Nev. Admin. Code § 453A.580 - Surfaces of equipment and utensils: Cleaning frequency

Each facility for the production of edible marijuana products or marijuana-infused products shall ensure that:

1. The surfaces of equipment and utensils that have direct contact with marijuana products are cleaned:
(a) Before each use with a different type of raw animal ingredient, including, without limitation, beef, pork or poultry;
(b) Each time there is a change from working with raw marijuana products to working with finished marijuana products;
(c) Between uses with raw fruits and vegetables and with potentially hazardous marijuana products and ingredients, using the appropriate time and temperature controls to ensure the safety of the marijuana products; and
(d) At any time during operation when contamination may have occurred.
2. If they come into contact with potentially hazardous marijuana products and ingredients, surfaces and utensils are cleaned throughout the day at least once every 4 hours.
3. The surfaces of utensils and equipment that have direct contact with marijuana products and ingredients that are not potentially hazardous are cleaned:
(a) At any time when contamination may have occurred; and
(b) In equipment, including, without limitation, ice bins and beverage dispensing nozzles, and enclosed components of equipment, such as ice makers, cooking oil storage tanks and distribution lines, beverage and syrup dispensing lines or tubes, coffee bean grinders and water vending equipment:
(1) At a frequency specified by the manufacturer; or
(2) If the manufacturer does not specify a frequency, at a frequency necessary to prevent the accumulation of soil or mold.


Nev. Admin. Code § 453A.580
Added to NAC by Div. of Pub. & Behavioral Health by R004-14, 3-28-2014, eff. 4-1-2014

NRS 453A.370

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