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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Preparing for your Health Inspection with a “Mock Inspection” Can Help You Get an “A”

No matter how prepared you think you are for your restaurant’s Health Inspection, it is almost impossible to predict what types of violations you will be charged with when the inspector arrives.  As any restaurant owner knows, the difference between an “A” letter grade and a “C” letter grade is huge – both in terms of your ability to bring in customers and in the amount of fines.  Now, you can better prepare for these inspections by scheduling an on-site “Mock Health Inspection” conducted by inspectors from the NYC Hospitality Alliance. Many of our clients have raved about these mock inspections and have found them to be invaluable.

At the mock inspection, an inspector will arrive announced or unannounced, point out violations and teach employees how to correct these violations, and provide a report with suggestions on how to prepare for your real inspection. The mock inspection itself costs $150 per hour and lasts approximately 1.5 – 2.5 hours.  These costs are minimal compared to the hundreds (or thousands) you will save in fines.

To become a member and/or schedule your inspection, you can contact the NYC Hospitality Alliance at (212) 582-2506 or info@theNYCalliance.org.


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