Profile Picture Asotin County Library

created Aug 25 2020

updated Dec 4 2020

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Asotin County Health Department inspects restaurants and other retail food service establishments to make sure that employees follow safe food handling practices and have adequate kitchen facilities. Keep in mind, inspection reports are snapshots of the food handling at the establishment at the time of inspection - conditions may be different when you visit.

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restaurant, inspections, public health, food safety, clarkston, asotin county
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synopsis of the restaurant inspection details and results for a particular establishment.
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Licensing and Attribution
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Asotin County Health District
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Public Domain U.S. Government
Notes
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High Risk Factors (Critical) are improper practices or procedures identified as the most prevalent contributing factors of foodborne illness or injury.
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Low Risk Factors (Non-Critical) are preventive measures to control the addition of pathogens, chemicals, and physical objects into food.
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Whenever possible, violations found during the inspection are corrected immediately. Critical items found during the inspection must be corrected immediately.
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EPH41 is the code for Washington State Department of Health, Environmental Public Health Sciences.
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There are two client types: E (Environmental) and B (Business).
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B L D C O on form signifies Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Catering and Other
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Period of Time
Most current year of restaurant inspections.
Posting Frequency
Annually
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