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Review of Hotel and Restaurant Regulation, Report No. 96-24, December 1996
 
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  • In 1995, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration noted that Florida's Hotel and Restaurant Regulation program did not discourage repeat violations. This problem has not been resolved.
  • The program could improve its effectiveness and possibly reduce costs by adopting a risk-based inspection system and targeting its resources to those food and lodging establishments that pose the greatest public health risk.
  • Weaknesses in the program's management information system, management turnover, and the lack of an effective performance assessment system have contributed to these problems.

Which Government Program Summaries contain related information?

Hotel and Restaurant Regulation

What other OPPAGA-related materials are available?

  • Report No. 07-41 Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations and Makes Progress in Meeting Inspection Goals, published in October 2007.¬†
  • Report No. 05-51 OPPAGA Report: Division of Hotels and Restaurants Improves Operations But Not Meeting Inspection Goals, ¬†published in November 2005.
  • Report No. 98-15 Follow-up Report on Hotel and Restaurant Regulation, published in October 1998.

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