Dinning Halls undergo health inspections

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Asya Fields

You walk into Dining Commons with your friends, slide your Eagle ID and walk in, and prepare to stuff your belly with the unlimited amount of options available every day at the Dining Commons.

The majority of freshmen and the occasional upperclassman have experienced the wide range of joy and despair that Dining Commons can bring. Reports of dirty plates and utensils are common among students, but do those accounts carry any weight? It begs the question:

How thoroughly are the employees of Dining Commons being trained in health precautions?

“All of our full time employees are Serve Safe Certified and they all go through this process,” Greg Crawford, the director of residential dining for Eagle Dining said.

These training precautions are mandatory to become a staff member. All employees are constantly doing some type of training while on the job. It is a complete learning environment at all times.

“We watch a video where they explain situations that we may come across and how we should handle it,” Jessica McCall, junior Dining Commons employee, said.

In reference to health scores, the dining hall has been doing very well the past couple of years, and the heads of the Residential Dining Services expect that trend to continue. These scores are available to the general public at http://ga.state.gegov.com.