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Pudliner Packing

Address: 167 Norton Rd, Johnstown, PA 15906
Establishment No.: m4999

USDA Inspection Report: 26 Jan 2011

Code: 01C02
Violation: 416.13(c), 416.5(a), 416.5(b)

Citation: At approximately 1010 hours on 01/26/2011 while monitoring the establishments operating procedures I found the following 01C02 deficiency. An associate exited the boning room proceeded outside the building then re-entered with his meat coat on. I stopped him immediately and rejected the meat coat with US reject tag # B35688400. This is in violation of 9 CFR 416.13(c) Each official establishment shall monitor daily the implementation of the procedures in the Sanitation SOP's. 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. Associate was informed of this deficiency and immediately put on a clean meat coat and washed and sanitized his hands before returning to his work station. was informed verbally and in writing by this noncompliance report of the employee hygiene deficiency. No product was involved in this noncompliance. No similar NRs were found in the last sixty days.

Regulation:

416.13(c) Each official establishment shall monitor daily the implementation of the procedures in the Sanitation SOP’s.

416.5(a) 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) 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. (c) Disease control. Any person

 

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