KSC, TITLE 12. EDUCATION & HEALTH
Chapter 12. Public Health
Section 12.1201. Toilets;
disposal of human excreta.
(1) By regulation the Department of Health Services provides:
(a) standards for a toilet; and
(b) restrictions on the disposal of human intestinal excreta outside a toilet.
(2) An inhabited dwelling place has a toilet.
Section 12.1202. Service establishments.
The Department of Health Services
establishes standards of sanitation to be maintained by an owner, operator, or
employees of a bakery, restaurant, food store, barber shop, beauty parlor, or
establishment regularly servicing the public. The Department inspects an
establishment at reasonable intervals during business hours to determine
compliance with the standards.
Food offered for public sale is subject to
inspection by the Department of Health Services which, when finding food
intended for human consumption to be unsanitary or of questionable sanitary
condition because of contamination, spoilage, or animal or insect infestation or
adulteration, may destroy the food, require its use as animal food, or require
it to be labeled to describe its condition.
Section 12.1204. Schools.
By regulation the Department of Health
Services provides for health and sanitation standards for schools. A
schools is subject to inspection by the Department. After due warning and
advice a private school's failure to comply with regulations may result in
revocation of its charter by the Governor.
Section 12.1205. Tobacco.
By regulation the Department of Health Services provides for random, unannounced, and periodic inspections of retail establishments to ensure compliance with Section 13.535.
Added by State Law 5-181.