, leak present at the seam of bay 2 sink, dish machine needs lamination.

Mel's Country Cafe, 2421 Industrial Dr. X, two core violations: broken equipment in kitchen, reach-in cooler not holding at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. One priority violation: food in the reach-in cooler not holding at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.

O'Donoghue's Steaks & Seafood LLC, two core violations: floor tiles in disrepair under the commercial dishwasher, drawer cooler not maintaining cold hold capacity at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or less.

Oscar's Classic Diner, 2118 Schotthill Woods Dr., two core violations: salad prep table running above 41 degrees Fahrenheit, dish room ceiling grid vents rusted and soiled. One priority violation: foods above 41 degrees Fahrenheit on the salad prep table (corrected on site).

Red Lobster #733, 3519 Country Club Dr., two core violations: plumbing fixture in dish area malfunctioning, hand sink area needs maintenance. Three priority violations: dish machine not sanitizing at the proper temperature, items in hot holding unit not at the proper temperature (corrected on site), utensil in use was chipped and cracked (corrected on site).

Ria's, 3550 W. Edgewood Dr., two priority violations: final rinse of dish machine does not reach 160 degrees Fahrenheit on the plate surface, foods in line prep table not held at 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower (corrected on site). Two core violations: holes and missing tile throughout the kitchen area, Pepsi reach-in freezer at the bar does not hold 41 degrees Fahrenheit or lower with salad dressing present.

Sawadee, 103 E. High St., one core violation: torn gasket on the chest freezer.

Schnucks-Deli, 1801 Missouri Blvd., one core violation: debris present on the floor under the three-compartment sink.

Subway sandwich Shop, 1922 Missouri Blvd. Ste. B, no violations.

Taco Bell #382, 2605 Missouri Blvd., one core violation: walk-in freezer floor and equipment had debris.

Wal-Mart Supercenter #29-Grocery/Dairy, 724 W. Stadium Blvd., two core violations: debris present on the display shelf, debris present on the display case.

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Schnucks-Seafood, 1801 Missouri Blvd., no violations.

Hyvee Food Store-Chinese Deli, 3721 W. Truman Blvd., two core violations: debris present on the floor of the walk-in freezer, debris present on fan covers in walk-in cooler.

Hyvee Food Store-Italian Deli, 3721 W. Truman Blvd., no violations.

Best Western Capital Inn, 1937 Christy Dr., four core violations: employees following wash/sanitize/rinse procedure instead of wash/rinse/sanitize, no chlorine strip tests available for hand sanitizer, juice machine running above 41 degrees Fahrenheit, more blue ice was needed to keep waffle batter at 41 degrees.

Knights of Columbus, 1822 Tanner Bridge Rd., four core violations: kitchen counter drawers had spills and debris present and the large can opener needed cleaning, frozen pizzas did not have ingredient or manufacturer labels, the floor under fryers had grease spots and the bar ceiling had missing tiles due to a roof leak, and counters and gaskets were torn in the kitchen and cooler.

Days Inn, 2100 Jefferson St., two core violations: boxed single-serve items were not stored properly and placed directly on the storeroom floor, paper towels at the hand wash sink were outside of the broken dispenser.

AFC, 1801 Missouri Blvd., no violations cited.

Chick-Fil-A, 3407 Missouri Blvd., one priority violation: the hot water sanitizing machine did not reach the proper temperature. Four core violations: the fry handsink required maintenance, debris were present in the reach-in cooler and mixing equipment, and the reach-in cooler had a torn gasket.

Starbucks, 3721 W. Truman Blvd., one core violation: torn gasket present in the reach-in cooler.

Samaritan Center, 1310 E. McCarty St., no violations.

Oak Hills Golf Course, 932 Ellis Blvd., one core violation: employees were not following the correct dishwashing procedure.

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ABC Preschool, 1950 Rolling Hills Dr., no violations.

Wal-Mart Supercenter #29 Meat/Seafood, 724 W. Stadium Blvd., no violations.

Sam's Club #6505-Grocery, 849 Stoneridge Pkwy., one core violation: items were stored on the floor, not elevated 6 inches.

Three Story Coffee-Millbottom, 400 W. Main St. Unit A, two core violations: no paper towels present around the employee hand-wash sink, employees cloth towel-drying utensils instead of air drying. Two priority violations: Frigidaire cooler held foods above 41 degrees, utensils not being sanitized.

Burger King, 1923 Christy Dr., three core violations: an employee did not have the proper hair restraint (corrected on site), debris were present on the floors, and some equipment was covered with debris. One priority violation: triple sink and sanitizer buckets did not have sanitizer (corrected on site).

