Senate Bill 03-163
|The Amendment to the Bill|
Sixty-fourth General Assembly
STATE OF COLORADO
LLS NO. 03-0545.01 Duane Gall SENATE BILL 03-163
CONCERNING NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC OF THE RESULTS OF HEALTH INSPECTIONS CONDUCTED AT RETAIL FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS.
Requires conspicuous posting of the completed inspection report form from the most recent health inspection conducted at a retail food establishment. Specifies 3 options for the placement and manner of such posting.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Colorado:
SECTION 1. 25-4-1606 (3), Colorado Revised Statutes, is amended to read:
25-4-1606. Licensure - exception - display of license and inspection reports. (3) (a) Every license and certificate of license granted pursuant to this section shall specify the date granted, the period of coverage, the name of the licensee, and the name and address of the licensed establishment. All licenses shall be conspicuously displayed at
all times in the licensed establishment.
(b) THE REPORT OF EACH INSPECTION CONDUCTED PURSUANT TO SECTION 25-4-1604 (1) (e) SHALL SPECIFY THE DATE ON WHICH THE INSPECTION WAS CONDUCTED AND A DESCRIPTION OF ANY VIOLATIONS FOUND. A COPY OF THE COMPLETED INSPECTION REPORT FORM FROM THE MOST RECENT INSPECTION SHALL BE CONSPICUOUSLY DISPLAYED AT ALL TIMES IN THE LICENSED ESTABLISHMENT, IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:
(I) IF THE PUBLIC ENTRY DOOR TO THE ESTABLISHMENT INCORPORATES PLATE GLASS OR OTHER TRANSPARENT MATERIAL LARGER THAN NINE INCHES WIDE AND TWELVE INCHES HIGH, THE REPORT FORM SHALL BE DISPLAYED IN A TRANSPARENT ENVELOPE OR POCKET MOUNTED ON THE TRANSPARENT PORTION OF THE DOOR.
(II) IF THE PUBLIC ENTRY DOOR DOES NOT MEET THE DESCRIPTION IN PARAGRAPH (a) OF THIS SUBSECTION (3), THE REPORT FORM SHALL BE DISPLAYED IN OR ADJACENT TO THE MENU DISPLAY.
(III) IF THE ESTABLISHMENT HAS NEITHER A MENU DISPLAY NOR AN ENTRY DOOR MEETING THE DESCRIPTION IN PARAGRAPH (a) OF THIS SUBSECTION (3), THE REPORT FORM SHALL BE PROMINENTLY DISPLAYED ON OR ADJACENT TO THE CASH REGISTER.
SECTION 2. Effective date - applicability. (1) This act shall take effect September 1, 2003.
(2) However, if a referendum petition is filed against this act or an item, section, or part of this act during the 90-day period after final adjournment of the general assembly that is allowed for submitting a referendum petition pursuant to article V, section 1 (3) of the state constitution, then the act, item, section, or part, shall not take effect unless approved by the people at a biennial regular general election and shall take effect on the date specified in subsection (1) or on the date of the official declaration of the vote thereon by proclamation of the governor, whichever is later.
(3) The provisions of this act shall apply to health inspections conducted on or after the applicable effective date of this act.
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