Our Commitment to Safety

Mar 11, 2020

PREVENTATIVE CLEANING PROCEDURES


CLEAN

Food Contact Surfaces - such as prep tables, serving lines, equipment, door handles, bump bars, sneeze guard, handrails, beverage station, trash cans, bathroom surfaces, dining tables, highchairs, chairs, hand sinks, etc.

  • Fill a green bucket at least half full of detergent
  • Add a clean towel


SANITIZE

  • Verify titration for 200-400 ppm
  • Soak a clean towel in sanitizer from the dish sink
  • Place in a red bucket
  • Fill the red bucket at least halfway with sanitizer
  • Change sanitizer solution every two hours or as needed

*Sanitizer must be allowed to air dry to be effective. Do not use a towel to dry a sanitized surface.


DISINFECT

Food Contact Solution - Food contact surfaces, light switches, door handles and POS stations, dining room surfaces, sneeze guards, handrails, prep tables and the dish area.

  • Mix 1 Tbs unscented, chlorine bleach per gallon of water in a labeled bucket dedicated for disinfectant
  • Disinfect surfaces each morning and night, discard old solution, mixing new each time

Non-Food Contact Solution - Use on toilets, sinks and other high contact bathroom surfaces.

  • Mix 1/3 cup bleach per gallon of water in a labeled bucket dedicated for disinfectant
  • Disinfect surfaces each morning and night, discard old solution, mixing new each time


SERVING TRAYS

All serving trays are required to be cleaned as followed:

Daily Procedure

  • Fully wipe down each tray with a towel immersed in sanitizer solution and wrung out, let air dry before restacking for our guests to use.

Night Procedure

  • Take trays to the dish sink at the end of each day.
  • Follow dishwashing procedures for each tray. Clean, rinse, sanitize and air dry. The detergent needs to be in 110-degree water


HAND WASHING

The best way to prevent illness is by following good hand washing procedures.

Process

  • Run hands under warm water
  • Soap hands and scrub up to the wrists for a minimum of twenty seconds
  • Dry hands with disposable paper towels and then discard
  • Avoid touching your mouth, nose and other parts of the face.

Improper hand washing practices can cause illnesses. It occurs when hands contact an infected surface and then touch mouths, noses or other parts of the face. This helps eliminate the transfer of pathogens.

For more information or if you have any questions, please contact: guestsupport@costavida.com