PERSONNEL

Section 14-5.70 - Employee health

PERSONNEL

14-5.70 Employee health. No person is to work in a food vending machine operation:

(a) in a capacity which can result in contamination of food or food-contact surfaces with disease-causing organisms;

(b) while infected with a disease in a communicable form capable of transmission by food;

(c) who is otherwise a carrier of organisms that cause such disease; or

(d) while afflicted with a boil or infected wounds on hands, face or other exposed part of the body.

Effective Date: 
Friday, February 22, 1985
Doc Status: 
Complete

Section 14-5.71 - Employee cleanliness

14-5.71 Employee cleanliness.

(a) Employees are to maintain a high degree of personal cleanliness and are to conform with good hygienic practices when working in food vending machine operations. Employees are to wash their hands and exposed area of arms thoroughly with soap and warm water before starting work, and as often as may be necessary to remove soil and contamination. Thereafter, employees are to wash hands thoroughly after using the toilet, smoking, sneezing, coughing, eating, drinking, or otherwise soiling their hands before returning to work. Employees are to keep their fingernails clean and neatly trimmed.

(b) Tobacco in any form is not to be used by employees while engaged in food vending machine servicing, or while washing equipment or utensils, or where its use will result in contamination of food, equipment or utensils.

Effective Date: 
Friday, February 22, 1985
Doc Status: 
Complete

Section 14-5.72 - Personnel training

14-5.72 Personnel training.

The permit-issuing official may establish and conduct or designate training programs and require owners and/or operators of food vending machine operations to attend them.

Effective Date: 
Friday, February 22, 1985
Doc Status: 
Complete