Effective Date: 08/19/1992
Title: SubPart 14-1 - Food Service Establishments

SUBPART 14-1
FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS

Sec.

PURPOSE

14-1.1 Purpose

PUBLIC HEALTH HAZARDS

14-1.10 Definition of imminent health hazard


FOOD SERVICE ESTABLISHMENT

14-1.20 Definitions of food service establishment and caterer
14-1.21 Definitions of food processing establishment and commissary
14-1.22 Definition of person
14-1.23 Definition of law
14-1.24 Definition of frozen desserts
14-1.25 Definition of adequate

FOOD SUPPLIES

14-1.30 Definition of food
14-1.31 Food; definitions of contamination and potentially hazardous food;
food sources; hermetically sealed foods

14-1.32 Definition of hermetically sealed container
14-1.33 Milk and milk products and substitutions; fresh and frozen
shellfish; eggs; pasteurization, packaging and labeling

14-1.34 Microbiological standards; potentially hazardous foods
14-1.35 Packaging of smoked fish and smoked fish products

FOOD PROTECTION

14-1.40 Food protection; potentially hazardous food, temperature and
refrigeration requirements

14-1.41 Reservice of unused potentially hazardous food and unused,
unprotected food prohibited

14-1.42 Storage of food removed from original containers or packages
14-1.43 Storage of food; general requirements
14-1.44 Refrigerated storage
14-1.45 Hot storage

TRANSPORTATION

14-1.50 Transportation


TOXIC MATERIALS

14-1.60 Poisonous and toxic materials; restrictions; labeling and storage

PERSONNEL

14-1.70 Employee health
14-1.71 Employee cleanliness
14-1.72 Employee consumption of food and use of tobacco, hair restraints
14-1.73 Personnel training

FOOD PREPARATION AND SERVICE

14-1.80 Food preparation and service
14-1.81 Washing of fruits and vegetables
14-1.82 Cooking of potentially hazardous foods
14-1.83 Reheating
14-1.84 Dry milk and dry milk products
14-1.85 Product thermometers
14-1.86 Thawing of potentially hazardous foods
14-1.87 Service of milk and milk products, dairy or non-dairy creaming and
whitening agents, condiments and ice; dispensing utensils use and storage

14-1.88 Display and service of food

EQUIPMENT AND UTENSILS

14-1.90 Construction
14-1.91 Equipment and utensils; materials permitted and prohibited
14-1.92 Equipment lubrication
14-1.93 Equipment construction; cleanability
14-1.94 Equipment construction; in-place cleaning
14-1.95 Equipment acceptable
14-1.96 Definitions relating to equipment and utensils
14-1.97 Single-service articles; when required

EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

14-1.100 Supplies and equipment; location
14-1.101 Equipment installation
14-1.102 Aisles and working spaces

EQUIPMENT AND UTENSIL CLEANING AND SANITATION

14-1.110 Cleaning frequency
14-1.111 Manual facilities
14-1.112 Definition of sanitization; general requirements
14 1.113 Mechanical cleaning and sanitizing
14-1.114 Drainboards
14-1.115 Mechanical dishwashing machines
14-1.116 Drying
14-1.117 Wiping cloths

WATER SUPPLY

14-1.120 Water supply
14-1.121 Bottled water
14-1.122 Steam

SEWAGE

14-1.130 General

PLUMBING

14-1.140 Plumbing
14-1.141 Definition of indirect drain
14-1.142 Toilet facilities
14-1.143 Handwashing facilities

GARBAGE AND REFUSE
14-1.150 Garbage and refuse storage and disposal

INSECT AND RODENT CONTROL

14-1.160 Insect and rodent control

CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES

14-1.170 Floors
14-1.171 Walls and ceilings
14-1.172 Cleaning; general requirements
14-1.173 Cleaning of floor cleaning tools
14-1.174 Lighting
14-1.175 Ventilation
14-1.176 Dressing rooms and areas
14-1.177 Locker area

MISCELLANEOUS

14-1.180 Premises
14-1.181 Living areas
14-1.182 Laundry facilities
14-1.183 Animals
14-1.184 Religious, fraternal and charitable organizations

ENFORCEMENT

14-1.190 Permits, application, fees, issuance, inspection
14-1.191 Pre-operational review
14-1.192 Term of permits; nontransferable
14-1.193 [RESERVED]
14-1.194 Enforcement
14-1.195 Access
14-1.196 Embargo
14-1.197 Suspension of permits
14-1.198 Closure
14-1.199 Hearings
14-1.200 Emergency occurrences, reporting of foodborne disease
14-1.201 Waiver
14-1.202 Separability


Volume: A
Statutory Authority: Public Health Law, Section 225