It was handy.
Posted Oct 17, 2016
I have two relatively minor issues.
First, there was a fairly strong scent of cleaner in the bathroom. A little use of the A/C cleared that up.
The second was the misuse of gloves by the woman who was working in the breakfast area. ServSafe requires glove use to prevent bare skin contact with food that's ready to eat. It is not required for handling non-food items. I observed the staff person using the same gloves to replace the coffee carafes, replenish the coffee cups and lids, clean tables, and leave the breakfast area to perform another task. For glove use to be effective in avoiding food contamination, they should be changed when tasks change. Perhaps an inservice would be helpful.
Unfortunately, I have seen this at many such breakfast areas. In my work as a nurse, I have seen staff who do not really understand why they're wearing gloves.