Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park
 

Restaurant Inspection Database

Violation Explanation

Official Report Wording, Item #32

Toilet rooms enclosed, door closed, toilet paper & waste receptacle provided. (2 pts.)

PUBLIC HEALTH REASON

Adequate, sanitary toilet facilities are necessary for the proper disposal of human waste and for preventing the spread of disease by flies and other insects. Toilet rooms and toilet facilities must be of sanitary design and maintained clean and in good repair to motivate employees to maintain a high degree of personal hygiene by utilizing good sanitary practices and in turn prevent food contamination. Doors to toilet rooms must be kept closed to help prevent the possible spread of disease-causing microorganisms by the movement of flies or by other means between toilet facilities and food preparation areas. To minimize bare hand contact with fecal waste, dispensed toilet tissue must be supplied at toilets. Additionally, an adequate waste receptacle must be provided to dispose of any refuse.

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