OAR 291-061-0051
Cleanliness of Employees


All staff/inmates shall wear clean outer garments and shall maintain personal cleanliness, grooming, and hygienic practices at all times while engaged in preparing or serving food and drink, or washing and storing utensils and equipment.


No staff/inmate shall resume work after using the toilet room without first washing hands. Except when one handwashing lavatory is allowed under Food Sanitation Rule, OAR 333-150, section 5-203.11(A), after using the toilet facility, food employees shall wash their hands twice, first at a handwashing lavatory in the toilet facility and again at handwashing lavatory in the food preparation area. Hand washing must be thoroughly done before beginning work and must be repeated upon any change of tasks; handling of unwashed or raw foods; after cleaning jobs; or after coughing, sneezing, scratching or other activity that could contaminate the hands.


Effective hair restraints shall be used by all staff/inmates to prevent hair from contacting or falling into food or onto food contact surfaces.


Eating and drinking by staff/inmates shall be prohibited while they are preparing, serving, or handling food.


All inmate workers assigned to the Food Services Section shall shower and change clothes daily.

Source: Rule 291-061-0051 — Cleanliness of Employees, https://secure.­sos.­state.­or.­us/oard/view.­action?ruleNumber=291-061-0051.

Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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