Columbia, SC (WLTX) - A follow up to a story we told you about Thursday night regarding Benedict College's food services.
The Department of Health and Environmental Control now says they plan to offer the kitchen staff remedial training on ways to help improve their score.
During our weekly Restaurant Report Card, we found Benedict's temporary dining facility scored a 52 C during their routine inspection on September 7th. Three days later on the follow up inspection, it scored a 75 percent.
DHEC says they have not found any imminent health hazards requiring a shut down. Another follow up inspection will take place.
We again asked Benedict college Friday about the situation with their food services, and hat they are doing to address the problems found during those inspections.
They sent us the following statement:
"Benedict College is aware of the issues surrounding the DHEC citation. The College along with Perkins Food Management Services has resolved the majority of the issues as of today."