Nev. Admin. Code § 446.758 - Servicing area

Current through March 28, 2022

1. A mobile unit must operate from an approved servicing area and must report daily to that location for supplies, cleaning and servicing operations, unless otherwise approved by the health authority.
2. If the mobile unit operator is not the permit holder of the servicing area, a letter from the permit holder authorizing use of the facility must be provided to the health authority.
3. A written agreement, signed by the permit holder of the servicing area, must be provided to the health authority before the mobile unit is operated. The written agreement must state that the approved food establishment is willing to allow the mobile unit to:
(a) Store food products inside the food establishment;
(b) Use the facilities of the food establishment for the maintenance of hot and cold potentially hazardous food (time/temperature control for safety food), and utensils and equipment;
(c) Deposit used cooking grease and refuse in the food establishment's trash disposal and grease rendering facilities;
(d) Prepare food items that will be served inside the mobile unit; and
(e) Be allowed full access to the food establishment during hours or days in which the food establishment might not otherwise operate.
4. In the event that the servicing area lessens its scope of food preparation, changes ownership or is out of business for any reason, the mobile unit must cease operations and immediately advise the health authority.
5. A servicing area that is located outside the jurisdiction of the health authority may be approved if:
(a) The operator of the mobile unit satisfies the requirements of this chapter and obtains a permit issued pursuant to the provisions of NRS 446.875;
(b) Provides a copy of a valid health permit issued by the health authority which has jurisdiction; and
(c) Provides a copy of the most recent health inspection.
6. There must be a location provided for the flushing and drainage of liquid waste separate from the location provided for potable water servicing and for the loading and unloading of food and related supplies.
7. Food storage and preparation in a servicing area must be separate from the area used for vehicle servicing operations such that no contamination of food storage or preparation areas occurs.
8. Vehicle cleaning and in-place cleaning of nonfood-contact surfaces of equipment not requiring sanitization must be done with potable water and must be done in a manner which will not contaminate the mobile unit's food storage or food preparation areas or equipment.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 446.758
Added to NAC by Bd. of Health by R069-10, eff. 12-18-2013

NRS 439.200, 446.940

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