A SCORE OF 70 TO 100 COMPLIES WITH HEALTH DIVISION STANDARDS
A SCORE BELOW 70 FAILS TO COMPLY WITH HEALTH DIVISION STANDARDS
Restaurant scores are a way of indicating overall management practices and have a direct bearing on the management of a facility. They are not a means of saying a facility is safe or unsafe. Facilities that consistently maintain high scores are indicators that the facility has a good management team, and that Health Division Standards are being followed. Facilities that fail to meet the minimum score of 70 or more during the re-inspection the facility can be closed.
CRITICAL VIOLATIONS INCLUDE:
- Personal hygiene is inadequate: handwashing, soiled clothing, hair not tied back
- Potentially hazardous foods held at improper temperatures
- Raw or ready-to-eat foods are not protected from cross contamination
- Raw animal foods are improperly cooked
Click the pdf file below for restaurant scores*
*NOTE: Only restaurant scores are listed, not violations. For complete inspection results including a list of the violations, please contact Josephine County Environmental Health and refer to the specific restaurant you are inquiring about. Many factors go into determining the overall inspection score, and just because a facility receives a score of 100 does not necessarily mean that no violations were called. A facility can receive a score of 100, yet may still have one or more core violations. Additionally, some facilities that are closed for any number of reasons when an inspection is to occur automatically receive a score of 100.
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