Putting Glass Walls on Illinois Slaughterhouses So We Can See Behind Closed Doors
Lincoln Provision, Inc.

Address: 824 W. 38th Place, Chicago, IL 60609
Establishment No.: m1077

USDA Inspection Report: 08 Nov 2011

Code: 01C01
Violation: 310.22(e)(1), 310.22(e)(3), 416.16(a), 416.16(c)

Citation: During Record Review I noticed that the Daily BSM/SRM Segregation of cattle log was missing the record and not available for review at the end of the shift 11/07/11. I a lso informed office management 11/08/11that the record was not recorded, signed, dated or initialed of that day'soperation when; I reviewed records for the 2nd time. The record was not availa ble for review on the SSOP Record LPI Form 35.The documentation of the implementation and monitoring of SRM/BSM was not documented in the log for date of 11/07/2011. The establishment received carcassess from the [redacted] slaughter plant., [redacted] was immed iatley informed of the issue. According to [redacted] had an emergency for Germany and [redacted] was to fill out the document correctly; but stated he'd verified the carcasses for BSM/SRM. This procedu re was unable to be verified since the record was not available at time of the record review verification for the record.

Regulation:

310.22(e)(1) Procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials. (1) Establishments that slaughter cattle and establishments that process the carcasses or parts of cattle must develop, implement, and maintain written procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials. These procedures must address potential contamination of edible materials with specified risk materials before, during, and after entry into the establishment. Establishments must incorporate their procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials into their HACCP plans or Sanitation SOPs or other prerequisite programs.

310.22(e)(3) Establishments that slaughter cattle and establishments that process the carcasses or parts of cattle must routinely evaluate the effectiveness of their procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials in preventing the use of these materials for human food and must revise the procedures as necessary whenever any changes occur that could affect the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials.

416.16(a) Each official establishment shall maintain daily records sufficient to document the implementation and monitoring of the Sanitation SOPís and any corrective actions taken. The establishment employee(s) specified in the Sanitation SOPís as being responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the procedure(s) specified in the Sanitation SOPís shall authenticate these records with his or her initials and the date.

416.16(c) Records required by this part shall be maintained for at least 6 months and made accesable available to FSIS. All such records shall be maintained at the official establishment for 48 hours following completion, after which they may be maintained off-site provided such records can be made available to FSIS within 24 hours of request.

Next Report: USDA Inspection Report: 14 Nov 2011
Previous Report: USDA Inspection Report: 21 Oct 2011

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