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«INTERPRETATION MANUAL for the Rules and Regulations Food Service Chapter 290-5-14 Division of Public Health Environmental Health Branch 2 Peachtree ...»

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“Improving Georgia’s

food safety through stake

holders working together.”

INTERPRETATION

MANUAL

for the

Rules and Regulations

Food Service

Chapter 290-5-14

Division of Public Health

Environmental Health Branch

2 Peachtree Street, 13th Floor

Atlanta, Georgia 30303

Phone (404) 657-6534

www.georgiaeh.us

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface …………………………………………………….. i Acknowledgements ………………………………………... ii Introduction………………………………………………… vi PART-I Administrative Guidance to Interpretation of the Georgia

Food Service Rules and Regulations Chapter 290-5-14:

Interpretations……………………………………………... SECTION A Public Health Reasons and Administrative Guidelines …… SECTION B

PART-II Administrative Support:

Specialty Foods…………………………………………….. SECTION C Conducting a Risk-Based Food Service Inspection ……….. SECTION D Foodborne Illness Investigation Procedure………………… SECTION E Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) Title 26-2-370 …………………………………………………… SECTION F Food Safety and the Role of the Environmental Health Specialist …………………………………………………… SECTION G Code of Conduct …………………………………………… SECTION H Collaboration with Other Agencies …………….................. SECTION I Administrative Procedures for Variances ………………… SECTION J Forms & Documents………….…………………………… SECTION K

FOR PROFIT – MANDATED:

FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS:

Food Service Inspection Report Form………………….. K-1 Food Service Inspection Report Addendums …………... K-2a & K-2b Temporary Food Service Inspection Report Form.……… K-3 HACCP Plan Verification Inspection Form …………….. K-4 Permit Application Food Service Establishments and Mobile Food Service Operation Permit ………………… K-5 Revised: 01/13/2011 FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS: (continued) Application for Mobile Food Service Unit and Extended Food Service Unit Permit………………… K-6 Temporary Food Service Establishment Application Packet ……………………………...……… K-7 Food Service Permit……………………………………... K-8 Temporary Food Service Permit…………….…………… K-9 Mobile Food Service and Extended Food Service Unit Permit…………………………………. K-10 Instructions for Marking the Georgia Food Establishment Inspection Form: Rules and Regulations for Food Service Chapter 290-5-14………… K-11 Notice of Food Service Permit Suspension ……………... K-12

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Application for Certification of Continuing Education Units for Environmental Health Specialist Working in the Food Program ………………………………………. K-19 Continuing Education Participant Registry Form ……… K-20 Revised: 01/13/2011

STANDARDIZATION EXERCISE AND ADMINISTRATION:

Risk Control Plan ………………………………………… K-18 Georgia Standardization Nomination Form……………… K-21 Scoring Form …………………………………………….. K-22 Final Performance Form.. ………………………………... K-23 Standard-Trainer HACCP Plan Verification Summary ………………………………………………… K-24 Candidate’s HACCP Plan Verification Summary ……………………………..………………….. K-25 Standard-Trainer Checklist Form …………..……………. K-26 Comments For Standardization Documents Cover Sheet ………………………………….. K-27

OPTIONAL AND NOT MANDATED:

Georgia Conditional Employee and Food Employee Interview Form …………………………………………… K-28 Georgia Conditional Employee or Food Employee Medical Referral ………………………... K-29 Conditional Employee or Food Employee Reporting Agreement …………………………. K-30

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Temporary Nonprofit Food Service Inspection Report …... K-33 Application For Temporary Nonprofit Food Service Permit …………………………………………….. K-34 Temporary Nonprofit Food Service Permit ………………. K-35

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Guidelines For Approving A Hazard Control Program For The Preparation Of Certain Potentially Hazard Foods ……………………………………………… K-36 Hazard Control Plan ………………………………………. K-37 Hazard Control Plan Example …………………………….. K-38 Georgia Standardization Procedure………………………... SECTION L Important Contacts…………………………………………. SECTION M Referenced Applicable Federal Code of Registry………. SECTION N References………………………………………………….. SECTION O





