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When restaurants, hotels and retail stores endure lengthy closures, many local health departments may require facilities to be reinspected before opening their doors to the public. Learn from UL’s Everclean® food safety and sanitation experts on how implementing a Pre-Reopening Audit™ (PRA) can help you prepare for reopening day.
What is UL’s Pre-Reopening Audit™ (PRA)?
UL’s Pre-Reopening Audit™ (PRA) is designed for facilities that may have had to cease operations due to pandemics, fires, flooding or other crisis-related events. During a period of inactivity after a crisis, conditions in a restaurant, hotel, retail store or other food service establishments may have changed, affecting the facility’s ability to operate in a clean and sanitary manner. Local health departments may require a facility that has been closed due to a crisis to be re-inspected prior to reopening. The focus of these re-inspections are imminent health hazards* that may delay or prevent a reopening of a facility.
A PRA evaluates a facility’s cleanliness and sanitation procedures, and identifies potential issues, to help businesses with timely reopening.
*Imminent Health Hazards as defined in the Model Food Code and in Local Health Codes.