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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36. Public Health and Safety § 36-641. Lavatories, change and bath facilities required;  obscene pictures or writing prohibited;  violation;  classification

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A.?For the maintenance of public health, proper bathrooms, wash rooms, toilets and a heated change room immediately contiguous to the works shall be provided by every person, whether owner or operator, engaged in the treatment or reduction of ores or metals, in cement works, in works using oils, cyanide, acids or quicksilver. ?The toilets shall be screened and ventilated with not less than one seat for each twenty-five persons, and one seat for each fraction of that number above ten, employed in the establishment. ?One shower bath shall be provided for every twenty-five men employed in the establishment with adequate wash room facilities.

The rooms and places shall at all times be open to employees and shall be kept in a clean and sanitary condition. ?A heated wash and change room shall be maintained contiguous to every mine employing twenty-five or more men.

B.?Any owner or operator of an establishment as provided in subsection A violating this section, and any person placing any obscene picture, writing or marking in or about the premises mentioned in subsection A, is guilty of a class 3 misdemeanor.

Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arizona Revised Statutes Title 36. Public Health and Safety § 36-641. Lavatories, change and bath facilities required;  obscene pictures or writing prohibited;  violation;  classification - last updated March 08, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/az/title-36-public-health-and-safety/az-rev-st-sect-36-641/


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