Do restaurant employees have to wear hairnets?
Some type of hair restraint is required of food service workers; however, this does not have to be a hair net. I noticed a dumpster left open in back of restaurant and trash scattered around the area, is this okay? Dumpsters must be kept closed and the area around them kept in a sanitary condition. We investigate any concerns regarding violations of this standard. Do restaurant employees need to wear gloves? No, gloves are not required to be worn by food service workers under normal circumstances; however, routine hand washing must be practiced. Certain restaurant chains do require their employees to wear gloves. Gloves can be a significant problem if workers get them dirty and continue to use them. A glove order may be issued when there is an active Hepatitis A outbreak. What is Hepatitis A? Hepatitis A is an inflammation of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus. The hepatitis A virus is found in the feces of infected persons. It is spread primarily by person to person contact. It