FOOD LAW (EXCERPT)
Act 92 of 2000
289.6137 Special transitory food unit license; procedures; qualifications; noncompliance.
(1) To qualify for a special transitory food unit license, an applicant shall allow a review and receive approval of plans and specifications as specified in chapter VI. This review and approval must include the menu and standard operating procedures for the unit.
(2) A special transitory food unit license holder shall do all of the following:
(a) Keep a copy of the approved standard operating procedures in the unit and available for review upon evaluation by the director.
(b) Operate in compliance with standard operation procedures approved by the director.
(c) Before serving food within the jurisdiction of a local health department, notify the local health department in writing of each location in the jurisdiction at which food will be served and the dates and hours of service. The license holder shall mail the notice by first-class mail or deliver the notice not less than 4 business days before any food is served or prepared for serving within the jurisdiction of the local health department.
(d) While in operation, request and receive 2 evaluations per licensing year spaced generally over the span of the operating season. A local health department and the department shall charge a fee of $90.00 for such an evaluation.
(e) Send a copy of all evaluation reports to the regulatory authority that approved the license within 30 days after receipt.
(3) If a license holder fails to comply with any of the requirements of this section or the food code, the food establishment is ineligible for licensure as a special transitory temporary food establishment for the following licensing year and must apply for temporary or other type of food establishment licenses.
History: 2000, Act 92, Eff. Nov. 8, 2000
Am. 2007, Act 114, Eff. Apr. 1, 2008
Compiler's Notes: Sec. 1117 of Act 92 of 2000 provides:“Sec. 1117. (1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), this act takes effect 6 months after the date of enactment.“(2) Until 6 months after the effective date of this act, compliance with the standards of the design, construction, and equipment of a food service establishment approved under former sections 12901, 12902, 12903, 12904, 12905a, 12906, 12907, 12908, 12910, 12911, 12912, 12913, 12916, and 12921 of the public health code, MCL 333.12901, 333.12902, 333.12903, 333.12904, 333.12905a, 333.12906, 333.12907, 333.12908, 333.12910, 333.12911, 333.12912, 333.12913, 333.12916, and 333.12921, is considered compliance with this act.“(3) Beginning 6 months after the effective date of this act, a food service establishment shall comply with the standards of design, construction, and equipment established under this act.”
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