Imminent Health Hazard (or Public Health Hazard) in Food Safety

What is Imminent Health Hazard (or Public Health Hazard) in Food Safety?

Imminent Health Hazard (or Public Health Hazard) in Food Safety meaning A practice in a food establishment that immediately threatens public health and that if found during a NYC Department of Health inspection must be corrected before the restaurant can reopen or be awarded a grade.   See also: Critical Violation in Food Safety, Food Establishment Inspection, General   Violation in Food Safety

 

reference: NYC Glossary for RESTAURANTS & BARS

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