Windstone Entertainment Event Center, 2425 Industrial Dr. Ste. A, no violations.

Smoothie King, 2208 Missouri Blvd. Ste. 104, no violations.

IHOP #3568, 2011 Missouri Blvd., no violations.

Sodexo at SSM Health-St. Mary's Hospital, one priority violation: the reach-in cooler was not at the proper temperature (corrected on site) and one core violation: equipment was in need of maintenance.

Popeye's Louisiana Chicken, 2102 Missouri Blvd., one core violation: debris was present on the equipment.

Baymont Inn & Suites, 319 W. Miller St., two core violations: no thermometers in the cook station, pancake mix kept past its expiration.

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Smallcakes Jefferson City, 905 Eastland Dr. Ste. B, no violations.

Mod Pizza, 1709 Missouri Blvd. Suite A, one core violation: debris was present on the restroom floor. One priority violation: proper date labels were not present on items in the walk-in cooler.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1209 Missouri Blvd., one priority violation: items were not at the proper temperature on the hot holding table (corrected on site) and three core violations: reach-in coolers had torn gaskets, the walk-in freezer had debris present, and debris was present on the equipment.

High Rise Bakery, 118 E. High St., two core violations: A leak in the basement and caulk needed around the dish area fixtures, and one priority violation: food items on the make table were unsafe for service (corrected on site).

Big Whiskey's American Restaurant and Bar, 627 W. McCarty St. Ste. 1A, four core violations: a back kitchen ceiling tile was missing a screen, kitchen equipment needed further cleaning, there was a garbage spill near the back steps and the dish station backsplash needed to be recaulked.

Courtyard Early Learning Facility, 225 Oscar Dr., no violations.

Las Trojas, 2930 W. Edgewood Dr., seven core violations: damaged wire shelving in the walk-in cooler, damage in the store room and men's restroom, vegetable sink and dish machine in disrepair, the meat cooler was not at the proper temperature, boxes were stored on the floor of the walk-in cooler, boxes were stacked in the cooler, and the maintenance area and walk-in cooler were unorganized.

Gotham Grill, 205 E. High St., three core violations: equipment had food residue, back sink hand towel dispenser was empty, triple sink backsplash needed re-caulking.

Slim Chickens, 2207 Missouri Blvd., four core violations: washing procedures were not being followed, employees were working with unrestrained bandages, personal belongings were present in the dumpster area, and equipment needed cleaning.

Crazy Fry's, 1121 E. Miller St., three core violations: door closure devices were missing from a restroom, paper towels were not present at the handwashing sink, and the kitchen hand sink had a leak.

AFC Sushi at Gerbes, 2101 Schotthill Woods Dr., two core violations: paper towels were absent from the dispenser at the hand sink, there were no PH meters to test the sushi rice.

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Cajun Catfish House Mobile Food Unit, 400 Supercenter Dr., six core violations: an open plastic bag was used as a trash can, one fryer was non-functional, wastewater was dumped in a storm drain, no sanitizer test strips, no cooking thermometer. Four priority violations: the commissary's water fill hose was not restaurant-grade, no water in the hand sink, poor washing practices, and no sanitizer present.

FAQs

Why does the health Department inspect local restaurants unannounced? ›

Food safety compliance inspections of food service establishments are performed by local state health inspectors to prevent the possibility of foodborne illness ourbreaks, to educate food service staff about safe food handling practices and basic sanitation requirements, and to enforce food safety regulations.

How often can a local health inspector enter your restaurant to inspect you? ›

A health inspector is allowed to visit your venue at any reasonable time without notice. As part of their job, they're obligated to do a certain number of inspections a year (once every six months is common), but they're also required to do an inspection if a customer complains.

Why do we need inspectors for restaurants? ›

The main purpose of restaurant inspections is to make sure that local eateries are complying with public health regulations.

Do local health departments inspect restaurants? ›

Local public health departments regularly inspect businesses serving food to ensure restaurants and other food retail outlets are following safe food handling procedures.

How do you pass a food safety inspection? ›

Your checklist for hygiene inspections
  1. Completed, signed & dated food safety management system.
  2. Completed allergen information table.
  3. Adequate hand washing facilities.
  4. A means for drying hands.
  5. A food preparation sink.
  6. A suitably equipped first aid kit.
  7. A probe thermometer.

What are the most common health violations found in restaurants? ›

Traditional Restaurant Health Code Violations
  • Missing signs and posters. ...
  • Improper handling and storage of serviceware. ...
  • Storing expired foods. ...
  • Improper food storage. ...
  • Improper food temperature. ...
  • Poor staff hygiene. ...
  • Cross-contamination. ...
  • Improper use and storage of cleaning supplies.

