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Marcellino, Mulberry Street, Manhattan, NY, USA, Marcellino, 178 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10012, USA
1 month ago
Date Closed: Feb 13, 2023
Reason for Closure:
Establishment is not free of harborage or conditions conducive to rodents, insects or other pests.
Raw, cooked or prepared food is adulterated, contaminated, cross-contaminated, or not discarded in accordance with HACCP plan.
After cooking or removal from hot holding,... See More TCS food not cooled by an approved method whereby the internal temperature is reduced from 140 °F to 70 °F or less within 2 hours, and from 70 °F to 41 °F or less within 4 additional hours.
Food, supplies, and equipment not protected from potential source of contamination during storage, preparation, transportation, display or service.
Pesticide not properly labeled or used by unlicensed individual. Pesticide, other toxic chemical improperly used/stored. Unprotected, unlocked bait station used.
Filth flies or food/refuse/sewage associated with (FRSA) flies or other nuisance pests in establishment’s food and/or non-food areas. FRSA flies include house flies, blow flies, bottle flies, flesh flies, drain flies, Phorid flies and fruit flies.
Evidence of rats or live rats in establishment's food or non-food areas.
Cold TCS food item held above 41 °F; smoked or processed fish held above 38 °F; intact raw eggs held above 45 °F; or reduced oxygen packaged (ROP) TCS foods held above required temperatures except during active necessary preparation.
Food contact surface not properly washed, rinsed and sanitized after each use and following any activity when contamination may have occurred.
Food Protection Certificate (FPC) not held by manager or supervisor of food operations.
Source: New York City Environmental Health Department. See Less
I received a mouse Amite ring in the mail today. I did not order this ring. I want to return it and I do not want to be charged for it. The stone is really poor quality.
Received a Moissanit ladies ring that I did not order. See Less
anonymous12625I received a ring
Safety Violations Of Health, Lee's International Foodmart, 1316 Clinton Avenue, Irvington, NJ, USA
5 months ago
This company has alot of violations they work without gloves. They also sell rotten crabs and fish to people who buy. They don’t throw anything away. The old stuff like rice with mouth poop and Rouches they mix with new ones and sell it. They leave the... See More fish out in the heat. They have a mouse and rouches problem big time. They have no Ventilations for the food or Meats. They have under age people working and Undocumented. Please send someone thats going to do the Job right in not get paid in leave.Thanks please send someone as soon as possible See Less
Rodents at Hunters Ridge Apartments Farmington Hills MI, Hunters Ridge, 31200 Hunters Dr, Farmington Hills, MI 48334, United States
6 months ago
Open door to community dumpster is located right where guests enter complex. Overflowing and trash left on the grounds. Different rodent species in different bldgs. See Less
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is investigating an outbreak of Salmonella infections across the province linked to reptiles and feeder rodents. As of July 22, 2022 , a total of 12 cases have been identified in 4 of 5 AHS Zones (North, Edmonton, Central, and Calgary). Investigation findings... See More have identified exposure to both snakes and feeder rodents (used as reptile food) as a likely source of the outbreak. Investigation into the facilities carrying feeder rodents is still ongoing.
Even if snakes and rodents appear to be healthy, clean and show no signs of illness, they can still carry Salmonella bacteria. Having indirect contact by touching their environments can put you at risk for developing a Salmonella infection.
To prevent direct or indirect spread of Salmonella to yourself or others, AHS advises following these simple steps to help reduce your risk of becoming ill from contact with reptiles (including snakes), rodents and their environments:
- Always wash your hands immediately after touching a reptile or rodent, and anything they eat, or after being in the area where they live, play or touch.
- Regularly clean with soapy water followed by a household disinfectant any surfaces or objects your reptile or rodent touches.
- Never kiss a pet rodent or reptile.
- Reptiles or rodents in homes, daycare centres, schools or other facilities with children aged 5 years and under is not recommended.
- Always supervise children when they touch or play with reptiles or rodents. Do not let them put reptiles and rodents or their supplies near their face or share their food or drinks with pets. Make sure they thoroughly wash their hands after touching reptiles or rodents.
- Do not clean or bathe reptiles and rodents in the kitchen sink or in bathroom sinks or bathtubs.
- Keep reptiles and rodents and all their food, containers and toys away from the kitchen and other places where food is made or eaten.
- Do not keep frozen feeder rodents in the same fridge or freezer as human food. Freezing rodents does not kill Salmonella.
- Always defrost and prepare frozen feeder rodents outside the kitchen, using dedicated utensils and containers.
- Be aware of the specific needs of your reptile. Stress for a reptile can increase shedding of Salmonella.
- Always keep reptiles and live rodents in habitats specifically designed for them.
- If you choose to have a reptile or rodent in your home, talk to your health care provider or veterinarian about the right reptile or rodent for your family, especially if your family includes children, pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals, or adults 65 years of age and over.
In case you are experiencing Salmonella symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.
Source: albertahealthservices.ca See Less
Power Outage, Groesbeck Ave, Lansing, MI 48912, USA
8 months ago
A rodent was to blame for an outage affecting more than 1,700 Board of Water & Light customers on Monday, the utility said. A squirrel bit into a primary line, causing an outage centered in the Groesbeck area.
Outage link: outages.lbwl.com
Published: 2022-07-11 See Less
Back yard grass is extremely high and worried that it may attract wildlife and rodents!!! See Less
Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, Kensington Dental Group, 4142 Adams Avenue, Suite 104, SAN DIEGO, CA, 92116, USA
1 year ago
T8 CCR3362(f) Employer is not addressing the infestation of rodents and cockroaches. refusing to hire a pest control services to address the issue. T8 3205(c)(3)(B)(3) Employer is not notifying staff of exposure of COVID-19 when an employee has tested positive.
Alleged Hazards: 2, Employees Exposed: 1
Source:... See More Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-12-23 See Less
Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, Aqua Spas, Inc, 6024 S College Ave, FORT COLLINS, CO, 80525, USA
1 year ago
1) Employees are potentially exposed to health hazards related to COVID-19. It was reported that employees with COVID-19 symptoms are not required to isolate from work, employees are not given time off to isolate or get the vaccine, the employer has not provided information and training to... See More employees related to COVID-19 and the workplace policies in place to help mitigate the spread, and mask use is not enforced. Contrary to 5(a)(1) of the OSH Act. 2) Employees are potentially exposed to safety hazards related to blocked exit routes. It was reported that multiple walkways throughout the facility are blocked and prevent accessible egress. Contrary to 29 CFR 1910.37. 3) Employees are potentially exposed to health hazards related to inadequate sanitation. It was reported that there is evidence of the presence of rodents in the service department offices, and management has not taken action to mitigate the issue. Contrary to 29 CFR 1910.141.
Alleged Hazards: 3, Employees Exposed: 20
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-11-15 See Less
Covid-19 OSHA Complaint, Karmanos Cancer Institute, 26700 Lahser Rd, SOUTHFIELD, MI, 48033, USA
1 year ago
1. We are a administrate office for the hospital but we have not been asked to self screen or keep records of self screening. 2. Sanitation is a issue, the bathrooms rarely have soap to wash your hands with and no hand sanitizer is available. 3. Cleaning... See More of the facility is nonexistent, the kitchen and lunch area are always dirty, it's extremely filthy and no one vacuums the suites either. 4. Due to the lack of cleaning mice have now become an issue, we are seeing them on a daily basis and mice feces is seen around the suites. 5. The pathways into the facility are not cleared or salted when it snows or is icy.
Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-12-08 See Less
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