Code of Virginia - Title 35.1 Hotels, Restaurants, Summer Camps, And Campgrounds - Chapter 2 Regulations
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- 35.1-11 Regulations generally
The Board shall make, adopt, promulgate, and enforce regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this title and to protect the public health and ...
- 35.1-12 Emergency orders and regulations; Commissioner vested with authority of Board
The Board may make separate orders and regulations to meet any emergency not provided for by general regulations for the purpose of suppressing conditions dangerous ...
- 35.1-13 Regulations governing hotels
Regulations of the Board governing hotels shall provide minimum standards for, but shall not be limited to: (i) food preparation and handling; (ii) physical plant ...
- 35.1-14 Regulations governing restaurants; advisory standards for exempt entities
A. Regulations of the Board governing restaurants shall include but not be limited to the following subjects: (i) a procedure for obtaining a license; (ii) ...
- 35.1-14.1 Certain uses of sulfiting agents prohibited
The use of sulfiting agents as preservatives on raw fruits and vegetables is prohibited. No restaurant licensed under this title shall direct or allow its ...
- 35.1-14.2 Donations of food to charitable organizations
A. Any restaurant, licensed by the Department of Health pursuant to this title and any processor, distributor, wholesaler or retailer of food, including, but not ...
- 35.1-15 Training materials
The Commissioner shall cause to be written materials designed to provide information on training for the prevention of disease transmission, symptoms of communicable disease, personal ...
- 35.1-16 Regulations governing summer camps
The regulations of the Board governing summer camps shall include, but not be limited to: (i) an approved drinking water supply; (ii) an approved sewage ...
- 35.1-17 Regulations governing campgrounds
A. The regulations of the Board governing campgrounds shall include minimum standards for (i) an approved drinking water supply; (ii) an approved sewage disposal system; ...
Last modified: April 3, 2009