Revised: 01/13/2011 Preface

The first Rules and Regulations for Food Service in Georgia were adopted in 1967 after enabling legislation was passed in 1964. Previously found in the Official Code of Georgia Annotated (O.C.G.A.) Title 26-2-373, this enabling legislation gave the power to the Georgia Department of Human Resources to establish reasonable standards of sanitation for food service establishments and the examination and condemnation of unwholesome food therein. As mandated by O.C.G. A. and as of July 1, 2009, the Georgia Department of Human Resources no longer exists; as a result, programmatic responsibilities in regards to food service establishment food safety have shifted to the Georgia Department of Community Health. With this shift in responsibilities, the current Rules and Regulations Food Service Chapter 290-5-14, as promulgated and adopted by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, will continue to be in effect. However, the Georgia Department of Community Health will administer Chapter 290-5-14. O.C.G.A continues to authorize County Boards of Health to adopt and promulgate supplementary rules and regulations, including the establishment of reasonable standards of sanitation for food service establishments consistent with those adopted and promulgated by the Department.

The Rules and Regulations for Food Service, Chapter 290-5-14, also referred to as the Georgia Food Code or the Chapter, are based on the United States Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Model Food Code. This interpretation manual reflects the Rules adopted in 2007, based on the 2005 FDA Model Food Code. In doing so, the Georgia Food Code assumes the same purposes and goals as that of the 2005 FDA Food Code, which is to safeguard public health and provide to consumers food that is safe, unadulterated, and honestly presented. These stated purposes and goals of the 2007 Georgia Food Code will be achieved through its establishment of definitions; setting standards for management and personnel, food operations, and equipment and facilities;

and providing for food establishment plan review, permit issuance, inspection, employee restrictions, and permit suspension and revocation.

i

Acknowledgements

Sincere thanks goes to members of the Food Service Rules & Regulations Implementation Advisory Committee and its Interpretation Subcommittee; and the General Sanitation Committee for their contributions leading to the creation of this 2009 edition of the Georgia Food Code’s (i.e., Chapter 290-5-14) “Interpretation Manual for the Georgia Rules and Regulations for Food Service”. Committees and Individuals are

recognized as follows:

Food Service Rules & Regulations Implementation Advisory Committee:

Dr. Elizabeth Andress – University of Georgia Extension Food Safety Specialist

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Dwain Butler – Environmental Health District Director, Southeast Health Unit, Waycross, GA Nancy Caldarola – Consultant, Hospitality Management & Organizational Development Concept Associates, National Restaurant Associatioin Dr. Michael Doyle – Regents Professor and Director, University of Georgia Center For Food Safety Susan Ebersbach –Attorney, Consumer Member-At-Large Frank Ferko - Director, Distribution, Food Safety and Quality U.S. Foodservice Amy Feuss – Georgia Division of Public Health Legal Officer Tonya Gray – Program Consultant, Georgia Department of Community Health/Division of Public Health/Environmental Health Section/Food, Tourist, Pools, and Training Unit.

Van Harris – Manager, Consumer Protection, Georgia Department of Agriculture Kevin Jones – Environmental Health Manager, Fulton County Department of Health and Wellness Dr. Steve Kenney –Quality Assurance Manager, Rare Hospitality International, Inc.

Dr. C. Harold (Hal) King – Manager Food Safety, Chick-fil-A Kimberly Livsey – Retail Food Specialist, FDA/ORA/Southeast Region

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Dr. Frank Ma – Asian Restaurant Council Mark Miklos – Vice President Food Safety and Training, Waffle House, Inc.

