If your business is not a food service business, you might not be concerned about the
relationship between the local health inspector, you and your door hardware. However. . .
If your company has an employee cafeteria, snack bar or restaurant, you'll come under the
same scrutiny from the health inspector that a restaurant, food store, delicatessen or
meat market would.
Food preparation or food service area doors are required
to have door closers and positive latching
mechanisms on them.
Rest room doors are
required to have closers and ADA code approved
Commercial lever sets or push/pull hardware.
And, the health inspector may even examine your main (customer)
entrances to make sure that the doors close within a designated time (generally five to
Like the fire marshal and building inspector, the health inspector has a code mandated
interest in the doors and door hardware of your business.
Our interest is your security and helping you stay in compliance.