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Restaurant: LA QUINTA INN & SUITES
Address: 4900 Bryant Irvin Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76132-3616
County: Tarrant
Type: Hotel/Motel
Phone: 817-370-2700
Smoking: Non-Smoking Facility
Total inspections: 7
Last inspection: 05/03/2010
Score
100

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Inspection findings

Inspection Type

Date

Score

  • Water Quality Recording (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is___0__ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is____2___ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is_7.8_____.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job. Good job.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. (relabel the pipes, function)
    Corrective action: Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The body hook or shepherd's crook is damaged, broken or is not properly attached or maintained. needs a wing nut, not a peg Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained. (one light in the pool out)
    Corrective action: The body hook or shepherd's crook shall be repaired or properly attached and maintained. At each Class C pool, one light, strong, non-telescoping, non-conducting 12 foot long or longer pole with attached body hook or shepherd's crook and one throwing rope that reaches at least 2/3 the maximum pool width with firmly attached 15 - 24 inch Coast Guard approved ring buoy shall be mounted in a conspicuous place within 20 feet of the pool. Both shall be provided for each 2,000 square feet of water surface and shall be accessible. Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards.
  • CLOSURE NOTICE
    You are hereby notified that you must take immediate action to close your pool to the public until appropriate corrective actions are taken to safeguard the public from hazards detailed above in this report.
    Corrective action: Call when light is fixed and working on GFCI.
Regular Inspection05/03/2010100
  • Water Quality Violation (repeated violation)
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Current free available chlorine level is____.5___ ppm. Required level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm and is not met.
    Corrective action: Required water level for Chlorine-Free Available (spa) is 2.0 - 8.0 ppm. Water quality requirements in pools and spas shall meet standards detailed in figure 25 TAC, Section 265.204(a) of TDH Standards for Swimming Pools and Spas.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is__0__ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is__7.5___.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Overhead or underwater lighting is not safely or properly maintained. Light in the spa not working.
    Corrective action: Overhead or underwater lighting shall be maintained safely and according to standards. Call when the spa light is fixed and working on the GFCI
Regular Inspection05/03/2010100
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is__0___ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is__2______ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is_7.8______.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job. Good job.
Follow-up Inspection05/03/2010100
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is__0___ ppm.
    Corrective action: Good job.
  • COMMENT:
    Spa was in the process of refilling after light was replaced.
    Corrective action: Spa may reopen after balancing water chemistry.
Follow-up Inspection05/03/2010100
  • Wiping Cloths/Linens/Napkins/Sponges - GRP (corrected on site)
    Wiping Cloths/Linens/Napkins/Sponges - Use and storage.
    Sponges being used to wash equipment.
    Corrective action: Do not use sponges. Nylon scrubbers are allowed. Correct immediately.
  • Manager Demonstration of Knowledge/Certified Food Manager
    TFER 229.163(a) & (b)(1)-(3) (a) Responsibility, assignment. The permit holder shall be the person in charge or shall designate a person in charge and shall ensure that a person in charge is present at the food establishment during all hours of operation. (b) Knowledge, demonstration. Based on the risks of foodborne illness inherent to the food operation, during inspections and upon request the person in charge shall demonstrate to the regulatory authority knowledge of foodborne disease prevention, application of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point principles, and the requirements of these rules. The person in charge shall demonstrate this knowledge by: (1) complying with these rules by having no critical violations during the current inspection; (2) being a certified food protection manager who has shown proficiency of required information through passing a department approved examination; or (3) responding correctly to the inspector's questions as they relate to the specific food operation. TAC 25 Chapter 229 K (b) Food establishments shall have at least one certified food manager on staff. The establishment must be in compliance within 30 days of a change of ownership. Food manager training must be renewed prior to expiration date listed on card. In addition to the food manager's training certificate, the individual must also possess a current City of Fort Worth Food Managers card.
    Food Manager not trained.
    Corrective action: Obtain Food Manager Certification within 30 days.
Regular Inspection09/29/200997
  • Water Quality Violation
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained. No tests logged on the weekends.
