logging in or signing up THE CODE OF SANITATION OF THE PHILIPPINES ebab Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 3363 Category: Others/ Misc License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 26, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript THE CODE OF SANITATION OF THE pHILIPPINES presidential decree no. 856 : THE CODE OF SANITATION OF THE pHILIPPINES presidential decree no. 856 By : Diwa, Johara Esteva, Babbie Jhon C. Biostatistics BSMT 4DPowerPoint Presentation: December 23, 1956 -Ferdinand E. Marcos, President of the Philippines, virtue of the powers vested me by the Constitution, hereby order and decree the following Code on SanitationChapter 1-General Provision: Chapter 1-General Provision Section 1. Title Section 2. Definition of Terms Section 3. Function of the Department of Health Section 4. Authority of the Secretary Section 5. Authority of the Bureau Directors Section 6. Authority of the Regional Section 7. Authority of the Health Officers Section 8. Miscellaneous ProvisionsChapter 2- Water Supply: Chapter 2- Water Supply Sectio 9. Prescribed Standard and Procedures Sectio 10. Jurisdiction of the Department Section 11. Types of Water Examination Required Section 12. Examining Laboratory and Submission of Water Samples Section 13. Other Protective MeasuresChapter 3- Food Establishments: Chapter 3- Food Establishments Section 14. Sanitary Permit Section 15. Health Certificate Section 16. Quality and Protection of Food Section 17. Structural Requirements Section 18. Use of Food- Service Spaces Section 19. Food Hanlders Section 20. Vermin ControlChapter 3- Food Establishments: Chapter 3- Food Establishments Section 21. Toilet and Washing Facilities Section 22. Disposal of Refuse Section 23. Equipment and Utensils Section 24. Washing of Utensils Section 25. Bacterial Treatment Section 26. Handling of Washed Utensils Section 27. Storage of Washed UtensilsChapter 3- Food Establishment: Chapter 3- Food Establishment Section 28. Dry Storageof Non- Perishable Foods Section 29. Refrigerated storage of Perishable Foods Section 30. Food Operations Section 31. Evaluation of Food Establishment Section 32. Special Provisions Section 33. Responsibility of the Local Health AuthorityChapter 4- Markets and Abbatoirs: Chapter 4- Markets and Abbatoirs Section 34. Prescribed Standards of Construction Section 35. Responsibility of the Local Health Authority Section 36. Responsibility of the Local Goverment and Private OperationChapter 5- Public Laundry: Chapter 5- Public Laundry Section 37. Sanitary Permit Section 38. General Requirements Section 39. Special RequirementsChapter 6- School Sanitation and Health Services: Chapter 6- School Sanitation and Health Services Section 40. Definition of term Section 41. The Physical Environment Section 42. The emotional Environment Section 43. Health Services Section 44. Requirements for Special SchoolsChapter 7- Industrial Hygiene: Chapter 7- Industrial Hygiene Section 45. Sanitary Requirements for Operating an Industrial Establishments Section 46. Responsibility of the Secretary Section 47. Responsibility of the Employer and Employees Section 48. Environmental Provisions Section 49. Personal Protective Equipment Section 50. Health ServicesChapter 8- Public Swimming or Bathing Places: Chapter 8- Public Swimming or Bathing Places Section 51. Sanitary Permit Section 52. Protection of CustomersChapter 9- Rest Areas, Bus Terminals, Bus Stops and Service Stations: Chapter 9- Rest Areas, Bus Terminals, Bus Stops and Service Stations Section 54. Rest areas and station areas with one or more permanents sheds, buildings and service facilities for motor vehicles shall provided with sanitary facilitiesChapter 10- Camps and Picnic Grounds: Chapter 10- Camps and Picnic Grounds Section 55. No camps and picnic ground without a Sanitary Permit issued by the authorityChapter 11- Dancing Schools, Dance Halls and Night Clubs: Chapter 11- Dancing Schools, Dance Halls and Night Clubs Section 56. General Provisions Section 57. Special ProvisionChapter 12- Tonsorial and Beauty Establishments: Chapter 12- Tonsorial and Beauty Establishments Section 58. Definition of TermsChapter 13- Massage Clinics and Sauna Bath Establishments: Chapter 13- Massage Clinics and Sauna Bath Establishments Section 59. Definition of terms Section 60. Sanitary Permit Section 61. Sanitary Requirements Section 62. PersonnelChapter 14- Hotels, Motels and Apartments, Lodging, Boardings, or Tenements Houses and Condominiums: Chapter 14- Hotels, Motels and Apartments, Lodging, Boardings, or Tenements Houses and Condominiums Section 63. Definition of Terms Section 64. General Provisions Section 65. Special ProvisionsChapter 15- Port, Airport, Vessels and Aircraft Sanitation: Chapter 15- Port, Airport, Vessels and Aircraft Sanitation Section 66. Port and Airport Sanitation Section 67. Vessel Sanitation Section 68. Aircraft SanitationsChapter 16- Vermin Control: Chapter 16- Vermin Control Section 69. Definition of terms Section 70. General RequirementsChapter 17- Sewage Collection and Disposal and Drainage: Chapter 17- Sewage Collection and Disposal and Drainage Section 71. Definition of terms Section 72. Scope of Supervision of the Department Section 73. Operation of Sewage Treatment Works Section 74. Requirements in the Operation of Sewade Treatment Plants Section 75. Septic tanksChapter 17- Sewage Collection and Disposal and Drainage: Chapter 17- Sewage Collection and Disposal and Drainage Section 76. Disposal of Septic Tank Effluent Section 77. Determination of Septic Tank Capacity Section 78. Sanitary Privies Sectio 79. Drainage Section 80. Special Precaution for Radioactive Excreta and Urine of Hospitalized Patient You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.