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During a tenancy
Routine inspections are carried out to ensure the property is well cared for by the tenant and to check if there are any repair, maintenance or health and safety issues. The first routine inspection can be carried out at any time after the tenancy agreement has commenced, providing that the property manager/owner has provided a minimum 7 days' notice for entry, using an Entry notice (Form 9).
A routine inspection is not a housework inspection; the person inspecting the property should appreciate that people are living there. However, the tenant should have the property in good condition on the day of inspection and a list of items to consider is set out below.
As part of the maintenance inspection inside and outside the rental property, property managers/owners may also:
check for any water leaks, evidence of pests, damage or deterioration to the property
ensure any inclusions and property fixtures are working
look at any future maintenance items that may need to be addressed.
Timeframes for routine inspections
Routine inspections cannot be carried out more than once every 3 months (unless the tenant agrees in writing).
The tenant must be given a minimum of 7 days' notice for entry, using an Entry notice (Form 9).
Entry can be at a specific time or a property manager/owner can give a 2-hour window (e.g. entry to occur between 9-11am).
For rooming accommodation residents, an Entry notice (Form R9) must be given with a minimum of 48 hours notice for entry to the residents rooms. Entry to common areas can happen at any reasonable time.
The tenant should inform the property manager/owner of any maintenance issues as soon as they occur. Most property managers/owners prefer non-urgent requests in writing.
When maintenance issues are reported, other inspections may be carried out in response to specific issues such as a leaking tap or stove element not working.
Routine inspection checklist
Many property managers provide checklists for routine inspections.
Things for the tenant to consider may include:
cleaning and tidying the property
routine cleaning (e.g. dusting, sweeping/vacuuming and cleaning kitchen and bathroom surfaces)
removing any mould from surfaces
repairing any damage
lawn mowing and gardening
tidying up outside areas (e.g. decks, patios).
Problems found during the inspection
If on inspecting the property a significant breach is found, the property manager/owner may issue the tenant a breach notice to rectify the issue.
A significant breach by a tenant involves any of the following:
using the property for an illegal purpose
exceeding the number of occupants allowed to live at the property
keeping a pet at the property without the property owner/manager’s permission
a matter caused by the tenant that will cost more than the equivalent of one weeks rent to fix.
Entry notice (Form 9)
The Entry notice (Form 9) is used to give notice to tenants about an entry by the lessor/agent.
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Entry notice (Form R9)
The Entry notice (Form R9) is given to residents when the agent or manager/provider wants to gain entry to their room on a particular date.
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Understanding Food Establishment Inspections
Updated Wednesday, June 27, 2018 This document is intended to provide guidance and assistance to those who review the food safety inspections of food establishments in the District of Columbia. The supporting information is taken directly from Title 25 DC Food and Food Operations.
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Understanding Food Establishment Inspections
Updated Wednesday, June 27, 2018
This document is intended to provide guidance and assistance to those who review the food safety inspections of food establishments in the District of Columbia. The supporting information is taken directly from Title 25 DC Food and Food Operations.
What are health inspection reports?
The District’s food inspection report online database contains a searchable range of inspections conducted by the Food Safety and Hygiene Inspection Services Division from 2007 through current. The selected inspection will appear in the form of a PDF or HTML document under a particular facility. The PDF files are inspections that have been downloaded into the system for historical purposes. The HTML report inspections are divided into two categories: The inspection was conducted after July 1, 2010, OR the inspection was inputted directly into the system from the paper formatted copy left with the establishment, starting from April 1, 2010. The HTML format is intended to provide the reader with a clearly visible understanding of the inspection conducted.
What is the purpose of an online database?
Beginning July 1, 2010, the Division began entering inspections from April 1, 2010, into the Digital Health Inspection System in order for the documents to be easily viewed online. All new inspections are reviewed and approved by the Program Manager prior to posting on the web. Inspections are made available online after a review by the program manager. This review can be as soon as 24 hours or as long as 7 days depending on the violations cited and other information contained in the report. Complainant information is not available for public view by law. Some inspections are subject to a more extensive review and thus may not appear online for some time. In some cases, an inspection may be removed from the site and reposted at a later time.
What information is included in an inspection report?
The health inspection form contains the following information:
Establishment Information: The establishment name, address, phone number, Basic Business License (BBL) number and BBL license period, establishment type, type of inspection, e-mail address, and risk category will appear in the top left-hand portion of the inspection sheet.
The top right-hand portion of the inspection sheet will give a summary of critical and noncritical violations found during the inspection. The Corrected On Site (COS) portion indicates that the violation was corrected on site during the course of the inspection and thus does not count towards a possible reinspection. A violation that can not be corrected on site will result in a reinspection or correction notice. A 5-day reinspection is generated when a food establishment has a critical item that was not corrected on site during the initial inspection. A 45-day correction notice or reinspection is generated when a food establishment has a noncritical violation left uncorrected during the original inspection. The certified food protection manager (CFPM) on duty will appear under the summary once it has been entered into the DHD system. If not seen in this area, the CFPM will be entered into the inspector comments section located at the bottom of the sheet.
The food establishment’s trash contractor, pest control contractor and grease collections company will be listed in the area below the CFPM section.
What types of inspections do health inspectors conduct?
Inspection Type:Routine: An unannounced periodic inspection conducted as a part of an ongoing regulatory scheme based on the establishment’s risk category.Follow-up Inspection: This is an inspection for the specific purpose of re-inspecting items that were not in compliance at the time of the routine inspection. These may occur either 5-days or 1- days after the initial findings.HACCP: This is an inspection where it is determined whether the critical limits of critical control points are being met. This inspection focuses on those portions of the regulations where violations could directly cause foodborne illness.Complaint: This is an inspection conducted as a result of a complaint received by the health department. The specifics of the complaint will be evaluated and discussed with the person in charge.Pre-Operational: This type of inspection ensures that a facility is “up to code” with respect to the placement of sinks, refrigeration and heating elements and other items found in a facility. The inspection is conducted prior to the facility opening for business. An extensive menu and plan review are also conducted prior to receiving approval to open.License Renewal: This type of inspection is conducted in order for a food establishment to renew their basic business license.
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05/11/2022 Health College answered
Which of the following is conducted during a routine inspection of a food establishment conducted by a regulatory authority?
A.Identifying food safety violations
B.Sampling wastewater for laboratory analysis
C.Editing all safety data sheets (SDS)
D.Reviewing purchasing specifications for chemicals
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