Current through Register Vol. XXXVIII, No. 51, December 23, 2021
23.1. Food service management training or
workers' training may be provided by the local health departments at the
discretion of the local health officer.
23.2. Food service management training
courses shall satisfy the local health officer that the training of management
personnel will result in suitable training for the other food service workers
within that particular food service establishment.
23.3. For the protection of the public, the
local health officer may advise a medical examination of a food service worker
by a physician approved by the local health officer. In addition, the local
health officer may exclude the individual from specific work activities until
the exam is completed and the individual no longer presents a threat to public
23.4. The local health
officer may require any laboratory examinations necessary to detect any
condition in the food service worker or in the food service facility in which
the worker is working, whether or not for compensation, which might constitute
a hazard to the public's health.