School grounds shall be constructed and maintained in conformance with Utah Department of Health requirements and applicable building codes.
Every school building shall be located on grounds that are well-drained and maintained in a sanitary condition and in accordance with Utah Department of Health requirements. All buildings shall be provided with appropriate sanitary facilities and controls, a heating system, lighting facilities, ventilation systems, and health and safety facilities, all of which shall conform with Utah Department of Health requirements.
Carbon monoxide detectors—
Each school building shall be equipped with carbon monoxide detectors as required by state statute.
Food service facilities and equipment—
All school lunchrooms, dining areas, and food preparation areas shall be maintained in accordance with Utah Department of Health requirements and local health department regulations. Any food provided by the school shall be obtained, transported, and served from approved sources according to Utah Department of Health regulations.
All school buildings and appurtenances to buildings shall be maintained in a sanitary manner, and all full-time building custodians and janitors shall be trained to perform their duties.
The District is required to minimize in school buildings and on school grounds the presence of pests that may carry disease, may carry allergens likely to affect individuals with allergies or respiratory problems, or may sting or bite causing mild to serious reactions. The District shall establish integrated pest management practices and principles to prevent unacceptable levels of pest activities in school buildings and school grounds with the least possible hazard to people, property, and the environment. The District shall establish a written integrated pest management plan meeting the requirements of Utah Department of Health regulations. (This may be provided by a pest management contractor.)