SFDPH Open Data SFDPH Open Data

created May 25, 2012

updated Dec 30, 2013

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The Health Department has developed an inspection report and scoring system. After conducting an inspection of the facility, the Health Inspector calculates a score based on the violations observed. Violations can fall into: high risk category: records specific violations that directly relate to the transmission of food borne illnesses, the adulteration of food products and the contamination of food-contact surfaces. moderate risk category: records specific violations that are of a moderate risk to the public health and safety. low risk category: records violations that are low risk or have no immediate risk to the public health and safety. The score card that will be issued by the inspector is maintained at the food establishment and is available to the public in this dataset. Follow the link to get file specifications and the most recent zipped archive.

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http://www.sfdph.org/dph/EH/Food/score/default.asp
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SFDPH Open Data SFDPH Open Data

created May 25, 2012

updated Dec 30, 2013

Description

The Health Department has developed an inspection report and scoring system. After conducting an inspection of the facility, the Health Inspector calculates a score based on the violations observed. Violations can fall into: high risk category: records specific violations that directly relate to the transmission of food borne illnesses, the adulteration of food products and the contamination of food-contact surfaces. moderate risk category: records specific violations that are of a moderate risk to the public health and safety. low risk category: records violations that are low risk or have no immediate risk to the public health and safety. The score card that will be issued by the inspector is maintained at the food establishment and is available to the public in this dataset. Follow the link to get file specifications and the most recent zipped archive.

Activity
Community Rating
Current value: 2.0 out of 5
Your Rating
Current value: out of 5
Raters
2
Visits
4142
Downloads
1900
Comments
9
Contributors
0
Meta
Category
Public Health
Permissions
Public
Tags
san francisco, environmental health, department of public health, dph, sfdph, restaurant scores, sanitary scores, inspections
Licensing and Attribution
Data Provided By
Department of Public Health
Source Link
http://www.sfdph.org/dph/EH/Food/score/default.asp
License
Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported