Daycare Facilities

Inspection Form

CT Public Health Code, Section 19a-79-1a thru 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

Food Service Establishments

CCHD Fee Schedule (effective 7/1/17) 

Food Service Establishment Guidance Packet for New Businesses

New Food Establishment Check List

Food Service Establishment License Application Form

Food Establishment Plan Review Application Form

Application for Use of Time Only as a Control for Potentially Hazardous Foods Form

Designated Alternate Form (QFO)

Choking Poster (8.5 x 11) pdf

 

Mobile Vendor Food License Application Form

Mobile Vendor Information Sheet

Base of Operations Form

Farmers Market Seasonal Food Service Application Form

 

Temporary Food Service Application Form

Temporary Food Service Establishment Inspection Form

 

Short Term Power Outage Guidelines

Long Term Power Outage Guidelines

Motels

Central CT Health District Sanitary Code -   (See Chapter 4)

Motel License Application Form

Motel Inspection Form

 

 

Salons (Barber, Beauty, Nail)

CCHD Sanitary Code (See Chapter 5)

Barber, Beauty, Nail Salon License Application

Salon Inspection Form

Salon Plan Review Checklist

Salon Plan Review Application Form

A Guide for Nail Salon Workers (OSHA)

Septic Systems

Application for Soil Testing Addition Review

Investigation for Sewage Disposal System

Permit to Construct/Repair Application

Septic System As-Built Form 

Standpipe Monitoring Form

Construction of a Monitoring Well

Checklist for Septic System Design Plan

CCHD Fee Schedule

Swimming Pools (Public)

Public Pool License Application

Public Pool Inspection Form

Public Swimming Pool Operators Manual

CCHD Sanitary Code (See Chapter 3)

Virginia Graeme Baker (VGB) Pool Safety Act

Backyard (Private Home) Swimming Pool Brochure

 

 

   

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Public swimming pools are inspected on a routine basis to ensure compliance with the requirements of the CT Public Health Code. There are 25 seasonal and 8 year-round public pools in the District. Inspections focus on pool water chemistry/disinfection, safety equipment, filtration and general cleanliness.

The term “Public Pool” includes schools, health clubs, motels/hotels, apartments, condominiums and private clubs. Public pools must obtain an annual license from the District to operate. “Complaints” concerning the operation or condition of a public pool should be directed to a District office.

Inspection Forms and Documents

Links

State of CT Dept of Public Health Recreation Program--Public Swimming Pools

Pool Safely--Simple Steps to Ensure Pool Safety

Consumer Products Safety Commission --Virginia Graeme Baker (VGB) Act -- 5 most common entrapments video

VGB Act--3/27/15 memo regarding pool main drain cover replacement