South Dakota Employee Hygiene in Food Establishments Poster
The Employee Hygiene in Food Establishments is a labor law posters poster by the South Dakota Department Of Labor and Regulation. This is an optional poster, so while it is recommended that you post this if it is relevant to your employees, you are not required to by the Department Of Labor and Regulation.
This poster from the South Dakota Department of Health provides a set of proper hygiene guidelines for food establishment employees to follow in order to maintain a clean and safe workplace.
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Employee Hygiene South Dak ota Office of Health Protection Food Code Fa ct Sheet #7 The Importance of Proper Hygiene or sm oking. Em ployees are the m ost im portant preventing foodborne illn ess. Good link in personal hygiene, i ncluding pr oper a nd f reque nt ha nd- washing, i s one of the best w ays to pre vent foodborne illness. Hand-was hing Always m ake sure that shed and hands are wa thor oughly dried before starting wor k, be tween tasks, before working with food products, equipment, utensils and linens, and after using the restroom , coughing or sneezing in your ha nds, eating, drinki ng, Cuts, Wounds, and Sores Any c uts, wounds, or open an d arms mu st b e co mp le sores on the ha nds tely co vered by a waterproof bandage. Wear single-use gloves over any banda ges on the ha nds and fingers. Hair Restraints Food em ployees are required to wear hair s hairnets, hats, scarves, or restraints such a beard nets that are effec tive in keeping their hair in control. This does not appl y t o counter staff who serve only dri nks or w rappe d f ood products, and wait staff or hostesses/hosts if they present a minimal risk of contamination. All em ployees m ust wear clean outer clothing o prevent contam ination of food, equi pm en Proper Work Clothing t t, tensils, linens, single-service and single-use rticles. er personal items must gs. If em ployees r out inely c hange ent, a room or area u a Personal clothi ng a nd oth be ke pt aw ay from food ha ndli ng and stor age areas. Em ployers m ust provide ade quate storage areas for em ployee’s personal belongi n clothing at the establishm m ust be de signated a nd used f or that pur pose. Suc h changing areas m ust be separate from food, clean equi pm ent and line n. Wearin g of Jew elry Jewelry shoul d be lim ited to plain-ba nde d rings onl y. Necklaces, bracel ets, earrings, and other ewelry should not be wo rn w he j n preparing or erving food (excluding m edical alert jewelry). s Eating, Drinking, & Using Tobacco All em ployees m ust eat, drink, or use tobacco onl y i n designated reas where contam ination to a food, equipm ent, ut ensils and other m aterials cannot occur. www.state.sd.us/doh June 30, 2004
Other South Dakota Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional thirteen optional and mandatory South Dakota labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://doh.sd.gov/documents/Food/EmployeeHygiene.pdf , updated April 2020
- South Dakota Labor Law Posters at http://dlr.sd.gov/employment_laws/posting_requirements.aspx
- South Dakota Department Of Labor and Regulation
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