Q: How does an establishment earn the recognition of being an Employee Health Achiever?
A: The person-in-charge of the establishment must:
- Show proof of providing– and the food worker acknowledging–an Employee Health Agreement (confirmed during your routine inspection);
- Include the five required parts in the facility’s Employee Health Policy [signs and symptoms of disease, the 6 diseases reportable to the local health authority, when to restrict food workers, when to exclude food workers and when workers may return to work] (confirmed during your routine inspection); and
- Score 100% on our online Employee Health & Hygiene quiz (the quiz can be retaken as often as needed, though it may require either the deletion of temporary internet files and cookies or the use of a different browser for each attempt):
Q: Once a facility has been added to the online Employee Health Achievers list, can the listing be removed as a result of a bad inspection score/grade?
A: Removal of a listing would not be based solely on an inspection score/grade. If the listed facility is found to be non-compliant with Employee Health requirements for two consecutive food service inspections, their facility name and address will be removed from the Employee Health Achievers page.