Retail Food: helps prevent the spread of food borne illnesses through permitting and inspecting of food facilities for compliance with basic sanitary practices. The Food Protection Program includes the new cottage food operations, permanent and mobile food facilities, community events, and temporary food booths.
Housing & Institutions: helps protect occupant health and safety through routine, and complaint response inspections. This program focuses on substandard housing conditions including, bed bugs, mold, cockroaches, electrical hazards, & sanitary hazards.
Public Pools & Spas: (Recreational Health) helps prevent disease transmission and accidents through permitting and inspection of public swimming pools and spas.
Organized Camps Program: helps control the spread of infectious/communicable diseases, promote hand-washing and good hygiene, improve health monitoring by tracking injuries and illnesses to determine when, where, and how a camper or staff members health is being impacted.
Childhood Lead Program: helps prevent lead poisoning in children and young adults. Provides resources and management of childhood lead cases. There are approximately half a million U.S. children ages 1-5 with blood lead levels above 5 micrograms per deciliter (µg/dL), the reference level at which CDC recommends public health actions be initiated.
Body Art Program The Safe Body Art Act regulates tattooing, branding, body piercing, and permanent makeup. The ordinance requires all body art practitioners to annually register with the County, obtain annual blood-borne pathogen training, provide documentation of Hepatitis B vaccination status, obtain specific health information from clients, and obtain “informed consent” from clients.
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