    Corrective action: When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is___70____ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is_7.0______. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is____1________ ppm.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job. Good job.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    The rate of flow meter is not properly maintained. Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: A rate of flow meter shall be properly maintained to accurately (plus or minus 10%) indicate the rate of flow through the filter in gallons per minute. Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Waste Water Disposal
    TSSP&S 265.196 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Waste Water Disposal, page 48; TDSPSPC 337.77 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Waste water shall be released in compliance with TCEQ requirements, City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    There is a direct mechanical connection between the wastewater disposal system and a drain or recirculation system.
    Corrective action: Backwash or drain water shall be discharged through an air gap at least two times the diameter of the discharge pipe located above the overflow level. A splash screen barrier can be used to prevent water splashing.
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Pools/spas are not provided with properly designed or adequate handholds or railings. Loose handholds. Pool maximum user sign not available.
    Corrective action: Pools/spas shall be provided with handholds such as coping, rope, railing, ledge or deck along top edge of pool which provides slip-resistant surfaces. Pools/spas shall be provided with ladders, stairs or seat ledges that comply with handhold requirements and state standards.
  • Pool & Spa Operation and Maintenance
    Texas Health & Safety Code - Minimum Standards of Sanitation & Health Protection, Chapter 341.064 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). An owner, manager, operator or other attendant in charge shall maintain the pools, spas, bathhouses and the surroundings in a sanitary condition at all times.
    The deck/deck surfaces of the pool, spa, their component parts or bathhouse and its surroundings are not maintained in good repair. Shepards hook pole is in poor condition. Plaster appears to be deteriorating.
    Corrective action: Maintain the deck/deck surfaces pool, spa, their component parts or bathhouse and its surroundings in good repair at all times.
  • Suction Outlets and Return Inlets
    TSSP&S 265.190 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Suction Outlets and Return Inlets, pages 37 - 41; TDSPSPC 337.81 (Eff Jun 13, 1965). All suction outlets and return inlets shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    A spare main drain cover is not available on the property.
    Corrective action: A spare A112 approved drain cover must be available at the facility.
Regular Inspection06/17/2009100
  • Water Quality Violation
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 66 - 67 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Operational records of tests results are not maintained. Tests not logged on the weekends.
    Corrective action: When tests are required, operational records of tests results shall be maintained for two years and shall be made available to the Director or his/her representative upon request.
  • Water Quality Recording
    TSSP&S 265.204 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Water Quality, pages 36 - 39 and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Pool/spa operators and managers shall maintain the quality of water in all pools and spas to comply with City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current cyanuric acid level is_30___ ppm. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current pH level is___7.1__. Thank you for maintaining good pool water quality. The current free available chlorine level is_______4_____ ppm.
    Corrective action: Good job. Good job. Good job.
  • COMMENT:
    Paper report.
  • Circulation System
    TSSP&S 265.187 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Circulation System, pages 33-35; TDSPSPC 337.66 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). All circulation systems shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Exposed piping is not labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow.
    Corrective action: Exposed piping shall be labeled to identify the piping function and direction of flow. The name of the liquid or gas and arrows indicating direction of flow shall be permanently indicated on the pipe.
  • Suction Outlets and Return Inlets
    TSSP&S 265.190 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Suction Outlets and Return Inlets, pages 37 - 41; TDSPSPC 337.81 (Eff Jun 13, 1965). All suction outlets and return inlets shall be designed, constructed, installed, maintained and operated to comply with all applicable provisions of the City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    A spare main drain cover is not available on the property.
    Corrective action: A spare A112 approved drain cover must be available at the facility.
  • Handholds Specific Safety Features
    TSSP&S 265.199 (Eff Oct 1, 1999) - Specific Safety Features, pages 52 - 60; TDSPSPC 337.80,TDSPSPC 337.93,TDSPSPC 337.96 (Eff Jun 13, 1965) and FW Ordinance #12156-Sec 16.459-462 (Sep 12, 1995). Safety features and equipment shall be designed, constructed, installed and maintained to comply with all applicable provisions of City of Fort Worth Ordinances and the State Standard.
    Spa maximum user load signage not available.
Regular Inspection06/17/2009100




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