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(Effective until January 1, 2016.)

WAC 246-359-565

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Cooking facilities.

(1) Individual dwelling units. Cooking facilities in individual dwelling units must be sufficient to meet the requirements of WAC 246-358-125, temporary worker housing cooking and foodhandling facilities;
(2) Common use cooking facilities. Cooking facilities separate from sleeping units and used by multiple individuals or families must:
(a) Meet the requirements of WAC 246-358-125, temporary worker housing cooking and foodhandling facilities;
(b) Comply with WAC 296-307-160, WISHA;
(c) Be located within one hundred feet of the dormitory structure; and
(d) Have mechanical ventilation installed with a one hundred cubic feet per minute (CFM) intermittent fan or a twenty-five CFM continual fan, vented to the outside for each cooking unit.
(3) Dining halls with cooking facilities. Cooking facilities which are to be provided by the licensed operator for temporary workers residing in the temporary worker housing must comply with:
(a) WAC 246-358-125(3), dining hall rules for temporary worker housing;
(b) WAC 296-307-160; and
(c) Chapter 246-215 WAC, food service sanitation rules.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 70.114A.081. WSR 99-03-065, § 246-359-565, filed 1/18/99, effective 2/18/99.]
(Effective January 1, 2016.)

WAC 246-359-565

Food-handling and eating facilities.

(1) All food-handling and eating facilities must meet the requirements of WAC 246-358-125.
(2) Common food-handling facilities. Common food-handling facilities must:
(a) Be covered and enclosed or screened;
(b) Provide mechanical ventilation in all enclosed food-handling facilities installed with a one hundred cubic feet per minute (CFM) intermittent fan or a twenty-five CFM continual fan, vented to the outside for each cooking unit. Fan intakes must be located directly above or behind each cooking unit; and
(c) Provide one sink per eight burners.
(3) Common eating facilities must be covered and enclosed or screened with adequate tables and seating for the occupants.
(4) Dining halls. Food-handling facilities which are to be provided by the licensed operator for temporary workers residing in the TWH must comply with:
(a) WAC 246-358-125, dining hall rules for TWH; and
(b) Chapter 246-215 WAC, food service sanitation rules.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 70.114A RCW and RCW 43.70.334 through 43.70.340. WSR 15-13-091, § 246-359-565, filed 6/15/15, effective 1/1/16. Statutory Authority: RCW 70.114A.081. WSR 99-03-065, § 246-359-565, filed 1/18/99, effective 2/18/99.]