Can you wear a watch in a restaurant? ›

As for bracelets and watches, they aren't always secured under your gloves, and since they carry pathogens you shouldn't wear them while you're working with food.

Can you wear a tank top in food service? ›

The rules may vary depending on the establishment, but most require employees to wear clothing that covers their arms and legs. Tank tops are not typically allowed because they can expose too much skin. A shirt or blouse should cover your torso and extend below your hipsline.

Can you use a vacuum in a restaurant? ›

More Commercial Grade Vacuum Cleaners

A canister vacuum is another viable option for restaurant use, as its light and maneuverable cleaning heads, along with its long, flexible hose, make it easy to clean under chairs and tables.

How do I prepare for a food inspection? ›

Achieving the best possible outcome
  1. Keep the inside and outside of the premises tidy as a matter of course - first impressions count for a lot!
  2. Take the time to develop a comprehensive food safety management system.
  3. Make sure your food preparation workflows prioritise safety and hygiene as a first priority.
Sep 12, 2017

What questions do food inspectors ask? ›

Along with a visual inspection of the workplace, an EHO will: ask staff about quality control systems, request to see recipes, FSMS, temperature and staff records. They will also ask management about staff training, controlling hazards, and temperature control.

What are 3 skills a food inspector should have? ›

Required Skills and Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in food science, public health, or related field.
  • 3+ years experience working in a food-related industry.
  • Strong understanding of food safety principles.
  • Working knowledge of state and federal food regulations.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and writing skills.

What do food safety inspectors look for? ›

During an inspection, officers will want to check that food businesses operate effective food safety management procedures based on HACCP principles (hazard analysis critical control point). They will check how hygienically the food is handled and what measures are taken to ensure the food served or sold is safe.

Who is legally responsible for food safety? ›

On the surface, the answer is rather simple: the owner or operator of a food business is responsible for food safety.

What are the five standards that a reviewer must look into when examining a restaurant? ›

Set Your Evaluation Criteria

Since you may be writing multiple reviews, it's important to consider this question ahead of time. Evaluation criteria could include (but are not limited to): quality of the food, service, interior and exterior design, ambiance, cleanliness, and value for money.

Can food inspectors take pictures? ›

An inspection visit

Officers may also take readings of temperatures of delivered, stored and cooked food items. Photographs may be taken.

How many samples do food safety officers take? ›

The sample number should be preferably in the range of 5 to 8 samples per location/product.

Are food hygiene inspections random? ›

In addition, food hygiene inspections very rarely happen with an appointment – inspectors are permitted to make an inspection at any reasonable hour, and will usually come without warning.

What has the most bacteria in a restaurant? ›

Germiest Things in Restaurants
  • Touch Screens. 3/10. ...
  • Ice. 4/10. ...
  • Lemon Wedges. 5/10. ...
  • Buffets. 6/10. ...
  • Salad Bars. 7/10. ...
  • Cafeteria Trays. 8/10. ...
  • Condiments. 9/10. ...
  • Table Surfaces. 10/10. The idea of germs being wiped out when your server wipes down your table before you sit down is good in theory.
May 27, 2021

What do they look at during a health inspection? ›

Health inspectors focus on potentially hazardous foods that require precise time and temperature maintenance. Time and temperature records must be made available. Management and employees must demonstrate knowledge of health codes, food safety practices, safe food handling and preparation.

What is the biggest threat to the restaurant? ›

Some common threats to a restaurant business include:
  • Any new restaurants in your neighborhood opening.
  • New restaurants that directly compete with your customers opening anywhere in your city.
  • Successful competitor promotions and specials. ...
  • Any new competitor menu items.

What should you not wear to a restaurant? ›

Athletic shoes, flip-flops, shorts and T-shirts are not appropriate. Casual elegant: Elevate your look from a working professional to a more dressed-up dinner guest.

What should you not wear in the kitchen? ›

Wearing an apron will keep your clothes clean. If you don't have an apron, an old shirt will do. But don't wear anything that's big and loose. Baggy sleeves or clothes could catch fire or get caught in mixer beaters or other equipment.

Do you have to wear an apron when serving food? ›

Aprons are considered part of the uniform and should be worn in the food production and serving areas only. Do not wear your apron when using the restroom or taking out the garbage. hair restraints are required to prevent hair from contaminating food.

Do waitress have to wear their hair up? ›

In short, no, waitresses can't wear their hair down.

While those simply serving drinks in a bar or clearing tables in a cafe may be able to get away with wearing their hair down, when you're working around food, long hair should be neatly tied up.

