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P and N Packing

Address: Rd#2, Box 180, State Rt. 187, Wyalusing, PA 18853
Establishment No.: m4763

USDA Inspection Report: 5 Jan 2012

Code: 01B02
Violation: 416.5(a), 416.5(b)

Citation: On 1/5/2012 at approximently 0715 while preforming Pre-Operational Sanitation procedures I noted that the employees equipment wasn't properly cleaned from the previous days production. The employees aprons and some of their hand equipment (knives,scabbards,saftey gloves) had blood and fat particles on them. This is a non-compliance with 9 CFR 416.5(a) and 416.5(b). 416.5 Employee hygiene.(a) Cleanliness. All persons working in contact with product, food-contact surfaces, and product-packaging materials must adhere to hygienic practices while on duty to prevent adulteration of product and the creation of insanitaryconditions. (b)Clothing. Aprons, frocks, and other outer clothing worn by persons who handle product must be of material that is disposable or readily cleaned. Clean garments must be worn at the start of each working day and garments must be changed during the day as often as necessary to prevent adulteration of product and the creation of insanitary conditions.

Regulation:

416.5(a) Cleanliness. All persons working in contact with product, food-contact surfaces, and product-packaging materials must adhere to hygienic practices while on duty to prevent adulteration of product and the creation of insanitary conditions.

416.5(b) Clothing. Aprons, frocks, and other outer clothing worn by persons who handle product must be of material that is disposable or readily cleaned. Clean garments must be worn at the start of each working day and garments must be changed during the day as often as necessary to prevent adulteration of product and the creation of insanitary conditions.

 

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