25.0142 Employee health-Certificates of examination.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 25.0142]

No person suffering from a communicable disease, or known to be, or suspected of being a carrier of a communicable disease or having open and unprotected cuts or lesions, shall be employed in a meat market or permitted to remain on the premises. Each employer shall have in his possession a certificate in writing for each employee from the director of health, stating that the employee has been thoroughly examined and the employee is found to be not suffering from any disease in a communicable stage. Such certificate shall show the date of examination and shall not be accepted as in compliance with this section after a period of 12 months from that date. Both employer and employee shall be held responsible for violation of the requirements of this section.

History: Pub. Health Reg. 4, eff 13 Aug 64, § 13.