Can food handlers wear nail polish? ›

➢ Unless wearing intact gloves in good repair, FOOD EMPLOYEES may not wear fingernail polish or artificial nails while preparing food.

Why can't you wear a watch in food service? ›

Limit the amount of jewelry worn on fingers and forearms to plain wedding band, medical bracelet or plain watch band. Jewelry can hide food particles and germs that can cause people to become sick. All Food Service staff should always wear a clean apron each day while involved in food preparation.

Can a restaurant run without AC? ›

Restaurant kitchens can generate a significant amount of heat generated by the ovens, grills and stoves used to make food. As a result, you must provide a cool area with air conditioning or fans where your employees can take their breaks.

What should you not vacuum? ›

6 Things You Should Never Vacuum Up
  • Glass. A broken glass is a big mess, but don't reach for your vacuum cleaner to pick it up. ...
  • Liquids. Spilled milk is not a job for your vacuum. ...
  • Large amounts of hair. Isn't a vacuum meant to suck up hair?! ...
  • Small items. ...
  • Anything sticky or wet. ...
  • Fine particles.

What happens if you put food in a vacuum chamber? ›

Can Food Go Bad in a Vacuum Chamber? - YouTube

What are three 3 things a manager should do during an inspection? ›

A manager should accompany the inspector so the manager can see and correct any violations found.
  • Be Assertive and Proactive during a Health Inspection. ...
  • Be Prepared. ...
  • Do Self-Inspections. ...
  • Manage the Inspection.

How long does a kitchen inspection take? ›

This will vary depending on the type of premises being inspected, however, most inspections take between one and two hours.

What are the 5 basic kinds of inspection methods? ›

methods are visual, microscopy, liquid or dye penetrant inspection, mag- netic particle inspection, eddy current testing, x-ray or radiographic test- ing, and ultrasonic testing.

What are the 3 main areas EHOS inspect? ›

At the inspection, the officer will check the following three elements: how hygienically the food is handled – how it is prepared, cooked, re-heated, cooled and stored. the physical condition of the business –including cleanliness, layout, lighting, ventilation, pest control and other facilities.

What powers do food inspectors have when they arrive at your premises? ›

We have the power to take samples, photographs and inspect records. We can detain or seize any food that we suspect is unsafe. If there is an imminent risk to health, we may serve a hygiene emergency prohibition notice, which prevents the use of a process, premises or a specific piece of equipment.

What are the three notices that food inspectors can serve on a business? ›

a Hygiene Improvement Notice; Seek a conviction which may result in a Prohibition Order; Serve a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Notice, followed by an application to a Magistrates Court for a Hygiene Emergency Prohibition Order. The Improvement Notice is a well-established procedure in food hygiene enforcement.

What are the 4 keys to food safety? ›

Four Steps to Food Safety: Clean, Separate, Cook, Chill. Following four simple steps at home—Clean, Separate, Cook, and Chill—can help protect you and your loved ones from food poisoning.

What are 4 things you should remember when handling food one is clean provide the 3 others? ›

Promoting safe food handling
  • Keep clean.
  • Separate raw and cooked.
  • Cook thoroughly.
  • Keep food at safe temperatures.
  • Use safe water and raw materials.

What are the 6 responsibilities of a food handler? ›

Examples include making, cooking, preparing, serving, packing, displaying and storing food. Food handlers can also be involved in manufacturing, producing, collecting, extracting, processing, transporting, delivering, thawing or preserving food.

How do you pass a food safety inspection? ›

Your checklist for hygiene inspections
  1. Completed, signed & dated food safety management system.
  2. Completed allergen information table.
  3. Adequate hand washing facilities.
  4. A means for drying hands.
  5. A food preparation sink.
  6. A suitably equipped first aid kit.
  7. A probe thermometer.

How do you pass food hygiene? ›

Top tips on how to prepare for your food hygiene inspection
  1. Before the visit, clean, clean and then clean some more! ...
  2. Make sure that all your equipment is clean, safe and fully functioning especially the fridge and freezer. ...
  3. Make sure that you have adequate handwashing facilities. ...
  4. Pest control.
Sep 18, 2020

Which foods are high risk? ›

Examples of high-risk foods include :
  • Dairy products (milk, cream, cheese, yogurt, and products containing them such as cream pies and quiches)
  • Eggs.
  • Meat or meat products.
  • Poultry.
  • Fish and seafood.
Dec 24, 2015

What is Natasha's law? ›

What Is Natasha's Law? The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as Natasha's Law, came into effect on the 1st of October 2021 and requires food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on foods prepackaged for direct sale on the premises.

