SD Food Info
Minor violations do not directly cause foodborne illness, but are important factors in providing safe, wholesome and unadulterated food products. A minor violation does not pose an imminent health hazard, but if not corrected could possibly lead to an imminent health hazard.
HOT & COLD WATER AVAILABLE
Examples of minor violations include lack of warm water at the hand sink, lack of hot water at the prep sink or a janitorial sink.
- An adequate, protected, pressurized, potable supply of hot water and cold water shall be provided at all times [§113953(c), §114099.2(b), §114192, §114192.1, §114163a, §114195]
- The water supply must be from an approved water system [§114189, §114192(a)]
- An adequate, protected, pressurized, potable supply of hot and cold water must be provided [§114192(a) and §114192.1]
- Warm water (100°F) must be provided at the handwashing sink [§113953(c)]
- Hot water must be provided at the food preparation and janitorial sinks [§114163(a) and §114192]