36 CFR 21.7 - Health examinations.

§ 21.7 Health examinations.
No employee who comes in direct personal contact with bathers or pool users will be permitted to enter duty without first undergoing a health examination, or remain in such employment without undergoing periodic health examinations, as required by the Superintendent, and being found free from any infectious or communicable disease.
Cross Reference:
For a list of communicable diseases included in the regulations of the United States Public Health Service, see 21 CFR 1240.54.

Title 36 published on 2013-07-01

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