Can you work in a kitchen without a food hygiene certificate? ›

In the UK, food handlers don't have to hold a food hygiene certificate to prepare or sell food. You must however be able to demonstrate that they have received instructions or supervision in the following ways: training on-the-job. self-study.

Who can be prosecuted for poor food hygiene? ›

If your establishment is found to have committed food safety or hygiene offences and the local authority are looking to prosecute, the owner or proprietor of the business is the person held responsible and the individual (or individuals) who can be prosecuted for breaching the law.

What do restaurant critics look for? ›

The Critic is Looking For…

Taste – this is what the critic values most. Technique – the critic looks at how hard the food was to make. Creativity – you'll get bonus points here. Presentation – you want your food to taste and look great.

Can health and safety turn up unannounced? ›

We may have arrived without warning. This isn't unusual. We don't always tell people we're coming and the law lets us visit at any reasonable time. Although we have the powers to come into your workplace, our inspectors still have to follow the government's code of practice on entering homes or businesses.

What does a health inspector look for when going into local businesses that serve food? ›

Inspections focus on food safety practices and determining compliance with the health and safety code requirements for safe food temperatures, safe food handling, employee hygiene, an adequate supply of water and hot water, and the business is maintained clean and free of vermin.

What do health and safety inspectors look for in a restaurant? ›

look at the potential risk for food poisoning or injury as a result of food consumption. ensure that food is safe to eat. ensure that the food handling staff are trained in food hygiene and handling practices. inspect the condition of equipment and the premises.

Can the FDA show up unannounced? ›

While FDA can show up unannounced, it is far more likely that FDA will contact you via phone. But if your product has issues in the field, FDA may be more likely to show up one day. Work with FDA to schedule dates of inspection.

Can you refuse entry to HSE? ›

Act 1974 - HSE inspectors don't need your permission to enter. If they believe they may be obstructed, they can be supported by the police.

How long does a food hygiene inspection take? ›

This will vary depending on the type of premises being inspected, however, most inspections take between one and two hours.

Can you be prosecuted for breaking health and safety laws? ›

Breaching health and safety regulations is a criminal offence. Companies have a common law duty to ensure the working environment is safe for employees. By not doing so, you can face consequences, including fines or prison sentences.

What questions do food inspectors ask? ›

Along with a visual inspection of the workplace, an EHO will: ask staff about quality control systems, request to see recipes, FSMS, temperature and staff records. They will also ask management about staff training, controlling hazards, and temperature control.

How do I prepare for a food inspection? ›

Achieving the best possible outcome
  1. Keep the inside and outside of the premises tidy as a matter of course - first impressions count for a lot!
  2. Take the time to develop a comprehensive food safety management system.
  3. Make sure your food preparation workflows prioritise safety and hygiene as a first priority.
Sep 12, 2017

What are 3 skills a food inspector should have? ›

Required Skills and Qualifications
  • Bachelor's degree in food science, public health, or related field.
  • 3+ years experience working in a food-related industry.
  • Strong understanding of food safety principles.
  • Working knowledge of state and federal food regulations.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and writing skills.

How do you impress a health inspector? ›

Practice Good Hygiene

Clean habits make for a clean kitchen. Ensure that your staff always washes their hands after using the restroom. Gloves should be changed between preparing different dishes. Most importantly, staff members who are ill should never handle food.

What is the most common hazard in a restaurant? ›

What are the most common types of injuries in restaurants?
  • Injuries from objects.
  • Slips, trips, and falls.
  • Burns.
  • Overexertion injuries.
  • Chemicals/cleaners.
  • Electrical.
  • Cold temperatures.

What are the 5 things health inspectors look for? ›

During their inspection, a health inspector will be on the lookout for things like:
  • Uncovered stored food.
  • Inappropriate containers.
  • No labels on your food for “use-by” dates.
  • No gloves on your employees.
  • Storing raw ingredients under dripping meat.
  • Signs of pets.
  • Storing cleaning products near the pantry.
Oct 23, 2019

Can you refuse FDA inspection? ›

Consent is not the basis upon which a Food and Drug inspection is conducted, and permission or authorization to inspect is not required from the firm to be inspected. The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act provides criminal penalties for refusal to permit a lawful inspection.

Can FDA take pictures during inspection? ›

FDA's Position

Do not request permission from management to take photographs during an inspection. Take your camera into the firm and use it as necessary just as you use other inspectional equipment.

What triggers an FDA audit? ›

FDA may conduct an inspection of your operation for a variety of reasons, such as a routinely scheduled investigation, a survey, or a response to a reported problem. The investigator will present credentials and "Notice of Inspection" (FDA Form 482) upon arriving at your plant.

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