Operational Plan Requirements
The Washoe County Health District may require a permit holder to submit an operational plan to protect against health hazards. An Operational Plan is a written and approved document that details specific practices or procedures that are intended to ensure that:
A. An establishment is maintained in a clean and sanitary condition; or
B. Activities associated with the establishment’s operations do not compromise public health.
The submittal of an Operational Plan requires a plan review fee which can be found on our Fees page under "Operational Plan - Initial Review"
For process specific resources, additional checklist are provided below
SOP References for Operators:
- Employee Handwashing and Employee Hygiene SOP
- Three-compartment Sink
- Chemical Sanitizing Dish Machine
- Employee Training Procedures
- High Temperature Dish Machine
- Employee Health and Exclusion SOP
For additional information, contact the food safety team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last modified on 09/21/2020