(a)   Inspection required. The shall inspect each :
      (1)   Before issuing a license for a new establishment;
      (2)   As part of a construction or remodeling plan review;
      (3)   As part of a complaint investigation; or
      (4)   At least once a year for a routine inspection.
   (b)   Construction inspections. The shall be constructed in conformance with the approved plans. The Building and Inspection Division shall not issue a building permit for a or remodeling or alteration permit for such establishment until such plans have the approval of the and the plan review fee from § 14.03 has been received. The shall inspect the as frequently as necessary during the construction to ensure that the construction occurs in conformance with this Division. The shall conduct a final construction inspection prior to the start of operations and issuance of a license.
   (c)   Access to premises and records. The of the shall, upon request of the , or City Police Department and after proper identification, permit access to all parts of the establishment at any reasonable time, for the purpose of inspection. The shall allow review of any records necessary for the to ascertain compliance to this ordinance.
   (d)   Interference with the . No shall interfere with or hinder the in the performance of its duties, or refuse to permit the to make such inspections.
   (e)   Removal and correction of violations. (s) or (s) shall correct or remove each violation upon receipt of an inspection report giving notification of one or more violations of this Division T in a reasonable length of time as determined by the . The length of time for the correction or removal of each such violation shall be noted on the inspection report. Failure to remove or correct each violation within the time period noted on the inspection report shall constitute a separate violation of this Division T. The may issue orders to halt construction or remodeling, or to take corrective measures to ensure compliance with this Division T.
   (f)   Grounds for emergency closure.
      (1)   Single violations. If any of the following conditions exist, the (s) or (s) may be ordered to discontinue all operations of the . shall only reopen with permission from the .
         (A)   Failure to possess a license or registration required by this Division T;
         (B)   Evidence of a sewage backup in an area of the establishment where activities are conducted;
         (C)   Lack of potable, plumbed, hot or cold water to the extent that hand washing, or toilet facilities are not operational;
         (D)   Lack of electricity or gas service to the extent that hand washing, lighting or toilet facilities are not operational;
         (E)   Significant damage to the due to tornado, fire, flood or other disasters;
         (F)   Evidence of an infestation of rodents or other vermin;
         (G)   Evidence of contamination, filthy conditions, untrained staff or poor personal hygiene;
         (H)   Any time a public health nuisance exists;
         (I)   Using instruments or that are not sterile;
         (J)   Failure to maintain required records;
         (K)   Failure to use gloves as required;
         (L)   Failure to properly dispose of , blood or body fluids, or blood or body fluid contaminated items;
         (M)   Failure to report complaints of potential bloodborne pathogen transmission to the ;
         (N)   Evidence of violations to § 14.376(d) of this Division T; or
         (O)   Evidence of a positive spore test on the sterilizer or an inoperable sterilizer.
(Ord. 87-31, passed 4-27-1987; Ord. 92-36, passed 7-27-1992; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; amended by Ord. 2008-15, passed 5-5-2008; Ord. 2009-19, passed 7-6-2009; Ord. 2010-31, passed 12-6-2010; Ord. 2014-18, passed 12-1-2014)