Disinfectant was not being used appropriately to achieve the required contact time. Pedicure foot basins were not being cleaned and disinfected between clients. Premise not maintained in a clean and sanitary manner.
Diseases resulting from similar errors in infection control may include:
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A complaint was identified from a member of the public on November 17, 2017, related to infection prevention and control concerns.
An initial onsite investigation was conducted on November 17, 2017.
|Improper storage of clean supplies (i.e. false eyelashes).||Store all supplies in a clean and sanitary manner.||Nov. 17, 2017|
|Work surfaces not maintained in a smooth, non-absorbent, readily cleanable manner (pedicure foot thrones and manicure stations observed with ripped/torn material||All work surfaces maintained in a smooth, non-absorbent, and readily cleanable manner.||Jan. 26, 2018|
|Disinfectant was not being used appropriately to achieve the required contact time (time the instrument must remain wet to achieve desired disinfection)||Soak all tools in disinfectant making sure the disinfectant is used for the correct amount of time||Jan. 24, 2018|
|Pedicure foot basins were not being cleaned and disinfected between clients.||Clean and disinfect pedicure foot thrones immediately after providing a service.||Jan. 17, 2018|
|Premise not maintained in a clean and sanitary manner.||Institute a regular cleaning schedule, and maintain premise in a clean and sanitary manner at all times.||Nov. 24, 2017|
In the event that a direct health risk is identified for clients who visited this establishment, Niagara Region Public Health will contact those at risk with advice around any medical follow-up.
For general updates regarding this investigation, continue to monitor this website.
Routine health inspection results for this establishment.