Skip to comments.Revealed: NHS hospital kitchens overrun by mice and cockroaches—how 3 in 4 break food hygiene rules
Posted on 10/13/2013 10:53:18 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Hundreds of hospital kitchens across the country are dirty, have cockroach and mice infestations or are stocking out-of-date food, a MailOnline investigation has revealed.
Inspectors found that three-quarters of kitchens are flouting basic food hygiene rules while nearly a third were not properly cleaned.
Six NHS hospitals had mice, two had rats, five had cockroaches and another hospital had an unspecified problem with pests.
An analysis of 769 environmental health inspection reports revealed that 581 hospitals across Britain are breaking the rules.
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Most of the problems at the NHS could be easily corrected. All handbooks, signs, and instructions should be written in Pakistani, Indian, Nigerian, Polish, Czeck.. German, French, and any other native language normally used by employees in addition to the minority that use English. Use of international signs could help but translating a 300 or 400 page manual to international signs might be a bit cumbersome although there is probably a high ranking NHS supervisor who might wish to try it.