Help ! Where to report?

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  • Help ! Where to report?


Answer #1 | 15/12 2013 15:15
File a complaint to the ocr stating that you feel the child is a health risk. you can embellish if you want but they shouldn't let their kid run around anyway so they deserve whats coming.
Answer #2 | 15/12 2013 16:42
Might this site help:
Answer #3 | 16/12 2013 13:22
If you've complained to management I think it's time to tell them that it's costing them business and don't go back.
Answer #4 | 17/12 2013 05:11
Report for what? There is no law being broken. If you don't like it, go somewhere else.
Answer #5 | 15/12 2013 16:59
if it were me -- and its not... at this stage, I'd contact the local Board of Health, a regulatory agency that has to do with proper, workplace protocol -- and the Better Business Bureau (if this restaurant is a member). I'd do this by dated letter-- after first calling to verify the proper department/officials to whom to address each letter. I can indicate at the bottom of my information: who is receiving a copy of it (including my letter-file) -- so that each recipient will know how the information is being shared -- which may be worthwhile to solving the problem in the long-run. snail-mail the letters by registered letter (thru a Post-Office Clerk) -- so that the receipt of these letters can be proven to you, by signature upon each one's arrival. (ask the Clerk about this easy procedure if you're not familiar with it.) the distraction & curiosity of an unsupervised 3-year-old -- around food being prepared for public consumption -- is potentially a danger to the quality of the food, for every imaginable reason. not only that, but I agree how its not customary or appropriate for children to be underfoot in such an environment. from your description, its imaginable that the child may be in potential danger by "playing around the wrong customers' table" at the wrong time --and so on. I feel you have a valid concern -- as well as being annoyed by it of course. who honestly wouldn't be? kids are great -- when in the best environment for children -- and for all of course. thanks for considering my personal thoughts -- and similar, past experience-- about your worthwhile question. hopefully I've somehow helped you to arrive at your-own, most-satisfying conclusion. best wishes to all concerned.

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