The food safety program is here to protect the public from foodborne illness by educating food workers about safe food handling practices and conducting regular inspections of food service establishments.
Active Managerial Control Materials
Active Managerial Control (AMC) is the purposeful use of policies and procedures in the food establishment to control foodborne illness risk factors. Every person in charge must have active managerial control and ensure food safety requirements are followed. These sample template forms are part of an Active Managerial Control Toolkit to assist food establishment operators interested in developing policies and procedures for review, training, and monitoring food safety risks.
- Active Managerial Control and Certified Food Protection Manager (Word)
- Bare Hand Contact with Ready-To-Eat Foods (Word)
- Date Marking (Word)
- Employee Health Plan (Word)
- Food Employee Illness Log (Word)
- Pet Dogs on Premises (Word)
- Refilling Consumer-owned Containers (Word)
- Vomit and Diarrhea Clean-up Plan (Word)
Inspection Reports - CLICK HERE
For more details on inspection results: https://healthspace.com/Clients/Washington/GraysHarbor/Web.nsf
TEMPORARY FOOD SERVICE
Food Worker Card Information
- GET YOUR FOOD WORKER CARD ONLINE
- Washington State Food & Beverage Workers Manual
- Online Food Worker Card Assistance: 1-800-204-4418 (TOLL FREE) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Food and Beverage Establishment Permit Application (NEW establishments, Change of Menu, New Owner)
- Building & Remodeling Information
- Guidelines for Mobile Food Services
- Mobile Food Unit Application
Food Application Process
- After you have submitted your application and plan review fee, an Environmental Health Specialist will review your plans to ensure compliance with the Washington State Retail Food Code, Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 246-215.
- Once reviewed, an Environmental Health Specialist will contact you to discuss any concerns that may need to be addressed.
- A pre-operational inspection will be scheduled when all construction has been completed, equipment is in place and functioning, and the establishment has been cleaned.
- All plan revisions must be submitted in writing to Grays Harbor County for review. Failure to do so could lengthen the application process.
RECALL INFORMATION AND SAFETY ALERTS - CLICK HERE