EXERCISES, LESSON 7
INSTRUCTIONS. Answer the following exercises by marking the lettered response that
best answers the exercise, by writing the answer in the space provided at the end of the
exercise, or by making entries on the form provided. After you have completed all the
exercises, turn to "Solutions to Exercises" at the end of the lesson and check your
answers. For each exercise answered incorrectly, reread the material referenced with
SITUATION: You are inspecting the loading dock at a full-service food facility
and make the following observations:
Observation 1. As you enter the area, you become aware of an unpleasant odor.
You check the grease trap and discover that it is the source of odor. There
appears to be some but not a lot of flies near the trap. There is no evidence of
Observation 2. You then examine the solid waste storage area. There are only
two containers for the whole area. Both containers are filled to capacity and are
covered with lids. Paper bags filled with garbage and or rubbish have been
placed beside the containers. Some bags have torn and their contents have
spilled. The manager states that the waste is collected frequently.
Observation 3. You note that the back door closes completely and the door
screen is free of tears and holes.
Refer to this situation when answering the following exercises.
1. Which observations would you regard as unsatisfactory, if any?
2. If any observations are recorded as unsatisfactory, briefly describe why they