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Have your eyes ever started to sting and turn red when you were swimming, playing, or relaxing in a pool? Did you think it was because of the chlorine in the water? Have you ever walked into an indoor pool area, gotten a whiff of a strong chemical smell, and thought, “Wow, there’s a lot of chlorine in the pool?”
Building Connection Through Open Converstations
Deeper connections are something we can help create for both Deeper connections are something we can help create for both ourselves and others. Start close to home (or better yet, at home) by learning how to be a better listener and practicing the skill regularly.urselves and others. Start close to home (or better yet, at home) by learning how to be a better listener and practicing the skill regularly.
FDA Advises Consumers, Tattoo Artists, and Retailers to Avoid Using or Selling Certain Tattoo Inks Contaminated with Microorganisms
The FDA is alerting consumers, tattoo artists, and retailers of the potential for serious injury from use of tattoo inks that are contaminated with bacteria. Tattoo inks contaminated with microorganisms can cause infections and lead to serious health injuries when injected into the skin during a tattooing procedure, since there is an increased risk of infection any time the skin barrier is broken.
Food Facility Forms and Applications
Unless specifically stated, forms and applications may be turned in at any of our three locations: Click here for list!
Below you will find all the forms and applications you need for new or existing food facility, special events, mobile food units, Cottage Food Operations, exemptions, and a list of all food related fees.
Thinking of buying a food facility? Read this first: Becoming Owner of an Established Fixed Food Facility.
|All Food Related Fees||Download a list of all 2017 - 2018 related food fees
|Commissary Authorization Form||Commissary Authorization for Mobile Food Facility (MFF)
|Get the facts about Cottage Food Operations. Includes a partial list of approved cottage food categories.|
|Cottage Food Operation Application CLASS A||Cottage Food Operation Class A products cannot be sold to retail food facilities, wholesale, or by mail order. Products cannot be sold out of state. Internet sales must be picked up or delivered in person within county.|
|Cottage Food Operation Application CLASS B||Cottage Food Operation Class B products can be sold to retail food facilities, wholesale, or by mail order. Products cannot be sold out of state. Internet sales must be picked up or delivered in person within the county.|
|Event Organizer Packet Application||Special event/temporary food facility information.|
|Non-Profit Event Organizer Packet Application||Special event/temporary food facility information for non-profits|
|New Food Facility Application/Change of Permit||Application form for a new or change of permit.|
|Food Facility Plan Check PC-1 with instructions||A construction guide for any person intending to construct or remodel a food establishment within Monterey County. It is intended to serve as a general overview of the requirements and should not be considered all-inclusive.|
|Mobile Food Plan Check Review Form||Form for reviewing Mobile Food Plan Check
|Mobile Food Written Operational Procedures||Form for limited food prep mobile food facilities. Environmental Health shall review and approve the written operational procedures prior to operation. An approved copy shall be kept on the mobile food facility (MFF) at all times when in operation. The following must be completed and returned to this office for approval before a permit is issued.
|Mobile Food Vendor Agreement
||Form for Mobile Food Vendor Advisory and agreement
|Non Profit Fee Exemption Request||Non profit charitable organizations are entitled to 4 fee exemptions per year for fund raising events that do not exceed 72 hours each. To apply for fee exemption please submit the request on your organizations letterhead at least 10 business days prior to event.|
|Procedures for Obtaining Processed Food Registration||California Health and Safety Code (H&SC) Section 110460 requires businesses that manufacture, repack, label, or warehouse processed food products in this State to register with the Department of Health Services, Food and Drug Branch (FDB). The registration acts as the firm’s basic health permit to manufacture or warehouse processed food within California.|
|Temporary Food Facility Application Packet||Checklist, Fees, & Application for Temporary Food Facility Permit|
|Veteran Exemption for Food Facility Fees Application||This exemption is in accordance with Section 16102, Business and Professions Code; which allows Every soldier, sailor or marine of the United States who has received an honorable discharge or a release from active duty under honorable conditions from such service may hawk, peddle and vend any goods, wares or merchandise owned by him, except spirituous, malt, vinous or other intoxicating liquor, without payment of any license, tax or fee whatsoever, whether municipal, county or State, and the board of supervisors shall issue to such soldier, sailor or marine, without cost, a license therefor.|
|Workers Comp Affirmation English and Spanish||Form for Workers Comp Affirmation in English and Spanish|
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