FY 2012 PASADENA FOOD INSPECTION TABLET SYSTEM PROJECTRESEARCH GRANT PROGRAMCITY OF PASADENA PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENTFunding Opportunity Number: RFA-FD-12-027Project Abstract -Agency Name: City of Pasadena Public Health DepartmentProject Name: Pasadena Food Inspection Tablet Inspection System ProjectContact: Dr. Eric G. Walsh, Health Officer/Director, (626) firstname.lastname@example.orgThe City of Pasadena Public Health Department is submitting an application to developa Food Inspection Tablet System (FITS) in response to the FDA funding announcement'Building the Capacity of State, Local, Territorial, and Tribal Food Regulatory Agenciesto Undertake Examinations, Inspections, and Investigations and other related FoodSafety Activities under section 702 of the FD & C Act (U18).The proposed project will develop and implement a tablet-based model inspectionsystem and measure the system's capacity to conduct efficient inspections and otherrelated food safety activities in the City of Pasadena. Requested funding for theproposed 36-months project is $300,000, for the funding period of Sept 1, 2012 throughAug 30, 2015.The application will include iPad/ tablet food safety inspection checklists for restaurantinspections and food trucks. Assuring that a restaurant meets safety and cleanlinessstandards is the goal behind developing this application. The wireless iPad/ tabletapplication would be less laborious to manage than using pen and paper. The proposedFood Inspection Tablet System (FITS) will improve food safety handling, technicalcapability, and act as an effective tool in foodborne disease prevention, for the City ofPasadena, and can be adopted by jurisdictions in Southern California and nationwide.!
FY 2012 PASADENA FOOD INSPECTION TABLET SYSTEM PROJECT RESEARCH GRANT PROGRAM CITY OF PASADENA PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT Funding Opportunity Number: RFA-FD-12-027 Project Narrative - Agency Name: City of Pasadena Public Health Department Project Name: Pasadena Food Inspection Tablet Inspection System Project Contact: Dr. Eric G. Walsh, Health Officer/Director, (626) 744-6166 email@example.com 1. To promote effective management of foodborne illness risk factors and improve compliance based on section 702 of the FD &C Act. 2. Raise the productivity levels of food facility inspections involved in improved inspection quality, record maintenance and code enforcement. 3. Improved quality of service to the facility operator. !