Putting Glass Walls on Connecticut Slaughterhouses So We Can
See Behind Closed Doors
Address: 785 Middle St, Bristol, CT, 06010
Establishment No.: M5998
USDA Inspection Report: 9 Jan 2012
Violation: 416.2(h)(1), 416.2(b)(2)
Citation: The floor in the USDA office is not being maintained in a sanitary way. There is dried blood and dirt adhering to the floor from previous days operation. This is a noncompliance with 9CFR 416.2(b) (2) The employee dressing room is not being maintained in a sanitary way, I observed: -Cobwebs on the ceiling and corners of the room. -Flaky paint and dried blood from previous days operation on the walls and door. -Trash and dirty clothing on the floor. These insanitary conditions are a noncompliance of 9CFR 416.2(h)(1) Us Rejected tag # B40121392 has been applied to the main entry door of the locker room. These issues were discussed at the last weekly meeting dated 1/5/2012. When Arthur Barillaro was notified of this non compliance, he told me that the corrective actions would be taken later today and that the sanitary conditions would be restored before the start of operations tomorrow.
416.2(h)(1) Dressing rooms, toilet rooms, and urinals must be sufficient in number, ample in size, conveniently located, and maintained in a sanitary condition and in good repair at all times to ensure cleanliness of all per sons handling any product. They must be separate from the rooms and compartments in which products are processed, stored, or handled.
416.2(b)(2) Walls, floors, and ceilings within establishments must be built of dura-le materials impervious to moisture and be cleaned and sanitized as nec- essary to prevent adulteration of product or the creation of insanitary conditions.