Lisa Moery – Former Public Information Officer, Georgia Department of Community Health/Division of Public Health/Office of Communications Captain Charles Otto – United States Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention James Pericaud – Environmental Health Specialist, Dougherty County Environmental Health Giles F. Roberts – Chairman of the Committee and Director of Food, Tourist, Pools, and Training Unit/Environmental Health Section/Division of Public Health/Georgia Department of Community Health Jim Sprouse – Executive Director, Georgia Hotel and Lodging Association

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Taka Wiley – Current Public Information Officer, Georgia Department of Human Resources/Division of Public Health/Office of Communications Pam Williams – Yumi Brands Ron Wolf – Executive Director, Georgia Restaurant Association

Interpretation Subcommittee:

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Dwain Butler - Environmental Health Program Director, District 9-2 Susan Ebersbach –Attorney, Consumer Member-At-Large Frank Ferko - Director, Distribution, Food Safety and Quality, U.S. Foodservice Mark Miklos – Vice President Food Safety and Training, Waffle House, Inc.

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Giles F. Roberts – Chairman of the Committee and Director of Food, Tourist, Pools, and Training Unit/Environmental Health Section/Division of Public Health/Georgia Department of Community Health.

General Sanitation Committee:

Tom Campbell –Environmental Health Director, Cobb-Douglas Health District 3-1 Sandra Coleman – CDC Environmental Health Specialist Net Food Coordinator Carla Coley – EHS, Houston County Health Department Jerome Deal – Environmental Health Director, West Central (Columbus) District 7-0 Todd Driver – EHS, Lamar County Health Department Jeff Gary – State Office Environmental Health Director - Retired Rodney Hilley – Environmental Health Director, LaGrange Health District 4-0 Melvin F. Jones – Environmental Health Director, Southwest (Albany) Health District Retired Todd Jones– Environmental Health Director, Northeast (Athens) Health District 10-0 James Pericaud – EHS, Dougherty County Health Department Maurice Redmond – Program Consultant, DHR/Division of Public Health/State Office Environmental Health Section Giles F Roberts – Program Director, DHR/Division of Public Health/Environmental Health Section/Food, Tourist, Swimming Pool, and Training Programs C. Dewayne Tanner – Chairman of the Committee and Environmental Health Director, Southwest (Albany) Health District 8-2 John Tebeau – Environmental Health Director, East Central (Augusta) Health District 6-0 Brad Wiggins – EHS, Bulloch County Health Department Mark Woody - EHS, Columbia County Health Department

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Appreciation is also given to all Environmental Health staff throughout the state who have reviewed drafts of this manual and have submitted comments.

Special Recognition:

The Division of Public Health/Environmental Health Section would like to give special thanks for the Alexandria Health Department Environmental Health Division, Alexandria, Virginia, in allowing their work to be incorporated within this Manual. In addition, the Division would like to further recognize the editors of the 2005 Food Code

City of Alexandria Pocket Guide for Food Operations. They are:

Frank Dickman, • Cecilia Escobar, • Mike Kasnia REHS (MD), and • Richard Michelback REHS, CFSP, Environmental Health Division, Alexandria • Health Department, Alexandria, Virginia.

Also, the Division of Public Health would like to recognize Kimberly Livsey, Janice D.

Buchanon and Van Harris for their work in the development of the Training CD, “Ethnic Foods Meeting the Challenge” of which is the source information for Section C – Specialty Foods in Part II of this Manual.

A very special thanks goes to Melinda Scarborough, former Program Director of the Food, Tourist, Swimming Pool, and Training Programs in the Environmental Health Section of the Division of Public Health, Georgia Department of Human Resources.

Her hard work and extreme dedication to advancing food safety in Georgia prepared the way for the development of this Manual.

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Biological and Chemical Agents:

• New pathogens have been detected following outbreaks.

• Some disease outbreaks have been associated with foods, which were previously thought to be non-potentially hazardous.

Environment:

• There is an increasing globalization of the food supply.

• Centralization of food processors is taking place and larger production facilities are being built.

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