North Carolina Non-Public School Sanitation Inspection Preparation Checklist

The following is a listing of items (prepared by the North Carolina Department of Environment & Natural Resources) which a local health department representative will typically inspect in a non-public school facility in North Carolina. Other items may be added by local government.

  1. WATER SUPPLY:  Approved water supply properly located, constructed and operated, adequate for all requirements 130*; well house clean, no storage 15*; no cross connections 30* (.2405)
  2. SANITARY SEWAGE DISPOSAL:   Sewage collected, treated and disposed of by an approved method 150*; system properly operated and maintained 55* (.2407)
  3. DRINKING FOUNTAINS:   Clean and in good repair 40#; adequate pressure, properly regulated 40# (.2406)
  4. TOILET FACILITIES:   Walls and ceilings clean, nonabsorbent, washable, and in good repair 30#; fixtures clean and in good repair 40#; floors impervious, kept clean 30# (.2408)
  5. LAVATORY FACILITIES:   Fixtures clean and in good repair 30#; soap and individual towels or approved hand-drying devices provided 40# (.2409)
  6. FLOORS, WALLS AND CEILINGS:   Floors, walls and ceilings clean and in good repair 30# (.2410)
  7. STORAGE SPACES:   Clean 20#; storage off floor 20# (.2411)
  8. LIGHTING AND VENTILATION:   Fixtures, grills, vents, blinds, drapes, etc., clean and in good repair 40# (.2412)
  9. DRESSING ROOMS AND SHOWERS:   Floors, walls and ceilings clean, in good repair, washable, non-absorbent 30#; fixtures clean, in good repair 40#; facilities for storage of clothes provided, kept clean 20#; soap and towel 10* (.2413)
  10. SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL:   Impervious, cleanable containers with lids, approved type 20*; clean and in good repair 20#; empties as needed, properly disposed of 40# (.2414)
  11. PREMISES, MISCELLANEOUS:   Premises neat, clean 30#; no vector breeding or harborage 20#; pesticides and other toxic materials properly handled and stored 30* (.2415)