Investigation and control—Obtaining information—Personal history of illness, medical examination, and specimen analysis (2009 FDA Food Code 8-501.10).
The regulatory authority shall act when it has reasonable cause to believe that a food employee or conditional employee has possibly transmitted disease; might be infected with a disease in a communicable form that is transmissible through food; might be a carrier of infectious agents that cause a disease that is transmissible through food; or is affected with a boil, an infected wound, or acute respiratory infection, by:
(1) Securing a confidential medical history of the food employee or conditional employee suspected of transmitting disease or making other investigations as deemed appropriate; and
(2) Requiring appropriate medical examinations, including collection of specimens for laboratory analysis, of a suspected food employee or conditional employee.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 43.20.050
. WSR 13-03-109, § 246-215-08500, filed 1/17/13, effective 5/1/13.]