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2.40.060 Other procedures.
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A. Red Item Violations.

1. Notification to Food Establishment. The food program sanitarian will notify the owner/operator of the existence of red item violations by noting such on the inspection form and discussing with the person in charge of the food establishment’s operation at the time of the inspection.

2. Disposition of Red Item Violations. The food program sanitarian will note on the inspection form the disposition of all red item violations, corrective actions taken, and dates of reinspection.

3. Failure to Correct Red Item Violations. Failure to correct red item violations immediately (or within 72 hours when allowed for a specific item) will result in suspension of the food establishment permit. The food program supervisor may allow an additional time for correction in unusual circumstances when correction cannot be made in the time allocated and when a serious public health hazard does not result from such extension.

B. Blue Item Violations.

1. Notification to Food Establishment. The food program sanitarian will notify the owner/operator of the existence of blue item violations by noting such on the inspection form and discussing with the person in charge of the food establishment’s operation at the time of the inspection.

2. Correction of Blue Item Violations. Blue item violations that are judged to represent a serious hazard or to present direct jeopardy to the safety of food preparation will be treated like red item violations (example, lack of hot water). Blue item violations judged not to present an immediate public health hazard including those requiring major physical alteration and remodeling will be placed upon a schedule of compliance, established through discussion between the Health District and the operator.

C. Appeal of Permit Denial.

1. Any decision of the Health District with respect to applications for food establishment permits made pursuant to these rules and regulations may be appealed.

2. Any appeal of a decision of the Health District with respect to applications for permits under these regulations must be done in accordance with Chapter 1.20 SHDC, Right of Appeal. [Res. 01-18. Res. 96-24. Res. 95-16, Eff. 05/09/95. Res. 93-32, Eff. 11/09/93. Res. 90-01. Res. 88-59. Res. 85-43. Prior code § 10.2(VI)].

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